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Old 12-20-2010, 09:06 PM   #11
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We made the dish last night. It was very tasty but we managed to confine ourselves to eating only half the loaf and all of the tasty potatoes. Because the flavor was vaguely similar to bangers, I think we'll eat the balance tonight with mashed potatoes and onion gravy.
I'm glad you liked it. I like the leftovers as cold cuts. If you want the Danish name for mock armadillo, as opposed to mock hare, it's "forloren bæltedyr". A Danish friend served it and a guest said, that isn't "forloren hare", it's "forloren bæltedyr". I had never come across the word for armadillo in Danish before, but it was kind of obvious - "bælte" is the adjective form of "belt" and "dyr" is animal.
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Old 12-21-2010, 05:52 PM   #12
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That looks awesome. I wrap ground pork (sausage) in bacon all the time for the smoker, now I'll have to do one of these pork meatloaves like that. I love ground pork. This is right up my alley.
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I should mention, it's a good idea to turn the broiler on for a few minutes when it's done, to make sure the bacon is a nice colour. Keep an eye on it and don't burn it. It only takes 1-5 minutes under the broiler.
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Old 06-24-2012, 12:27 PM   #14
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Tax Lady,

Thanks for posting your Danish recipe ... I was in Copenhagen two years ago, however, we had mostly seafood and fish ... and of course some "chef michelin"
cuisine ... This looks like a good hearty meal for the autumn months ... Shall put it on the List for Autumn ...

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Mock Armadillo (Danish meatloaf) It's actually called "forloren hare", which means mock hare, but the bacon makes it more of an armadillo :wink: [LIST] [*]500 grams ground pork [*]1.5 tsp salt, but use less if using "rullepølse" stock [*]0.5 tsp pepper [*]1 tsp marjoram [*]1 egg [*]3 cloves garlic, minced or pressed through a garlic press [*]2 dl.* pork stock [*]1 dl.* flour [*]enough bacon strips to cover the loaf [/LIST] [LIST=1] [*]Stir the meat, salt, pepper, and marjoram until it looks like it will hold together. [*]Add the egg and the minced garlic and stir. Then add the liquid, a little at a time. [*]Last, add the flour and stir. Add more liquid if the dough is too firm. [*]Heat oven to 200 degrees C (392 F). [*]Put the dough in the fridge for at least 10 minutes. [*]Put the dough in the middle of a roasting pan in the shape of a loaf. [*]Cover loaf with strips of bacon. [*]Put the loaf in the oven for 45 minutes. You can check with a skewer that the loaf is firm and the juices run clear. Or check that it's at 165 deg F (~75 C) with a meat thermometer. [/LIST] * dl = decilitre (0.1 litre) We like to cook potato wedges with the meatloaf. [IMG]http://lh6.ggpht.com/_U40lSLlsmxs/TQmguczTcFI/AAAAAAAAIhw/GQ2ALJqAxzw/s512/IMG_2337.JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_U40lSLlsmxs/TQmg0phYFuI/AAAAAAAAIh0/sfM8KF2Cq5U/s640/IMG_2340.JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://lh5.ggpht.com/_U40lSLlsmxs/TQmhIkWN_AI/AAAAAAAAIiE/J_jDs0UHbRI/s640/IMG_2347.JPG[/IMG] 5 stars 1 reviews
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