99 year old Frankfurt recipe

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99 year old Frankfurt recipe

Postby Damo the butcherman » Sat Nov 05, 2011 9:48 pm

As promised, this is the recipe that I used yesterday, from the "Australasian Butchers Handbook 1912" I found it to be quite tasty with simple flavours.
Orginal recipe,
25lbs (11.34kg) Pork trim
3/4ozs (21.3g) Ground White Pepper
14ozs (397g) Salt
1/2ozs (14.2g) Nutmeg
1 quart (946ml) Water
My Conversion
Per 1kg Pork trim
1.9g Ground white pepper
35g of Salt (I did reduse this down to 18g per kg when I made them)
1.3g Nutmeg
83mls water
For safety I also used 1.2g per kg Kwikcure, this is an Australian cure use whatever you have at recomended rate.
Instruction
Mince the meat using a fine plate.
Mix all ingreadents together.
Fill into 32-35mm hog casing.
Allow skin to dry.
Smoke till golden brown in colour.
Cook to an internal temp of 66C.
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Postby Hoser » Mon Nov 07, 2011 11:35 am

Sounds like a great recipe...I did some old world style brats this week with a very similar spice mix.
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Postby AndyA » Mon Dec 05, 2011 9:13 pm

"99 year old Frankfurt". I really doubt I could wait that long before eating them :D
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Postby Damo the butcherman » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:42 am

AndyA wrote:"99 year old Frankfurt". I really doubt I could wait that long before eating them :D

They certainly didn't last that long once we started eating them more like 99 seconds each :lol:
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Postby Wal Footrot » Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:44 pm

What a pity your shop's in Adelaide and not here in QLD as I'd love to taste what you make. Maybe the next time I'm in SA I can drop in.
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Postby Damo the butcherman » Sat Dec 10, 2011 9:10 am

Nice to hear from you Wal,
Where I work now we don't make our own sausages and smallgoods, thats why I started making them at home. I enjoy doing it and wanted to keep my skills up.
It's sad to say :cry: but a lot of shops here in Adelaide don't make there own, the government regulations are that tight that it is very hard to make anything without a great deal of paperwork and government supervision.
Unfortunatly the few rogue operators have ruined it for everyone else :twisted:
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Postby Wal Footrot » Mon Dec 12, 2011 9:27 am

Damo the butcherman wrote:Nice to hear from you Wal,
Where I work now we don't make our own sausages and smallgoods, thats why I started making them at home. I enjoy doing it and wanted to keep my skills up.
It's sad to say :cry: but a lot of shops here in Adelaide don't make there own, the government regulations are that tight that it is very hard to make anything without a great deal of paperwork and government supervision.
Unfortunatly the few rogue operators have ruined it for everyone else :twisted:
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Yeah, it is sad that regs get in the way of making good food.

The smallgoods capital of Australia seems to be Tassie where every butcher makes their own snags/savs/german/smoked according to their own recipe and a lot of it is just superb. I'm suspecting that the Tas regulations are a bit more liberal
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Postby crustyo44 » Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:13 am

Hi,
Contrary to popular believe, Tasmania is a great State where almost the majority of policians have common sense.
So unheard of in other States of Australia and that is from a Queenslander like me.
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