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    Question:Crock- Pot- Egg- Casserole

    Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:17 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Crock Pot Egg Casserole

    Can I substitute a lb of ground regular sausage and a lb of hot sausage for the ham? I really don't know much about cooking, I'm just learning at 68.

    Thank you,
    Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:37 am
    Forum Host
    Hi Tim,
    Yes, you could substitute sausage for the ham. However ham is a lean meat, where as sausage isn't. I would brown the sausage with the onions and peppers so that some of the fat cooks out of the sausage. I'm afraid if you don't pre cook the sausage for a bit, you could end up with a very greasy casserole. icon_eek.gif

    The recipe calls for a half pound of ham, unless you are making 4 times the recipe, 2 pounds (1 lb regular, and 1 lb hot) sausage would be way too much sausage for the recipe. 1/4 lb regular sausage + 1/4 lb hot sausage would be equal to 1/2 lb ham.

    If you really want to increase the amount of meat in the casserole, I would not use more than 3/4 lb (total) of sausage.
    Sat Jan 12, 2013 12:42 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Thanks that's just what I needed to know. icon_smile.gif
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    Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:11 am Groupie
    timoo7 wrote:
    I'm just learning at 68.

    Thank you,

    Very impressive! Good luck.

    I have been cooking since I was a young girl and I still have questions. I have learned a lot since becoming a member here.

    We have a wonderful community here, that is more than willing to help! Don't stop asking & learning!
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