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This is the one who asked for the sausage recipe yesterday, sorry I can’t post it today, Mom, yesterday I was outside so I didn’t have time.
Hope it is useful


  • 1 kg boneless chicken
  • 1 1/2 tbsp salt
  • 7 cloves of garlic
  • 7 grams of chewing
  • 8 grams of sausage seasoning
  • 4 grams of sausage aroma
  • 8 grams of soybean flour
  • 3 grams of pepper
  • 215 grams of tapioca flour
  • 250 grams of ice cubes
  • 1 piece of collagen sausage

How to make sausage

  1. Put all ingredients in a suitcase, except for ice cubes and sausage casings. Coper until well blended, add ice cubes little by little while looking at the texture of the dough.
  2. Dip the sausage casings with water briefly, put the sleeves into the funnel of the sausage making tool, set aside.
  3. Fill the dough into the sausage tool, attach the funnel that has been installed with the sausage sleeve and spray the dough into the sleeve by rotating the sausage maker.
  4. Tie each end of the sausage casing that has been filled with dough, determine the length of the sausage you want to make, then turn it into a bulkhead for each sausage made.
  5. Steam the sausage with the lowest heat for 30 minutes, remove and serve.
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