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    Potato sausage

    Does anyone else eat potato sausage?? I don't know if this is mostly a Minnesota thing. I know around Christmas time alot of churches up here do potato sausage and lutefisk suppers and get a great turnout.. tomorrow I am making 125 lbs of potato sausage and I am thinking about adding cure and smoking some. Has anyone ever seen smoked potato sausage in the store??

    #2
    You're scaring me here....

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    • Backroadmeats
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      It is not vegan!! It is 1/3 beef 1/3 pork and 1/3 potatoes with some ground onion also. It is REALLY good.

    • rickgregory
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      OK now it's just the lutefisk that scares me. :P

    • Backroadmeats
      Backroadmeats commented
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      Yup . No lutefisk for me either!! Yuk!!

    #3
    Man I used to eat potato sausage when I was growing up and up until right now I completely forgot about it. I'm going to have to keep an eye out for it.

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    • Backroadmeats
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      Where about in cheese head land are you??

    • smokin fool
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      Used to see it around Oktoberfest time here, pretty good after 4-5 steins of German beer.

    • Andrrr
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      Backroadmeats 30 mins west of Milwaukee

    #4
    Is this what you mean? If so, looks pretty good to me!

    https://www.meatsandsausages.com/sau...ausage-swedish

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    • Backroadmeats
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      Yup!! It is really good!

    • treesmacker
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      That does look good!

    #5
    Well, the sausage I eat has - er - sausage in it.

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    • Backroadmeats
      Backroadmeats commented
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      I will post pics as we make it tomorrow!! This is 2/3 meat with potatoes and onions in it.. to me it tastes like a good meatloaf in a casing..

    • RonB
      RonB commented
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      It does sound good. Backroadmeats

    #6
    I’d buy it!

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      #7
      I'd certainly try some potato sausage. I'd bet it was "invented" as a cost reduction tactic - substituting some low cost filler into the mix, while still making a good tasting product.

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Yup . Exactly!!

      #8
      Show us what you got!

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Coming soon!!

      #9
      Sounds like an Irish boudan, lol!

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Swedish and german..

      #10
      Would like to know the recipe, would try it with venison, wild hogs, and taters.

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        I am making it with venison tomorrow . I use a p&s seasoning for it. It is as good or better than mixing up my own seasoning..

      • texastweeter
        texastweeter commented
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        Dang I run everything from scratch...of course my operate is not near what yours is. Natural casings?

      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Yup natural casings. I have a recipe that I have used I can see if I can find it.. but like I said the p&a seasoning is better.

      #11
      Husband says it was called katufulwurst. Not sure of the spelling.
      His grand parents would eat it for dinner and fry with eggs for breakfast the next morning like a hash.
      Last edited by Debra; October 25, 2021, 06:47 PM.

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Interesting. Yup we it it for any meal of the day. Has he ever seen or had smoked potato sausage??

      #12
      I’d eat the sausage readily but please hold the lutefisk. I truly believe my Norwegian in-laws always served it at holiday dinners just to see me gag.

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      • Backroadmeats
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        I hear that on the lutefisk!!

      #13
      Do you ship,,,
      website?
      I’ll buy what ya have,,,,

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      • Backroadmeats
        Backroadmeats commented
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        Sorry I can't ship..

      #14
      I can't say I've ever seen it here in my part of Wisconsin (Fond du Lac). There is a lot more traditional German food down towards Milwaukee. Maybe somebody down that way knows more. Jfrosty27? It sure sounds good, so if I encounter it, I'll be sure to give it a try.
      The rotted cod? No thank you.

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      • Jfrosty27
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        Can't recall ever seeing it. But then, I wasn't really looking for it either. I'll keep an eye out for it at my regular meat shops. If I see it, I will given it a try and report back.

      #15
      My grandparents came from Lithuania and always used potatoes as filler. Can’t remember for sure, but I think they used potatoes in their sausages. My grandmother had potatoes on the counter all the time, dicing, slicing or grating.

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