Saturday, January 10, 2009

Salt Pork Patties

1 lb salt pork, chopped fine
1/2 large onion, chopped fine
2 large eggs whipped
1/2 cup stove top stuffing for chicken crumbed fine
1/2 cup stove top stuffing as you get it from the package

Mix all together. If you don't like salt pork, or are on a salt restricted diet use regular ground pork. Another way to cut some of the salt from the salt pork is to soak the salt pork in milk overnight before chopping or grinding.

fry until dark brown in a skillet with some shortening in it.

Over this, I put a nice flour gravy.

Pour off the shortening from frying the patties into a can, but leave about 1 or 2 tbsp of the shortening in your skillet. Add to this an equal amount of flour and fry it for a few minutes to cook your flour up. Add to this enough milk to get your gravy to "gravy" consistency. I added NO seasoning to the gravy since the salt pork patties were so highly flavored from the salt in the pork itself as well as the onion and the seasonings of the stove top stuffing.

This was GOOD!

I served it with a can of green beans on the side.

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