Spicy Luncheon Roll

I like to keep this on hand for lunches, it freezes well, great for picnics in the summer, also good for buffets. Can be served hot as a meat loaf but we like it best cold. from Canadian Diabetes Association

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1hr 40mins
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  • Combine ground beef and pork in a mixing bowl.
  • Cook bacon lightly with garlic.
  • Blot fat from bacon and garlic with a paper towel, add to meat mixture, stir in bread crumbs.
  • Crush and dissolve bouillon cubes in boiling water, add to meat mixture.
  • Stir in egg, salt, nutmeg, pepper and hot pepper sauce, mix thouroughly.
  • Form into a firm 8 x 2 1/2 inch sausage roll.
  • Wrap roll in cheesecloth or all purpose cloth.
  • Tie ends securely.
  • Place on a rack in large saucepan or Dutch oven.
  • Add hot water just to cover, add bay leaf, cover and bring to a boil, simmer 1 1/2 hours.
  • Lift roll from water and allow to drain.
  • Remove cloth.
  • Serve hot as a meat loaf or chill and serve as deli luncheon meat.
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  1. Cindy Lynn
    Rather than steaming this with the bay leaf, I grilled "burgers" from the mixture. It's been a major hit with all but my one daughter who absolutely refuses to eat anything made from pork. Ummm, I forgot to mention, I substituted deer burger for the hamburger (a common practice in my house). Thanks for the recipe Dorothy.
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  2. Derf2440
    I like to keep this on hand for lunches, it freezes well, great for picnics in the summer, also good for buffets. Can be served hot as a meat loaf but we like it best cold. from Canadian Diabetes Association
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