2 1/2 kilos pork neck or pork shoulder
750g pork fat
5 cloves garlic
5 tsp fennel seeds
1 tbs dried chilli flakes
2 tsp white pepper
2 tbs salt
1 cup chopped parsley
1 tbs dried oregano
1. Cut all the meat into small pieces (that will fit into your mincer). Add all the ingredients to the meat. Marinate over night.
2. Place all the marinated meat through the mincer. Once minced using your hand give the mixture a good mix to make sure all the ingredients have been combined..
3. Filling sausages. Place your sausage skin over the nozzle and tie the end of the skin. Start filling the sausage casings being sure not to put any air bubbles in the sausages. and not to over fill the casings as well. If you over fill the casings the sausages may split when you try to turn them to make your required sizes sausage.
I live in Adelaide (Australia) with my husband, my two adorable Norwegian cats ( Zeus and Zena ), a chicken, and a pigeon who now also thinks that he is a chicken! My ancestry is French so it goes without saying that my favourite place is Paris. The food, culture and atmosphere of Paris is nothing short of amazing.
I am a self taught home cook who loves big flavours in food. My passion for food surfaced when I was 10 years old, watching TV chef Ian Hewitson and learning different techniques. Since then, the food of Adrian Richardson and Jamie Oliver has been my inspiration. I love how one can create a healthy full flavoured meal from just the simplest of ingredients. I especially love chilli and garlic and use them in most of my food.
I enjoy hosting dinner parties for friends and family. Curries and rustic style dishes are my firm favorites and I know that my family and friends all agree! Just place it all in the middle of the table and let everyone help themselves enjoying great food with good company.
I create flavoursome low calorie recipes which are featured on the internationally known website Weigh Yourself Slim.
Whilst I enjoy cooking I still love to go out to restaurants, especially when you discover ones with amazing food and that you must try and replicate at home!
So welcome to CCKFOOD. It is my creative playground where I am able to share my love of good food with you all. Enjoy.