Marylebone Sausage

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Marylebone Sausage

Postby Oddley » Tue Nov 16, 2004 5:01 pm

Anyone Have a recipe for these or know anything about them.
Marylebone A traditional London butchers sausage made with mace, ginger and sage.

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London Trade Sausage

Postby Parson Snows » Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:45 pm

London Trade Sausage (Pork Sausage) 67% meat content w/approx 27% fat

Ingredients
� 12 lbs lean pork (such as 95 vl pork shoulder, butt or loin)
� 3 lbs hard pork backfat
� 3 lb pinhead rusk (white 1/8 inch ,3mm dia)
Note: Rusk recipe previously posted or purchase some
� 4 lbs water (iced) - approximately 3 ⅓ pints (Imperial)
� � lb soya flour (70 %)

Seasoning
� 6 oz salt
� 1 � oz ground/powdered white pepper
� 1 oz ground/powdered mace
� � oz ground/powdered ginger
� 1 � oz ground/powdered sage

Method
1) Place the rusk in the water and set aside allowing for the rusk to take up the water. Note: Ratio of 1 � : 1 (water to rusk) used
2) Prepare lean meat, and pass through the mincer (3/8 inch, 10 mm plate)
3) Cube the fat (1/2 inch, 12 mm) and set aside
4) Place the lean meat into the bowl chopper/silent cutter
5) Add the seasonings, soaked rusk, and finally the cubed fat.
6) Continue chopping until the desired texture/consistency is achieved. In London, as in Scotland, a fairly fine texture is preferred.
7) Fill into narrow-medium hog casings (32-35 mm)
8) Link at eight to the pound.
9) Allow to dry for approximately 20 minutes then store in fridge or freeze.

Hope that this is some use to you

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Postby Oddley » Tue Nov 16, 2004 8:04 pm

Thanks Parson Snows... :)
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London Trade Sausage

Postby Parson Snows » Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:47 pm

In the past the London Trade sausage has had a bit of a rough ride, with its low meat content, LOADS of filler and added water etc. however, with the resurgence of sausage eating and therefore sausage making, such efforts by a few London butchers such as "The Fraconian Sausage Company" (run by John-Paul Habermann) and the likes, are beginning to be noticed. All the best to them. This excludes money orientated startups such "Simply Sausages"... where if you wanted to buy a kilo of "Tasmanian sawdust sausage" Martin Heap would gladly sell you one made to his "own" recipe.


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