Cabanossi Saussage also known as Cabana or Kabana

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Cabanossi Saussage also known as Cabana or Kabana

Postby Egahttak » Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:23 pm

I have been searching for a Cabanossi recipe. Especially one that will give me the spice breakdown.

I hope this community will be able to help me out.

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Postby Oddley » Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:41 pm

Welcome to the forum Egahttak.

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Postby grisell » Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:45 pm

Welcome to the forum! :D

This one, maybe?

http://www.wedlinydomowe.com/sausage-recipes/kabanosy

The guys who make the site are Polish and quite famous, so I guess the recipe is reliable.
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Postby Snags » Mon Dec 06, 2010 1:34 pm

Kabana in Australia usually has tonnes of garlic in it too
yet to take the plunge still researching
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Postby grisell » Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:12 pm

I use to add ½ tsp of garlic powder per kg meat to the above recipe, too. Not a lot, but a clear improvement IMO.
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Postby Egahttak » Mon Dec 06, 2010 10:46 pm

Thank you for the welcome and thanks to all those posting on this website. What a wealth of information.

The Cabanossi recipe I am looking for is more the South African / Australian one. It uses beef, pork and bacon. Can be dried or smoked.

Although I do know the beef, pork and bacon ratios it is the spice makeup that I am after.
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Postby jdonly1 » Tue Dec 07, 2010 5:08 am

Thanks for the links guys,Im going to try some small goods soon
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Postby JollyJohn » Tue Dec 07, 2010 7:53 am

I started a batch of the Polish recipe, and have had 5 kgs. of meat in the fridge for 72 hours. I'll be making the kabanos tonight, smoking/cooking on Friday. I'll keep you updated.

I made a batch of the "traditional Polish smoked sausage" on the same site, its delicious!

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Postby jdonly1 » Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:13 am

Sweet.I have book marked that site
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Postby MeRLiN4U » Wed Dec 08, 2010 9:45 pm

Thanks for the recipe & I will try this next year in Croatia but I only have one question from the site http://www.wedlinydomowe.com/sausage-recipes/kabanosy
what is Cure #1.
I understand everything except that.

sincerely yours. MeRLiN
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Re: Hi

Postby TJ Buffalo » Wed Dec 08, 2010 11:32 pm

MeRLiN4U wrote:Thanks for the recipe & I will try this next year in Croatia but I only have one question from the site http://www.wedlinydomowe.com/sausage-recipes/kabanosy
what is Cure #1.
I understand everything except that.

sincerely yours. MeRLiN


Cure #1, sometimes called "Prague Powder #1" consists of a mixture of salt and sodium nitrite only. The nitrite keeps the meat safe for a short period of time, and keeps the meat a nice red color as well as give it that "cured" taste. This is used in products that are made and then cooked and eaten quickly like fresh sausages.
Cure #2, also called "Prague Powder #2", is a mixture of salt, sodium nitrate and sodium nitrite. Cure #2 is used on items that are dry cured over a long period of time, like salami or other cured meats. The sodium nitrate in the cure breaks down over time to sodium nitrite, which is then broken down to nitric oxide, which acts to keep the meat safe from botulism

Please don't confuse cure #1 with cure #2, they are NOT interchangeable.
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Postby MeRLiN4U » Thu Dec 09, 2010 8:24 pm

I appreciate the answear & will very gladly try this reciept when I come to Croatia because I cant smoke the sausage anywhere here.

I was in Baden Baden 3 weeks ago & I tried I sausage just like the Cabanossi but they where very thin/small 5cm long & realy realy tasty....
Maybe bier sasusage or mini cabanossi :-)

Thanks for the help again...
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Re: Cabanossi Saussage also known as Cabana or Kabana

Postby Berger » Fri Jul 17, 2015 8:55 am

Hi There - I see this thread is rather old but I have the same question as Egahttak. I'm looking for the spices and other ingredients that go into South African Cabanossi. Can anyone help?
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