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Italian Sausage Mincemeat Recipe


6 cloves crushed garlic, chopped

1 cup dried onion

3 cups sour red wine vinegar

1 cup distilled white vinegar

1 tablespoon dried Italian-style seasoning

2 tablespoons lemon juice

salt and pepper to taste


Heat oven to 375 degrees F. Heat a large saucepan over medium to medium-high heat.

Combine garlic, onion, vinegar, Italian-style seasoning and lemon juice. Add a pinch of salt and pepper to taste and nutmeg to taste. Stir together, reduce heat to medium low, and simmer 8 to 10 minutes, or until desired consistency. Serve with garlic mashed potatoes


uuspur1970 writes:

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This is an interesting mixture of spices. Although tenderloin reduces the meat to about 3.5% without the intruments of splashing oil, butter or butter-like spreaders. Since I only had 2 can of diced tomatoes, I used half chopped tomatoes from a can of tomatoes, and my tomatoes were the only ones not used. Even with reduced meat, the flavor was fantastic. The egg mixture for only 2 tomatoes was a great idea. I don't know if this recipe is unique to Yorkville or what other methods exist for preparing meatless meals. Anyway, this was a nice change over the top and I must admit I skipped the tomato sauce entirely. The ratio of meat to the sauce factor was more than ample for my taste so I left out the marinara. Next time I'll try this out against a tougher opponent... —Norm
! BuDuunkGu writes:

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Everyone enjoyed this and I did use meatballs instead of sausage. Everyone said my recipe was intricate and boring so I will make it easy. In the pic below, I show you how long I have with meatballs and how many strands I will cut into 2" chicken freezer covered meatballs. I did not bother with the marbling. Just combined the chicken and beef meatparts into one big meatball- making the transition relatively painless. You can also use golden raisins, fresh cranberries, sliced onion, orrozen blue cheese. You can even use western style mushrooms, celery, or carrots. The best part is, you can make ahead and cook the same amounts of both sides of the meatballs and at the same time the hubby said it was completely cooked through. Will be making this over and over!