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    Schinken wurst

    elmolu09
    Tue Jul 14, 2009 12:02 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    My grandson showed me sliced schinken wurst at Rewe Markt in Bonn. He had tasted iit at school and he and his 2 year old sister love it. They had been devouring lots of it for several weeks when my daughter saw that there was a direction in fine print that said it should be heated in the oven for 5 (or 10?) minutes. She thinks it may be dangerous to eat it uncooked because of the pork content. Does anyone know?
    The children hate it cooked and also now refuse to eat regular ham. My grandson has lots of food allergies so we are happy when we find something he loves. If it is only edible cooked I would like some suggestions as to how to cook it without changing it too much.
    Joan
    Molly53
    Tue Jul 14, 2009 1:56 pm
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    elmolu09 wrote:
    My grandson showed me sliced schinken wurst at Rewe Markt in Bonn. He had tasted iit at school and he and his 2 year old sister love it. They had been devouring lots of it for several weeks when my daughter saw that there was a direction in fine print that said it should be heated in the oven for 5 (or 10?) minutes. She thinks it may be dangerous to eat it uncooked because of the pork content. Does anyone know?
    The children hate it cooked and also now refuse to eat regular ham. My grandson has lots of food allergies so we are happy when we find something he loves. If it is only edible cooked I would like some suggestions as to how to cook it without changing it too much.
    Joan
    Hi and welcome to the forums, chef. Nice to meet you! icon_smile.gif

    Please click on FAQ's and Additional Information, a thread full of clickable links and explanations that you'll find invaluable as you start to move around the site.

    I'd like to invite you to post this question over in the Request a Recipe forum or in the German/Benelux forum. Click on the COMMUNITY tab at the top of the page to get to them and the rest of the more than 50 forums available for your enjoyment. You'll have a much better chance of getting a timely answer there. There's also a Special Diets forum for help with food allergies.

    If I were in your shoes and wanted to ensure the safety of the sausage, I believe I might cook it as directed and chill it in the refrigerator so the grandkids didn't realize it was cooked.
    Dreamer in Ontario
    Tue Jul 14, 2009 10:17 pm
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    I've never heard of cooking Schinkenwurst. In the German deli's where I live it's a cold cut (just like balogna)
    acerast
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:26 am
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    Dreamer in Ontario wrote:
    I've never heard of cooking Schinkenwurst. In the German deli's where I live it's a cold cut (just like balogna)


    I think Dreamer is correct based on this info from a link to the German Deli:
    http://www.germandeli.com/stsc2lbshsa.html

    Also, I just came from visiting Germany and Belgium. My sister lives there and tells me that all German pork products are tested for diseases and can be consumed raw or cooked without fear. She told me this after I noticed a type of pork tartare dish on a menu and also as we cooked brats - she likes them slightly undercooked to maintain juiciness.
    sugar maple
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:01 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    Well I wouldn't go as far as to say that you can safely eat ALL pork products in Germany raw, but the smoked and cured ones are meant to be eaten as cold cuts. The raw ground pork known as Mett or Hackepeter is a special case and must be eaten on the day it's produced to avoid contamination. Other raw pork should be thoroughly cooked.
    Tea Girl
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 11:14 am
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    I am pretty sure that it is safe raw, at least if we are talking about the same thing. As acerast said, raw pork products are very strictly regulated here. I eat Mett, raw pork with pepper and salt, pretty often and never had an issue from it. Nothing sold in the cold cut counter needs to be cooked at the supermarket I go to anyway. I have asked sometimes because I am not always sure what to do with some things. icon_smile.gif

    I have seen two things called Schinkenwurst. One looks a bit like salami and the other a bit like bologna with stuff in it. When I have been served either of them, they were always cold so I assume, not cooked. I know some things you can eat warm or cold, like Fleischwurst. My husband cooks it when he wants it, but I don't like it that way and you do get it as a cold cut raw at some places, and it is pretty normal at a Metzgerei to give children cold pieces of Fleischwurst.
    gemini08
    Wed Jul 15, 2009 5:20 pm
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    Schinkenwurst is not raw. It is a combination of Bologna with chunks of cooked ham and is totally safe to eat. In Germany and Austria it is used as cold cuts in a sandwich with dill pickles. I have NEVER heard of heating Schinkenwurst.
    sugar maple
    Thu Jul 16, 2009 3:06 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    I'd really like to know what it said on the package, because I've never heard of heating Schinkenwurst either. Maybe it was some sort of recipe suggestion?
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