PENNSYLVANIA SCRAPPLE

PENNSYLVANIA SCRAPPLE
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Ingredients

INGREDIENTS FOR 10 LBS.
5 #. pork meat (ears, snouts, jowls, etc.)
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5 # beef cheeks or hearts
6 c. stock from cooked meat
2 # white corn meal
1 t. onion chips
2 t salt
1 t. ground white pepper
1 tsp. ground celery seeds
1 t. sage
1 tsp. ground marjoram
2 tsp. instacure no. 1

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Peggi Anne Tebben Recipe
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Allendale, MO (pop. 53)
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Peggi Anne's notes for this recipe:
I helped make head cheese about 25 years ago.
I had a person ask me for a recipe here recently. While I didn't have the exact recipe we used, I am posting a head cheese recipe, a Souse recipe & Pennsylvania Scrapple recipe from Great Sausage Recipes. These are real good recipes close to what we used.
I remember we used the cornmeal & gelatin & sage. The best I've ever tasted.We also used the whole hogs head & boiled it down.

Scrapple is a very popoular sausage in the NE USA and served for breakfast like corned beef hash, bacon or sausage. A very
good scrapple is made from the by products of beef, pork or both.

Hope these recipes help you Eddie!
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Directions

1
All meat is placed in a container with the salt and instacure No. 1.
2
Meat is cooked slowly until tender; do not boil.
3
Meat is removed, allowed to cool and ground through a
3/8" grinder plate.
4
The meat stock then is brought up to boiling, add all the ingredients except the corn meal.
5
After all ingredients are mixed, add the corn meal slowly stirring to avoid lumps.
6
Mix well and add meat.
7
Scrapple may be stuffed into any size fibrous casings or simply formed in a meat loaf pan.
8
Allow to cool for 24 hours before using.
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user Shawn A Reed reed20011 - Apr 11, 2011
Yep sounds like scrapple, I never heard of this until I moved to PA. Ill have to give this a whirl :)
user Peggi Anne Tebben cookiequeen - Apr 11, 2011
Do, & let me know how you like it. We made what was called the head cheese in Arkansas, but we used the cornmeal, sage & gelatin. Whatever it was, it was great. the woman I helped called it head cheese though!
user Margaret Kalka PastaPeggy - Apr 11, 2011
I would rather STARVE!!!!!!!
user Peggi Anne Tebben cookiequeen - Apr 11, 2011
What???

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