Our Amish Scrapple can be prepared a day ahead and fried up when you're craving something hearty and flavorful. I’ve spent almost three decades exploring Amish settlements and kitchens from Maine to Montana and almost everywhere in between. teriskitchen.com/pa-dutch-recipes/homemade-scrapple-pon-haus.html Our Amish Scrapple can be prepared a day ahead and fried up when you're craving something hearty and flavorful. (Editor's note: Amount of flour to be added will vary widely depending on the meat used; add flour one cup at a time until broth is a thick paste.) Add slices; cook until both sides are browned. Amish Scrapple is a Pennsylvania Dutch, breakfast favorite that's made from pork, cornmeal, and just a few more ingredients. Copyright © 2000 - 2020 Amish 365 | Powered by Feast Co & Touch The Road. Refrigerate, covered, for 8 hours or overnight. I’ll occasionally throw in stories of my travels, journalism adventures (I’m a Pulitzer prize-nominated journalist), fascination with grocery stores and Kmarts, and much more! Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. The gas stove and refrigerator along with traditional Formica countertops show this settlement is a bit more progressive. Apr 9, 2017 - Head into any supermarket in Pennsylvania Dutch country and you're sure to find this breakfast side dish classic. It is more widely known by the name “scrapple.” As the name implies, this is a pork dish comprised largely of “scraps”, portions of the pig that might not be part of one’s Christmas ham. Future videos will feature less of me, and more of the kitchens and food. Remove from heat; stir in sausage mixture. loaf pan. Transfer the scrapple to greased loaf pans Allow mixture to set for about one hour, giving it time to set up. —Marion Lowery, Medford, Oregon, Amish Apple Scrapple Recipe photo by Taste of Home. After the pork simmers 20 minutes, add this flour mixture to the simmering broth, sprinkling it in gradually, stirring constantly. By Kevin Williams, Amish Cook Editor Editor’s Note: This is a pilot of a sample series where we’ll visit a variety of Amish kitchens. Pour into loaf pans. In a large skillet, heat remaining butter over medium heat. In a large skillet, cook sausage and onion over medium-high heat until sausage is no longer pink and onion is tender. HOMEMADE SCRAPPLE. Other more conservative Amish settlements still use ice-houses and cellars for food storage. A favorite dish among the Amish at hog butchering time is a dish known as pon hoss (or haus). It is becoming a lost art. Our Amish Scrapple can be prepared a day ahead and fried up when you're craving something hearty and flavorful. Amish365 » Inside Amish Kitchens: Scrapple. Slice the scrapple into 1/4 inch slices. Return to a boil. The next day, slice and fry over medium-high heat until golden brown on each side. The aroma of this when it's cooking at breakfast time takes me back to my days growing up in Pennsylvania. Over medium heat in large pot, cook pork until tender. I am an author and editor who has been chronicling Amish culinary culture for over 20 years, visiting Plain settlements from Maine to Montana. They can tell you Grandma made scrapple but not what her recipe was. Oct 27, 2018 - Head into any supermarket in Pennsylvania Dutch country and you're sure to find this breakfast side dish classic. Some Amish call this "pon hoss". Whether it’s butchering beef, pork, or poultry, the cold months mean stocking up on meat. To learn more about who I am and what I do, click here. Remove from skillet; set aside. After oil has become hot, add slices of scrapple, making sure pieces are not touching, or they will … Season with salt and pepper. Simmer gently for 1 hour on the lowest heat possible, stirring frequently.