Homemade Italian Sausage
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Homemade Italian Sausage
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:59:44 AM. Recipe ID 22739. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Homemade italian sausage
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      Yield: 4 Servings
 
      5 lb Pork shoulder
      1 c  Cold water
      2 tb Salt
      1 tb Ground black pepper
      2 tb Fennel seeds
    1/2 c  Grated pecorino romano
           Cheese
    1/2 c  Chopped parsley
    1/2 lb Hog sausage casing
 
  Trim the meat of all gristle but remember to not trim too much fat as
  the mixture should be approximately 80 percent lean to 20 percent
  fat. Cut the meat into chunks and pass through a meat grinder using
  the largest die. Pass the meat through again, this time using the
  medium die. Pass the sausage meat through one more time on this
  medium die.
  
  In a large bowl mix the ground meat with the water, salt, pepper,
  fennel seed, cheese and parsley.
  
  Wash the casing well under cold running water and allow water to run
  through the casing so that any holes may be detected. Fit the grinder
  with the sausage stuffing attachment and place the casing over the
  stuffing tube by feeding it on and bunching it up on the tube..
  
  Place the meat in the hopper on top and begin to push the sausage
  meat down into the hopper so that it begins to feed into the casing.
  As the meat feeds into the casing, allow the casing to slide into
  your open hand. Catch the stuffed sausage as it comes out of the
  machine. Go at a slow and steady pace so that the sausage is fully,
  evenly, stuffed and without air pockets. To make individual links,
  twist the sausage every few inches as it is stuffed and let the
  finished ring of sausage lay on the work space as you finish the
  process. Continue until the meat is finished. Keep refrigerated and
  use with in one week or freeze for later use.
  
  Yield: approximately 5 pounds finished sausage
  




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Recipe ID 22739 (Apr 03, 2005)

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