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Unread 12-14-2012, 10:27 AM   #1
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Default Smoked Scrapple

Always wanted to try Scrapple. Very EZ. 4 ingredients.

Ya start with a couple JD hot fatties


Once smoked you let them cool then run them through a cheese grater.





So the four ingredients



In a sauce pan combine the pork and sweeten condensed milk
and heat till it bubbles. Then add 1 cup yellow corn meal and a
tsp of black pepper. Cook 4 min and remove from heat. Put it
into a loaf pan and cover. Put in the fridge overnight.





Next morning turn it out, cut slices and pan fry for color.
The sweet condensed milk and corn meal give it almost a
corn dog flavor. Then ya get the heat of the sausage .





Yum!
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I'm in, that looks great!
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So is it sweet tasting? I have never used sweetened condensed milk . . . .

Love me my corndogs, though
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Been eatting scrapple all my life, never had any with condensed milk in it. May be tasty...

This is the local scrapple I grew up with...
http://www.habbersettscrapple.com/scrapple/original.htm
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I was always a savory scrapple guy. Looks good though and I love the corn dog sweet corn meal flavor.

And never though to run a fatty through a box grater. That's good right there.
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Looks good enough to eat. I really like scrapple, never had it with condensed milk though. My uncle makes prettles (don't know the spelling) that is similar to scrapple, put some real maple syrup on it and yum
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It gets even Better, Yes it ends up Hot & Sweet
I call these Hog Dog's
Sweet like a corn dog but alllllll Hog !





Thanks for checking them out. Dont know how often i'll
not have a loaf of scrapple ready in the freezer.
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Looks good enough to eat. I really like scrapple, never had it with condensed milk though. My uncle makes prettles (don't know the spelling) that is similar to scrapple, put some real maple syrup on it and yum
I used honey instead of bbq sauce as a glaze but maple syrup would be great too
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Now that's my kind of scrapple. Genius brother!
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Never had scrapple, that sounds good.
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I have made scrapple as long as I can remember, nothing like that though. We cook the meat down all day, grind it with salt, black pepper, and sage. Mix it with the stock, flour, and corn meal, cook till the spoon stands up then pan it.
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The only thing I will change on the Hog dogs is a little cayanne in the honey glaze to support the hot & sweet profile.
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Been eatting scrapple all my life, never had any with condensed milk in it. May be tasty...

This is the local scrapple I grew up with...
http://www.habbersettscrapple.com/scrapple/original.htm
Now There's some good eating!

I try all the local butcher scrapple and most is good but nothing like that Habbersetts taste you grow up with.

OP: Interesting Post! Thanks for sharing
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Made some home fries this morning and chopped it into a hash. That was good!
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Made some home fries this morning and chopped it into a hash. That was good!
Love scrapple hash! I usually saute a little onion, add the scrapple and chop it up, then a scrambled egg or two, then some cheese.... yummmmmm....
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