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What can I do with sausage meat?

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mirai Sat 13-Apr-13 12:43:19

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Gales Sat 13-Apr-13 12:47:50

My kids make pastry pigs with sausage meat in the middle - It was from some Usboure kids cooking book. They're surprisingly good!

Two discs, with a small disc for a snout (using a bottle lid) and half a small disc for each ear.

mirai Sat 13-Apr-13 12:56:56

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Gales Sat 13-Apr-13 12:58:29

Well, I think of them as pig shaped sausage rolls, but yes grin

SavoyCabbage Sat 13-Apr-13 12:59:10

I'd make scotch eggs.

lisad123everybodydancenow Sat 13-Apr-13 12:59:16

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InMySpareTime Sat 13-Apr-13 13:01:55

Bake a pound of sausage meat in foil, then carve a tunnel lengthways along an unsliced loaf of bread using a bread knife. Line with caramelised onions and stuff the sausage meat into the loaf (try not to giggle, it's quite suggestivewink)
Warm the loaf in the oven and slice at the table, served with salsa and salad. The sliced loaf has integrated "hot dog", it's a reasonably simple yet impressive dinner.

MousyMouse Sat 13-Apr-13 13:10:41

spag bol?
meatloaf (wrapped in streaky bakon is delish)

mirai Sat 13-Apr-13 13:13:42

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jennimoo Sat 13-Apr-13 19:49:41

We like variations on something I saw on TV ages ago that's a creamy pasta sauce. It said to crumble raw sausage meat in a pan and fry it, add splash of white wine then cream. I don't bother with the wine and use Philadelphia usually instead of cream. If I have some mushrooms or leek or something in often add them too at the frying stage.

mirai Sun 14-Apr-13 05:57:12

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Iteotwawki Sun 14-Apr-13 06:21:22

Mix it with an egg, a chopped onion, a cup of stuffing mix and a bit of water. Bake in loaf tin - sausagestuffing meatloaf. It's yummy and slices up well cold for lunch boxes.

dizzy77 Sun 14-Apr-13 06:38:34

It does make a great meatloaf if combined w beef or lamb mince: lots of savoury flavour. I also do the pasta thing: fry bits off, deglaze the pan with whatever I can find (sometimes calvados, sometimes while or red wine vinegar) and serve stirred through pasta & broccoli florets.

catwithflowers Sun 14-Apr-13 08:27:42

Ooh, I love Scotch eggs! My mum occasionally made them when we were kids and served them with chips, lettuce and tomato smile

sashh Sun 14-Apr-13 09:49:30

Terrine.

Line a loaf tin with bacon. Add the sausage meat in 'chunks' inter spaced with a bit of chicken breast and chicken liver.

Then wrap the bacon round the top and bake on low for 40-50 mins.

Titsalinabumsquash Sun 14-Apr-13 09:50:52

Sausage plait!!! smile

mirai Sun 14-Apr-13 10:09:18

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Branleuse Sun 14-Apr-13 10:24:03

use it as playdough

JamNan Sun 14-Apr-13 13:40:05

Stuffed cabbage although I prefer Savoy cabbage for this recipe. It's definitely worth all the faffing about.

JamNan Sun 14-Apr-13 13:42:57

To the above stuffed cabbage parcels I have sometimes added cut up bits of prunes or a few currants ( v Spanish).

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