What primary ingredients are used to make Vienna sausages?


The primary ingredients for Vienna Sausages include: mechanically separated chicken, pork, water, salt, corn syrup, hydrolyzed soy and potato protein. They are usually served in cans of seven ten meter long sausages. One can contains 320 calories.
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vienna sausage: short slender frankfurter usually with ends cut off
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Vienna sausage was invented by a butcher from Frankfurt who moved to Vienna. It is a kind of sausage that is also called a Frankfurter. In North America the term Vienna sausage often means a smaller and shorter smoked and canned wieners. They are mainly made from pork, but can also be made with beef, turkey, or chicken. They are finely ground to a paste consistency and mixed with salt and spices, most notably mustard. They are then stuffed into a long casing and sometimes smoked. They are cooked and then the casings are removed, then they are cut and placed into cans for further cooking. Some are canned with chili or barbecue sauce.
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