From the Culinary Communion charcuterie class. Delicious! Recipe courtesy of Gabriel Claycamp, posted with permission. Makes approximately 10 pounds sausage.
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3 lean lamb
5 granulated sugar
1/2 white pepper
1/2 ground cloves
1/2 ground ginger
1 1/2 crushed red pepper flakes
1 1/2 dry red wine
1, NA cold water
If you have prepared the ingredients needed, now time to start cooking. There are 6 steps you must follow to make French Merguez Sausages - Culinary Communion in your home by yourself.
Marinate: toss the lamb, fatback, and dry seasonings together, then chill well (at least 2 hours.
Grind: grind meat mixture through grinder using a medium plate (1/4-inch into a mixing bowl over an ice bath.
Mix and develop protein: in an electric mixer, mix on low speed for 1 minute, adding the red wine a little at a time. Mix on medium speed for 15 to 20 seconds, or until the sausage mixture is sticky to the touch.
Make a tester: make a test patty and pan fry. Adjust the seasoning and consistency if necessary before putting sausage into casings., Stuff: stuff the sausage into the prepared casings and twist into 15-inch links. Cut into individual links. Make a spiral with each link and secure with a 6-inch skewer.
Cook: the sausage is now ready to prepare for eating by pan frying, baking, grilling, or broiling to an internal temperature of 150 degrees F, or hold under refrigeration for up to 7 days.
Notes: regarding the links -- we don't make the 15-inch links, we make links about 4 inches long, twisting them into link-shape as we're filling the casings. It's up to you, of course, how you make them. These sausages are absolutely delicious, and I hope you'll try the recipe! The recipe appear to definitely be a French version of Merguez, rather than the Turnisian version -- all I know is that they're very, very tasty. :.
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