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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / German and Benelux (Belgium / The Netherlands / Luxembourg) Cooking / really would like a recipe for north german Pinkelwurst.
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    really would like a recipe for north german Pinkelwurst.

    Chef #272678
    Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:59 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I lived in northern Germany for several years during the late 50's. One of the many happy memories that i have is of the winter "gruenkohl und pinkel" dishs that was served in every little Dorf near Oldenburg. Pinkel is a german sausage made of pork, oat or barley groats, beef suet, onion and it is lightly smoked. I am trying to find a recipe for pinkelwurst. Not how to cook it but how to make it.
    Ich mochte ein bissian helfe bitte.

    (sorry about the mispelled German but I can't spell in english very well either.)
    1Steve
    Tue Dec 13, 2005 12:32 am
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    Tue Dec 13, 2005 1:04 am
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    Chef #272678 wrote:
    I lived in northern Germany for several years during the late 50's. One of the many happy memories that i have is of the winter "gruenkohl und pinkel" dishs that was served in every little Dorf near Oldenburg. Pinkel is a german sausage made of pork, oat or barley groats, beef suet, onion and it is lightly smoked. I am trying to find a recipe for pinkelwurst. Not how to cook it but how to make it.
    Ich mochte ein bissian helfe bitte.

    (sorry about the mispelled German but I can't spell in english very well either.)

    II know that dish! and I do have the recipe for the gruenkohl dish you remember posted here on Zaar, if you can get your hand on the right wurst, you will be all set icon_smile.gif The original recipe actually specifically called for Pinkelwurst, but I suggested bratwurst because I knew most ppl would not be able to get Pinkelwurst outside of Germant very easily. I am sorry..I don't have a recipe for the sausage itself handy, but I will dig through my German cookbooks and see if I can find one to translate for you


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    Thorsten
    Tue Dec 13, 2005 8:18 am
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    "Pinkel" or "Pinkelwurst" is a regional name (in the region ofLower Saxonie, especially in the regions of the cities Oldenburg, Hannover and Bremen) for a typical Mettwurst. The seasoning will differ, but here is a recipe I found on Zaar:

    Homemade Mettwurst by Missy Wombat
    Chef #272678
    Wed Dec 14, 2005 8:59 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thanks people..I received several suggestions about the "Pinkelwurst" that I have been trying to make but no recipe yet...I have, however, found a source in Texas near my home in houston...HEB stores have just started selling Schaller Und Weber products which include most of the popular German "Wursts" including Pinkelwurst. Now if I could just find some smoked eel or smoked goose breast....
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