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post #1 of 6
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Grilled up some brats and Italians today for lunch that I made on Sunday, they were good but not great. It was all pre-packaged spices and I think were a bit bland. I think next batch I will kick up the heat with some crushed red peppers and maybe some tobasco mixed in. I think it was a good idea to start with the pre-package but now I can start changing a few things to make some really good sausages.
post #2 of 6
We do the same thing, go standard then kick it up if necessary. LOL, then we try in on the neighbors and they try it icon_eek.gif YEOW!! Man that's hot!!!
I guess our taste buds have wore out over the years. PDT_Armataz_01_22.gif
post #3 of 6
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Funny thing is I never used to eat spicey foods but once I got a taste for the hot stuff I things hotter than most people I know. The only spice I ever heard of growing up was salt, no kidding my mom and dad did not cook with anything spicey at all not even plain ol black pepper. Once I got a bit older and started trying some things I found that I actually like spicey stuff, a lot.
post #4 of 6
twister make sure you share your "twist's " here on smf , cause i for one have been lookin for a non packaged sausage magic....seem's most the pre-pack's are lacking in both heat and flavor. i have only done sausage a few times and havent had much luck with flavor's other then the smoke taste being pretty good..........
post #5 of 6
Pepper's hotness. capasicum..ot something like that... lasts DAYS. Or it affects your taste for days. You really do build up a short term tolerance to it. Soo..if ya eat spicy every few days, it isn't so spicy to you. Interesting for folks who "don't like hot" <not because of medical/digestion issues> because they could just stick with it for a week....
post #6 of 6
Store bought "pre-packs" are like any other "homemade" recipe. After you have tried it, if you like the basic taste; then season the "base recipe" to fit your taste buds. Only difference is removing or cutting down on a spice is next to impossible.
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