How to make it

  • Crumble pork sausage in a frying pan; add 4 cups water, and heat to boiling.
  • Reduce heat, cook for 20 minutes.
  • Drain, reserving 3 cups stock.
  • Add salt and sage to stock.
  • Bring to boiling.
  • Combine cornmeal and 1 cup cold water. Gradually add to stock, stirring constantly.
  • Cover and cook over low heat for 10 minutes.
  • Stir occasionally. Then add sausage, stir all together and pour into loaf pan.
  • Refrigerate overnite.
  • Next morning, slice and fry until set.
  • Serve with syrup.

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    " It was excellent "
    Sheebs ate it and said...
    Finally got around to trying this, turned out great!
    I think I'll try it with chorizo next time. Good recipe as you can substitute almost anything. Thanks for the post.
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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Now here is a recipe I'll try. With sausage and not scraps of unknown parts....(ugh). Fred is a scrapple lover and he always orders this at Skyway Jacks....I'll rock his world if I make some at home. Thanks for the post.
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    " It was excellent "
    zena824 ate it and said...
    Something Im gonna have to try....Thanks Ang..
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    My grandmother use to make this very good.
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  • wynnebaer 10 years ago
    Gotta try this....:)
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  • httpmom 10 years ago
    I was always curious as to how this was made...of course originally they used things that you would never really want to eat...or so I thought......

    Sausage sounds good to me and given the present state of our economy this dish could gain back it's original popularity as a budget food! Thanks for the post!
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  • dtour 10 years ago
    Originally from Maryland, I was brought up on scrapple and this recipe is much better than using pork scraps.I mean all kind of pork scraps. I hope you all find the following interesting: Scrapple is a formed loaf made from mixing scraps of meat left over from butchering that was too small to be used or sold elsewhere. The scraps were mixed with cornmeal and flour which became a kind of mush. It was formed (kind of like a meatloaf) to be sliced and fried. Scrapple is best known as a regional food of Delaware, South Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. Hope this wasn't too much information! ;0
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  • modelsmom 10 years ago
    I've always wondered what scrapple is - it sounds great! I'll try this one next weekend.
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  • raelene1951 10 years ago
    My husband is always talking about scrapple and how wonderful it I'll give it a go. Thank you for the post!
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  • debbie919 10 years ago
    Wow, gotta try this! No scrapple much in Texas where I grew up, but I've tried it and loved it! The sausage makes it way easier than some recipes I've seen...thanks so much for posting this!
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  • carmenperez 10 years ago
    love scrapple
    this sound easy and yummy
    ty hun will try
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