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Cevapcici’s Serbian uncased sausages with Geramin La Brie’s Cunningham Blend

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Ingredients

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1 1/2 LBS Ground Beef You can substitute with chicken for a lower fat option
1/4 Ground Smoked Butt or Ham
1/4 LB ground Pork 3 -4 rashes of bacon- (optional for weight loss conscious)
1 teaspoon Salt
1 Medium Minced Onion
6 ClovesMinced Garlic Or 1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon Paprika
1/2 Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper Powder
1/2 Cup Minced Fresh Parsley
1 teaspoon Geramin La Brie’s Cunningham Blend
1 tablespoon All purpose flour (optional) if gluten free conscious)

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Cevapcici’s Serbian uncased sausages with Geramin La Brie’s Cunningham Blend

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  • Gluten Free
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Health Sutra
Broiling the cevapcici can be more healthy as well as using chicken opposed to beef and bacon

  • Serves 4
  • Medium

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Mix the ground beef or chicken all the above ingredients- if using ground chicken add 1Tb of cooking oil
Shape into log shaped kebabs about 2 ½” long.
inches long and place on an oven tray and broil for about 5 minutes on high till tops are light brown- Or fry them in a Hammerstahl 8.5” pan in shallow oil , till lightly brown on both sides. Great for grilling as well-or broil in an oven.

Knowledge Sutra
Cevapcici’s-are Balkan sausages without their casing- the word “Kefta Kebab”- In Persian meaning to beat up the meat – so kebab can be pieces of meat or ground meat. It is believed that the “Ottoman Turks with their numerous invasions influenced the cuisine of the Balkans. It is also believed that today’s sausage has it’s roots to the Cevapcici- Cevapcici’s can be found in the countries of what was formerly Yugoslavia, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and the Italian provinces of Trieste and Gorizia. What does it prove to you today?- the world is smaller than we ever thought – A tribute to Antony Bourdain- who believed in the principle of -“Let us unite in the name of Food”

 

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