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this is not real scrapple. Real scrapple has every part of the pig except the oink and this has sausage. Scrapple needs the iron like taste of the pig's offal. It is however a good substitute for scrapple if you live outside of the Philadelphia/Lancaster area. What does your father from Conshohocken think?

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mandabears September 02, 2014

This sounds like a recipe my Mother used many, many years ago except she used black pepper instead of red pepper flakes. I just couldn't remember the quantities. I will give this a try. Thanks!!

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jodimom46_5958791 September 24, 2013

Love Scrapple. I made this for the first time the other day. Added chopped onion, minced garlic and salt to mine. So good and super easy. This can also be frozen. Make sure to slice the Scrapple first, separate the slices with wax paper wrap and freeze. No need to defrost just fry it up in the skillet

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911spatcher March 15, 2011

Great, easy and the family loved it. we'll be making this again.

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Chef JENNY B #1540026 February 19, 2010

I really enjoyed this. it was good made into sandwiches. I will make this again.

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mightyro_cooking4u March 13, 2009

Never had scrapple before, or, in fact, even heard of it till I ran across this recipe. Gave it a shot. Thought the red pepper flake would be over the top, but it wasn't. Very tastey form of hash. The fam loved it even the kids. Thanks.

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BothFex February 09, 2004

This scrapple was very easy to make and the good taste brought back memories of my childhood in PA.

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saleemah sabreen August 04, 2003
Easy Scrapple