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InvisiblePjS
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Jerksauce (Pasta hotdog sauce)
    #1847625 - 08/25/03 07:43 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

The recipe for the combination of best/cheapest/easiest pasta sauce I've ever encountered.

For around three meals (but I am not a big eater, adjust as necessary):

5 hot dogs (wiener/frankfurter very much preferred, straight with plastic stuff outside = bad, curved with easily chewed through pig intestine skin = good)
1/2 an onion, chopped up more or less finely, I like it a bit rough, gives some chewiness
1-3 teaspoons of tomato mash, start out small, you can always add but its hard to take it out
Some flour/starch, whatever you want to bind gravy
Oil/butter for frying, doesn't matter as long as it doesn't taste too strongly
Salt/pepper to taste
Optional paprika
And whatever you think fits, perhaps bacon wouldn't be too bad, haven't tried it.

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1. Chop up the sausages, around half an inch in length.
2. Heat oil, fry them in a frying pan until they look a bit browned and smell nice (you will notice), they will 'curl' a bit, the cut open sides will begin to bulge out, that is exactly how you'll want them.
3. Throw in a bit of the flour/starch, just one or two tablespoons should do well, you can add later if the sauce isn't thick enough, this is mostly for some fried taste. Don't let it fry for much more than 30-45 seconds, after that it will burn to nastiness.
4. Add a generous amount of water, around an inch, maybe two, it will boil off anyways.
5. Add onions, tomato paste.
6. Let it cook on low heat, stir every once in a while. (from now on it takes me and dad some 30 minutes, but we like the slow cooking way of doing things)
7. Taste it. It will need a good amount of salt, and maybe some more tomato mash. Some fresh black pepper can't hurt, if it still tastes a bit bland, add paprika.
8. Boil on, adding water if it seems to get too thick..

Once the desirable consistency is reached, it's probably ready to be served. Maybe you would do well to separately try the onions at times, they can get tricky, some people don't like them too hard and what you want you probably know better than I do.

I very much like it with eliche (spirally pasta) or farfalle (butterfly-like). Preferred cheese is Emmentaler (which will probably be called 'Swiss cheese' in your America), cheddar does nicely too.. Parmesan is not good at all on it I've found.


Try it, eat it. Comment, improve.

And don't blame me if you buy shitty sausages.


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Re: Jerksauce (Pasta hotdog sauce) [Re: PjS]
    #1847892 - 08/25/03 11:55 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

You guys are SO unhealthy!

5 Hot Dogs?!!!

:smile:

Peace


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Re: Jerksauce (Pasta hotdog sauce) [Re: Dozer]
    #1848505 - 08/25/03 04:03 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

hyv??! :grin:


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Re: Jerksauce (Pasta hotdog sauce) [Re: PjS]
    #1861123 - 08/29/03 12:59 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)



This is about what it looks like, even though that picture makes it kind of look like dog vomit..

Anyone wanna pay for a photography class?


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Re: Jerksauce (Pasta hotdog sauce) [Re: PjS]
    #1879289 - 09/03/03 11:34 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Not too sure about this one, but to each his own!


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