Newmarket Sausage with Bread

The origin of Newmarket Sausages is the English town of Newmarket, Suffolk. In October 2012 the Newmarket sausage was awarded Protected Geographical Indicator of Origin (PGI) status which means that it can only be called ‘Newmarket’ if made in the area of the English town of Newmarket, Suffolk. There are three varieties of Newmarket Sausage: Musk’s® (a trademark of Musk’s Food Group Ltd, Powters® a trademark of Powters Ltd) and Eric Tennant Butchers. The main difference between the three sausage recipes is that Musk’s uses bread as a filler while Powters and Tennants both use rusk.

MaterialsMetricUS
Pork shoulder600 g1.32 lb
Back fat or pork fat trimmings200 g0.44 lb
White bread200 g0.44 lb
Ingredients per 1000g (1 kg) of materials
Salt15 g2-1/2 tsp
Black pepper1.0 g1/2 tsp
White pepper1.0 g1/2 tsp
Thyme, rubbed1.0 g1 tsp
Parsley, rubbed1.0 g1 tsp
Nutmeg1.0 g1/2 tsp
Egg1 egg
Lemon zest, grated1/2 lemon
Instructions
  1. Soak white bread or rolls in water. Press and drain.
  2. Grind meat and fat through 3/8” (10 mm) plate.
  3. Mix meat with spices, egg and soaked bread.
  4. Stuff into 28-36 mm hog casings forming 4” (10 cm ) links.
  5. Refrigerate. Cook fully before serving.
Notes
Meat must not contain any skin, gristle, rind, offal or any form of mechanically recovered meat.
Newmarket sausage carries PGI, 2012 classification.

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