Veal Liver Sausage-Kosher

Kosher Liver Sausage made from veal liver.

veal650 g1.43 lb.
veal liver250 g0.55 lb.
brisket fat100 g0.22 lb.
Ingredients per 1000g (1 kg) of meat
salt18 g3 tsp.
white pepper2.0 g1 tsp.
coriander2.0 g1 tsp.
nutmeg1.0 g½ tsp.
ginger0.5 g⅓ tsp.
onion, finely diced30 g½ onion
  1. Scald veal liver with hot water.
  2. Cook other meats at 212º F (100º C) until soft. Save stock.
  3. Be sure all meats are cold. Grind all meats through 2 mm ( ⅛”) plate. Refreeze and grind again. Grind liver twice with a 2 mm ( ⅛”) plate until you achieve paste consistency, then add salt and remaining ingredients including all meats. Meats can be ground only once, then emulsified in a food processor (add 10%, 0.1 kg of the stock).
  4. Mix everything together, add 10 % meat stock in relation to the meat total weight (0.22 lb., 0.1 kg ) and grind again through 2 mm plate. We are trying to chop meats very finely, without the use of the bowl cutter. This is the reason for grinding meats three times. Don’t add stock if meats were emulsified (stock has been added during this step).
  5. Stuff loosely into 38 - 42 mm diameter hog casings, make straight links about 10 - 14” long. You can use natural beef casings or beef middles up to 3” (8 cm) in diameter.
  6. Place sausages into boiling water but poach at 176 - 185º F (80 - 85º C) until internal temperature of 154 - 158º F (68 - 70º C) is reached. The required time is about 50 - 90 minutes.
  7. Shower with cold water for 10 min. then hang and cool down to an internal temperature below 42º F (6º C).
  8. Store in refrigerator.

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