.RU

Period sausages. Which modern varieties are close to period? Recipes. Blood sausage - старонка 3



Subject: Re: SC - Period Sausages

At 7:43 AM -0500 1/15/99, Margo Farnsworth wrote:

> Does anyone know of a source for period sausage recipies?

I have a Spanish recipe for one type of sausage; I do not know how

useful it will be for a Scottish feast.

from: "Libro del Arte de Cozina" (Spanish, 1599)

"Salchicas for Summer"

[note: salchicas are a particular kind of suasage.]

Take a piece of veal, from the shoulder or the leg, and if it were

from the shoulder, remove those nerves, and chop the veal very well

with a good piece of bacon, and chop it all together, and take your

sheep intestines and wash them very well with your water and salt,

and season the meat very well with pepper, ginger and nutmeg,

and little clove, because it is bitter, and a little fennel, breaking it,

and first clean it, and cast it into this same meat, and stuff it inside

the intestines, and tie them like salchicas, and then roast them

and garnish them with small boneless loins of mutton upon a sop,

or however the official desires.

Lady Brighid ni Chiarain

Settmour Swamp, East (NJ)

Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 09:47:52 -0400

From: Philip & Susan Troy

Subject: Re: SC - My latest feast (and a few comments)

Stefan li Rous wrote:

> Did you actually make the salami? If so, I'd love to hear more details.

> We've talked about various sausages before, but I'm not really sure

> how salami differs. It is air dried perhaps?

Yes, normally. Its distinctive flavor is partly the result of bacterial

action, which modern charcuterers usually introduce artificially as

cultures. But yes, it's normally air-dried after having lost a fair

amount if its water mass through salt-induced osmosis (it's too early in

the morning for me to recall the special name for the osmosis of water).

Adamantius

Date: Sun, 4 Jul 1999 21:15:39 EDT

From: LrdRas at aol.com

Subject: Re: SC - Turkish Breakfast - Suggestions Anyone?

mbrunzie at dba-sw.com writes:

<>

IIRC, there are recipes for lamb mutton and chicken sausages in al-Andalusia

and al-Baghdadi. Here is the redaction I used at my recent medieval middle

eastern feast.

Dish of Chicken or Whatever Meat You Please

If it is tender, take the flesh of the breast of the hen or partridge or the

flesh of the thighs and grind it up very vigorously, and remove the tendons

and grind with the meat almonds, walnuts, and pinenuts until completely

mixed, throw in pepper, caraway, cinnamon, lavender, in the required

quantity, a little honey and eggs, beat all together until it becomes one

substance, then make with this what looks like an 'usba' made of lamb innards

and put it in a lamb skin or sheep skin and put it on a heated skewer and

cook slowly over a fire of hot coals until it is browned, then remove it and

eat it, if you wish with murri and if you wish with mustard, if God so

wills.- from 'An Andalusian Cookbook; A Collection of Medieval and

Renaissance Cookbooks, Vol. II; pg. A-35. Duke Sir Cariadoc of the Bow.

Redaction by al-Sayyid A'aql ibn Rashid al-Zib, AoA, OSyc

Copyright c 1999 L. J. Spencer, Jr. Williamsport, PA

2 LB Boneless chicken breast or thighs

2 1/2 oz. Almonds

2 1/2 oz. Walnuts

2 T. Pinenuts

1 tsp. Caraway seed, ground

1/2 tsp. Black pepper, ground

1/2 tsp. Lavender, dried and crushed

2 T Honey

2 Eggs

Sausage casings (see Note*)

Skewers

Grind chicken on coarse. Mix almonds, walnuts, pinenuts, caraway, pepper,

lavender, honey and eggs into chicken. Grind again with medium blade. Then

force into sausage casings tying off into links.

Grill on skewers over charcoal until browned and cooked through. Serve with

murri or mustard. Serves 8.

(NOTE: The original clearly was enclosed in a bag of skin and roasted whole.

I chose to use sausage casing to gain better portion control and because it

was readily available. There are examples of sausages in the original

manuscripts.)

Date: Thu, 02 Sep 1999 01:39:57 +0200

From: "ana l. valdes"

Subject: SC - sausages

Here comes some recipes of traditional sausages or "chorizos", taken

from Spanish and South American recipes. I can guess in SA they are

definitive OUP, since the Aztecas or Incas had not pigs. But in Spain

they were used along the Middle Age.

Take the innards of the pig (heart, liver, lungs, some fat)

Cut it all in small pieces

Add a lot of salt

Add sweet pimiento, spicy pimiento, oregan, several cloves of garlic, a

little part of water

Let it be two or three days

Knead it twíce every day

If its to dry, add more water

Take off the garlic cloves and put the hole into the tripe

Hang it over the fire and let the smoke dry it

Pigblood

Cooked Rice

Onions

Garlic

Spices (Peppar, Cummin)

Pigmeat

Fry the onions and the garlic in some oil

Fry the meat until brown, cut in small pieces

Mix with the cooked rice

Add spices

Mix with the pigblood until it thickens

When you got a kind of bland "dough", put into tripes and close them at

the extremes

Sweet Bloodsausage

Pigblood

Breadcrumbs

Cloves

Raisins

Pinenuts

Wine

Pigmeat

Fry the meat and mash it down

Mash the cloves and the pinenuts

Cut the raisins in small parts

Mix with the breadcrumbs

Add the wine

Put into tripes

Close in each extreme

I apologize if the translation is rough, I have very little idea how to

translate the different parts of a pig, and all the recipes are written

in Spanish dialects, not in castillan.

Ana

Date: Thu, 02 Sep 1999 11:57:52 +0200

From: "ana l. valdes"

Subject: SC - more homemade sausages

Homemade salami

Lean meat from a pig fed with vegetables and herbs

Fat from the same pig, proportion 5 procent for 100 grams

Salt, 25 grs for each kilo of the mixture

Garlic, mashed in the mortar, 10 grs for each kilo of the mixture

Black peppar corns, 30 grs for each kilo

With a sharp knife cut the meat and the fat in smallest possible pieces

Add the spices and let rest for 20 hours

Put into thick tripe

Homemade chorizo

Lean meat from pig fed with vegetables and seeds

Fat from the same pig, 20 procent for each 100 grms

Salt, 25 grms for each kilo of the mixture

Crushed sweet peppar, 3 grams for each kilo of mixture

Crushed or mashed garlic, 10 grs for each kilo of the mixture

With a sharp knife cut all in pieces, (but not so small as you did when

you cut salami)

Dont use a machine

Knead the meat with all other ingredients in a bowl of clay or wood, not

of metal

When the mixture is ready, take a part and fry in a pan, to taste the

quality of spicing

Let it rest 18 or 20 hours

Put into thin tripes, bind them in a horseshoe form

Ana

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 1999 11:35:50 EDT

From: LrdRas at aol.com

Subject: Re: SC - more homemade sausages-OOP

agora at algonet.se writes:

<< Lean meat from pig fed with vegetables and seeds

Fat from the same pig, 20 percent for each 100 grams >>

According to the Anthropologist's Cookbook, use of the shoulder meat when

making Chorizos would be the ideal as it contains just about the right

proportion of fat to lean thus eliminating the need for added fat.

Ras

Date: Thu, 2 Sep 1999 20:37:26 -0400

From: "Robin Carroll-Mann" 2010-07-19 18:44 Читать похожую статью
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • Контрольная работа
  • © Помощь студентам
    Образовательные документы для студентов.