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Roasted Pig's Stomach Aka Dutch Goose

Okay, I know it sounds gross...but, trust me, it only sounds that way!! This traditional Mennonite recipe comes from the Mennonite Community Cookbook that was given to me as a gift. Amounts can vary, since the stomach should be tightly stuffed. I usually use 1 lb bulk sausage and 1 lb. turkey sausage. Sometimes to make this very simple, I buy the hash brown shredded potatoes with onion and peppers. I have never used cabbage, but am sure it's good with that in it too. One of my favorite ways to eat sausage; great with a side salad or fresh green beans. TIP: Since pig stomach is not sold everywhere, you may need to pre-order your pig stomach with your butcher.

Ready In:
3hrs 15mins
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directions

  • Make a filling of sausage(s), diced potatoes, chopped onion, pepper and cabbage.
  • Add seasonings and mix well.
  • Wash stomach well. Drain and fill stomach with stuffing.
  • Close opening of stomach securely by "sewing" together using toothpicks.
  • Place stuffed stomach in a roasting pan with enough water in pan to cover bottom and bake at 350F for approximately 3 hours - stomach should be brown (like a done turkey!).
  • Slice and serve.
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"Okay, I know it sounds gross...but, trust me, it only sounds that way!! This traditional Mennonite recipe comes from the Mennonite Community Cookbook that was given to me as a gift. Amounts can vary, since the stomach should be tightly stuffed. I usually use 1 lb bulk sausage and 1 lb. turkey sausage. Sometimes to make this very simple, I buy the hash brown shredded potatoes with onion and peppers. I have never used cabbage, but am sure it's good with that in it too. One of my favorite ways to eat sausage; great with a side salad or fresh green beans. TIP: Since pig stomach is not sold everywhere, you may need to pre-order your pig stomach with your butcher."
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  1. SReiff
    Okay, I know it sounds gross...but, trust me, it only sounds that way!! This traditional Mennonite recipe comes from the Mennonite Community Cookbook that was given to me as a gift. Amounts can vary, since the stomach should be tightly stuffed. I usually use 1 lb bulk sausage and 1 lb. turkey sausage. Sometimes to make this very simple, I buy the hash brown shredded potatoes with onion and peppers. I have never used cabbage, but am sure it's good with that in it too. One of my favorite ways to eat sausage; great with a side salad or fresh green beans. TIP: Since pig stomach is not sold everywhere, you may need to pre-order your pig stomach with your butcher.
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