Shwag time!!!

Alone I’m thinking
Why is superman dead
Is it in my head
We’ll just laugh instead
You worry about the weather and
Whether or not you should hate
Superman’s Dead – Our Lady Peace

So, yeah. Book giveaway time! The next cook book is ‘The Complete Guide to Traditional Kosher Cooking’ by Marlena Spieler! So Sponsor Me to get entered in the drawing! The winner will be announced at 3 AM PST! Donate, donate, donate! ^^

Now, my wife has some Portugese in her, and has a fondness for Linguica sausage. But, as some may know, this is a pork sausage! NO!!! So, I did some fariations with it, and came up with a kosher variation that works reasonably well for sausages.

2 lbs. boneless beef rump roast
2 lbs. fatty cut of beef (I suggest using the short rib cut and deboning it)
2 1/2 t Salt
7 Cloves Garlic, minced
4 Small Dried Hot Chili Peppers, crushed
1 T Coriander
1 T Paprika
1/2 t Cinnamon
1/2 t Ground Cloves
1/2 t Allspice
1/4 cup Cider Vinegar
1/2 cup Cold Water
A package of Clear Fibrous Sausage Casings

Cut the roast into cubes.

Using a meat grinder, grind the meat coarsely. If you don’t HAVE a meat grinder (Shame on you!), you can use a food processor. Hit it in short 1 second pulses, and do a count of 10 pulses to have it corsely ground. If you have neither, you can ask your local butcher to grind both for you.

Combine the ground meat in large bowl with remaining ingredients and mix well with your hands or a heavy spoon.

Cover and chill overnight to let ALL the flavors mingle.

Now, for here I would reccomend having a sausage machine. Most GOOD stand mixers have an attachment you can get for one, but I have seen them as low as $50 on some sites. Just check eBay if you’re on a budget. Here we attach the end of the casing to the struffer and slowly feed the filling into the casing, basically tying off every foot or so for easy storage.

Now, when done, these sausages can be cooked like ANY sausage for a delicious treat when you want to spice up your dinners! ^^ As usual, Sponsor Me! See you in 30! Shalom and Good Cooking!


July 30, 2006. Blogathon 2006, main courses, recipes.


  1. Utopia replied:

    Anything with paprika has to be good. I make a mean chicken paprikash.

  2. Renegade Kosher replied:

    Oh, it’s VERY good! ^^ In a little while I’ll post a recipe USING this sausage, too!

  3. Victor replied:

    Where can I buy Sausage Casings?

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