Scrapple, also known by the Pennsylvania Dutch name panhaas or "pan rabbit,"
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Scrapple is an old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe called Pon Haus. Traditionally, it is
made from cooked pork and cornmeal that is molded in a loaf pan and then ...
You've landed here for one of two reasons. 1) You grew up on scrapple and now
live in a region that doesn't sell it. (Like Me). OR. 2) Scrapple is available where ...
Jun 24, 2015 ... Make your own scrapple! An easy recipe with a few kitchen ingredients, just like
you remember from back home. For the printed recipe visit my ...
Dec 5, 2012 ... Grandmom, Rick Medice and Richie making scrapple, following the recipe used
when the Gaskills owned the Meatland chain of grocery stores.
For the uninitiated, scrapple is a mixture of cereal grains cooked in broth with
pork meat. The grains can vary, depending on the region. The Philadelphia
Results 1 - 10 of 58 ... 5 ingredients. Dissolve scrapple in liquid and bring to ... cups of cornmeal while
cooking, always stirring. Place mixture in pans to harden.
I was raised on this in Philadelphia and I combined several recipes in developing
this ORIGINAL and AUTHENTIC RECIPE!
Homemade Scrapple. (20 servings) Printable Version. 1 cup wheat flour; 2 cups
cornmeal; 2 quarts pork broth; 1 pound head meat; 4 cups buckwheat flour; 1/4 ...
Aug 22, 2008 ... Start with a few pounds of pork. I like a more traditional style scrapple, so for this
batch I'll be using pork neck bones, pig's feet, pork heart, and ...