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queenscook Oct 23, 2012 03:18 PM

I'm thinking of making this recipe, but don't know the best type of sausage to use, in terms of what is available kosher. Any advice?

http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/sau...

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    Moishefrompardes Oct 24, 2012 08:29 PM

    if i was cooking at home*, yep international has a keilbasa, but you could probably slice their larger garlic sausages to the same effect, they are kind of like a saucisson d'ail in there cooking applications.

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      ahuva Oct 23, 2012 07:42 PM

      I like the International brand of veal sausage, personally -

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        georgeliot Oct 23, 2012 04:29 PM

        Season's sells International Glatt polish kielbasa , or garlic ring. Season's also had an assortment of Jack's Brand sausages , back when I needed them for a recipe.

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        1. re: georgeliot
          queenscook Oct 23, 2012 05:05 PM

          Yes, I just bought Jack's Jerk-flavored sausage just today, and looked at all the available varieties (chorizo, Italian, etc.), but nothing looked right for this recipe. The Polish kielbasa sounds promising, though.

          1. re: queenscook
            gotcholent Oct 23, 2012 06:05 PM

            Meal Mart and Agristar both make kielbasa that are readily available and would work sublimely for your application. The Turkey sausages mentioned above are smoked and will hijack the subtleties in your flavor profile.

            1. re: gotcholent
              queenscook Oct 23, 2012 06:08 PM

              Thanks, Ari. I'll be on the lookout for these.

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                DeisCane Oct 24, 2012 07:59 AM

                There are multiple varieties of Polish kielbasi and some are indeed smoked. Given the generic nature of the recipe, we can't be sure which was the intended flavor profile from the sausage. If he wants a smokey flavor, there shouldn't be anything wrong with going with a smoked sausage.

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              DeisCane Oct 23, 2012 05:07 PM

              You might be best off with the spiciest/garlickiest hot dog you can find. I think A&H makes a garlic dog. There's also an Israeil brand that makes spicy turkey dogs. It has an orange case.

              1. re: DeisCane
                queenscook Oct 23, 2012 05:10 PM

                Thanks. I know I like A & H brand; it's my preferred brand of hot dogs, so I'll look for this flavor.

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