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Old 02-20-2013, 11:00 AM
 
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Thanks for the info, kjbrill. I'll have to reduce the recipe, as there's only 3 of us, but I'm looking forward to trying it out.
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:40 AM
 
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Thanks for the info, kjbrill. I'll have to reduce the recipe, as there's only 3 of us, but I'm looking forward to trying it out.
Hey man, 3 of you can eat it up in a hurry. As I said there are many recipe variations. The quick recipes usually call for ground beef and pork sausage. I have never tried them so should not comment. We cook and grind our own meat and that is when we introduce the onion, carrots, celery stalks, bay leaves and thyme. The veggies lend a taste to the stock for when we cook the pin oats. Here in Cincinnati we use the steel-cut pin oats under the Dorsels label produced in Indiana.

We use the standard grocery store aluminum foil loaf pans, like you would make meat loaf in, to put up our goetta. Fill the pan up and cover the top with some plastic wrap to keep out the air. Stick it in the freezer and it will last several months.

Everyone to their own taste. For me the greatest applicance I ever purchased was my Kitchen Aid mixer with the meat grinder attachment. I know I have posted earlier while making a batch of goetta is puch the plunger down too far into the meat grinder, breaking the housing in half. So here I am making goetta with a bunch of cooked meat, oats on the store, and a busted meat grinder. So off I go in the car, after three stores, I think the first one was Kohls, the second Target, I get to Meijer and whoopee a meat grinder attachment. I pay attention and say to myself this is going to fit. It did, I gound up the rest of the meat and finished the goetta. Everytime I get an opportunity I have to say Great Kitchen Aid. You not only make geat lasting appliances, but you keep the designs compatible.
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