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    Philadelphia Scrapple

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    1 hrs 30 mins

    30 mins

    1 hrs

    Alan Leonetti's Note:

    I was raised on this in Philadelphia and I combined several recipes in developing this ORIGINAL and AUTHENTIC RECIPE!

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    Directions:

    1. 1
      In a large pot, barely cover pork with water (not too much water) and cook on high until pork turns a grey color and is tender.
    2. 2
      Strain all the water out real well and set pork aside.
    3. 3
      Bring 1/2 of the stock (discarding other 1/2 of stock) to a boil and slowly add cornmeal, stirring to avoid lumps.
    4. 4
      Return meat to the cornmeal mixture and mix thoroughly.
    5. 5
      Continue to stir over medium heat for additional 30 minutes.
    6. 6
      Add all of the seasonings and again mix thoroughly.
    7. 7
      Pour into either loaf pans or loaf baking dishes and immediately chill in refrigerator.
    8. 8
      To serve, slice in 1/2 inch thick slices and fry in a skillet, being careful not to burn the scrapple.
    9. 9
      You may or may not wish to serve with ketchup on top of the individual slices.
    10. 10
      Scrapple is an excellent addition at your breakfast with eggs and fried potatoes.

    Ratings & Reviews:

    • on July 10, 2010

      45

      My family is in the southwest so we have Habberset scrapple shipped to us. I wanted to try making this myself because it is only available for part of the year. I had a recipe but it only called for sage and pepper so I was very happy to find this recipe with all the spices. I used what I had: country style pork ribs bought on sale and pork neck bones (bought for red beans and rice which I never made). My other recipe called for chicken livers so I did buy that. I didn't have marjoram so I skipped it. I didn't have onion powder but I stuck four cloves in a whole onion and threw it in while the meat cooked along with a dried chile pod which the other recipe called for. I didn't have a meat grinder or food processor so I diced it up by hand, which was a bit tedious but I was glad I did because that made sure I didn't have any grisle or fat in the meat. I ended up with more meat than 2lbs ground so I upped the corn meal to 2 and 1/2 cups. And boy you sure do have to stir to make sure it doesn't burn. I used the glad lunchmeat containers as molds and the loaves set up beautifully. I thought the flavor was right on. My husband liked it alot, so much so that he wants to buy me a grinder. I said "not necessary, no thanks, I won't be making this often enough to warrant the purchase." It wasn't hard, just time consuming. He did ask for more pepper. When I increased the corn meal I should have increased the spices but was hesitant, being my first time trying the recipe.

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    • on August 30, 2012

      35

      My DH's family makes scrapple and my husband loves it. I thought I would surprise him by making some for him. I never had scrapple growing up and its a taste I have not been able to cultivate (heh, I don't like grits either), so I don't know what his mother's tastes like, nor what this tastes like. On a scale of one to five, he gave it a three. One reason he gave it a neutral score is the nutmeg. He thinks there was too much.

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    • on March 05, 2007

      55

      This was very good indeed. I made eough to share with friends who'd never tasted scrapple, and they loved it. I took some liberties with the cooking technique though. I covered the pork with water and then added all the seasonings. I let it simmer until the pork was tender then I used a sifter and gradually instroducted the cornmeal stirring all the while. It worked great, and the loaves set up beautifully. Next time I will add more seasonings because I like intense flavors, I may add a pinch of thyme too.

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    Nutritional Facts for Philadelphia Scrapple

    Serving Size: 1 (197 g)

    Servings Per Recipe: 4

    Amount Per Serving
    % Daily Value
    Calories 830.9
     
    Calories from Fat 456
    54%
    Total Fat 50.7 g
    78%
    Saturated Fat 18.4 g
    92%
    Cholesterol 163.5 mg
    54%
    Sodium 1893.7 mg
    78%
    Total Carbohydrate 49.2 g
    16%
    Dietary Fiber 5.3 g
    21%
    Sugars 0.6 g
    2%
    Protein 43.6 g
    87%

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