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spicy Hungarian sausage & pinto beans

post #1 of 16
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I haven't had time to post much lately so today we are trying some Hungarian sausage & pinto beans. Little too spicy for her on a bun. I used regular paprika, don't have Hungarian but it is supposed to be really different.

 

I usually use ham bone or hocks so this will be interesting. I put some s&p, cumin, onion & garlic powder & whole onion in the beans last night. Beans went on low last night about 11:30.

 

Thanks for looking!

 

spicy Hungarian sausage:

 

5-lbs coarse ground pork
2-lbs coarse ground beef
1-cup cold beer
2-tbsp fresh ground black pepper
2-tbsp crushed red pepper
2-tbsp hot Hungarian paprika
2-tbsp minced fresh garlic
1-tbsp salt
1-tsp ground bay leaves
1-tsp whole anise seeds
1-tsp whole mustard seeds
1-tsp dried coriander
1-tsp brown sugar
1-tsp ground thyme

 

 

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post #2 of 16

looks good! some nice fresh baked bread would be nice with that..............

post #3 of 16

:drooling: fine lookin meal you got there.

post #4 of 16

Looks like fine eats from here......thanks for sharing the recipe.

post #5 of 16

I LIKE it. That looks like some mighty fine looking beans and sausage. You could bring that stuff over to my house anyday. Now would be a good night the wife is out late and I'm gonna be hungry but then I could fix stuff that I really like. Never Mind

post #6 of 16

Now that is a great combo of flavors to be enjoyed by the bowlful. My compliments on a nice paring. It's all good my friend.

post #7 of 16

no doubt about it, that's a great meal right there!

 

very nicely done!

 

how did you like it with the sausage compared to your usual beans cooked with a ham hock or bone?

 

i'm also curious: were the beans pretty much cooked by the time you added the sausage?

post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by wntrlnd View Post

no doubt about it, that's a great meal right there!

 

very nicely done!

 

how did you like it with the sausage compared to your usual beans cooked with a ham hock or bone?

 

i'm also curious: were the beans pretty much cooked by the time you added the sausage?

It was really good & different too. Sometimes the ham or hocks lose flavor cooking a long time, but this as more flavorful.


The beans were dry when I put them in last night, so no. I put the meat in about 8:00 this morning. They were done for supper at 5:00 but I stirred them up with my electric hand held to beak up the beans good.

post #9 of 16

Man that is some great looking chow right there

post #10 of 16

Pintos and anything with 4 legs works!

post #11 of 16

That looks SO good. I just finished eating dinner, and now I am hungry again!

Did you soak the beans at all first? Or just run with dry and let 'em cook?

post #12 of 16

Nice looking recipe.  I will add this to my file.  Thanks

post #13 of 16

Looking great. It will taste better with the Hungarian paprika.

post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by Princess View Post

That looks SO good. I just finished eating dinner, and now I am hungry again!

Did you soak the beans at all first? Or just run with dry and let 'em cook?


The beans were dry when I put them in last night, so no.

post #15 of 16

Nice (BRRRIIIIIIPPPPP!!!!) job............

post #16 of 16
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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

Nice (BRRRIIIIIIPPPPP!!!!) job............


Doctor says I need more fiber lol

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