In Response to Re: WHAT'S FOR DINNER TONIGHT?:
In Response to Re: WHAT'S FOR DINNER TONIGHT? : gale... I didn' think anyone would know what scrapple is! lol Well, for one, this is something we would eat once in awhile because it is artery cloggers! I didn't make the scrapple, a local farmer made it and gave us a piece. You can always tell the difference between homemade and store bought scrapple. I can tell you how I prepare it and some people eat it with syrup or ketchup on it! Sorry I couldn't tell you the recipe! I do know that it takes a long time to make it and the ingredients is pork, beef, cornmeal, flour, salt & pepper.
Posted by Susan K
Hi Susan I know that I cooked the pork and it had salt, pepper onion sage and water which became the broth,I shredded the meat and added it back into the broth and stirred in cornmeal the recipe I had didn't have beef in it,then it was poured into a loaf pan and put into the fridge and was completely cold then we sliced it and dipped in flour and fried until heated through and we did put maple syrup on it.It was very good but yes it is a once in awhile recipe because it is very fattening,but Oh so very good.I'm just going to find Jeff Smith's cook book or look on line for a recipe,but thanks for sharing anyway,I was thinking of making some soon because of the pork being on sale.It' been at least 15 years since I've made some and you reminded me.That's another old Farmer recipe using the whole pig.