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Pannhass (Scrapple)

According to an old cookbook, "the correct way to make scrapple is to boil a lot of pork scraps in water in which liverwurst has been made. Since this can occur only at butchering time on a farm, the way to get around this."

IngredientsPennsylvania Dutch Cooking from AlansKitchen.com

  • 1 - calf's liver
  • 1/2 - kidney
  • 2 - pounds pork
  • 2 - cups cornmeal
  • 1/2 - teaspoon sage
  • 1/2 - teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 - teaspoon pepper

Directions

  1. Boil the live and kidney until tender, remove from water and chop the liver.  Shred pork into fine pieced and place in the water with the liver. 

  2. Simmer until scraps of meat cook to pieces.  Then dribble the cornmeal into the mixture, stirring constantly. 

  3. When you have the consistency of mush, stop!  Add sage, salt, and pepper. 

  4. Simmer 15 minutes longer, constantly stirring.  Pour into pans about 3 inches deep. 

  5. Cool, slice, and lightly fry.

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Pennsylvania Dutch are a people of various religious affiliations, most of them Lutheran or Reformed, but many Anabaptists, non-Christian, and non-religious as well.

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