7 Reviews

No where near enough seasoning for 9 pounds of pork!

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VLizzle March 17, 2013

WOW ! One person DOUBLED the seasoning & one thinks that NINE TEASPOONS OF SALT IS GOOD FOR ONLY 2 POUNDS OF MEAT ? If you read the recipe you will see that there is about 1 teaspoon of salt per pound of meat. I know butcher shops that use half that much.

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Captain_67 March 15, 2010

not even close.........your seasonine is for about 2lbs of meat not 9.......

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j_hop_99_07 February 22, 2008

This is very good! I used lean beef as we have to watch the fat content, and doubled the seasonings. I think it would have been too bland just as written, but that might be personal preference.

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Elisa72 February 15, 2008

99.9% there!!

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Marty M January 21, 2007

I just ran across this recipe again and can't believe I didn't run right to the computer to rate it...This recipe is one that I will put at the top of one of my favorites. We had just bought pork from a locker plant and this is a nice way to use up the ground pork...THANKS FOR SHARING!!

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mammafishy January 02, 2006

I made this 3 weeks ago and just ate some last night. Exactly, what I was looking for when I asked for recipes for sausage. 3 things I did different. First I prepared the meat in batches. I don't have a large enough bowl to mix 9 lbs of meat at once. I added 1/4 tsp of ginger to each 2 lb batch. I also add 3 TBS of ice water just before mixing. It really helps to combine the ingredients easily.

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John Sauerbeck December 04, 2004
Homemade Breakfast Sausage