Thanks to Skip Torpak, I now have the key to my daughter’s unending happiness… he shared with me the recipe and technique for How to Make Leberkase! Of course, nothing is easier than going to a German Butcher or German Deli and buying it… but what if you are in an are where there just isn’t one? Also, buying Leberkase can get a bit expensive. My Oma would laugh to think of Leberkase as a gourmet delicacy, but that is how the price seems.
Making your own Leberkase is cheaper, and you have control of what goes in to the recipe. Or, like Skip, you can add extras to make your own signature Leberkase Recipe.
How to Make Leberkase
Follow this Leberkase Recipe to make Leberkase at HOME
At this point, you can eat it… warm or cold… or slice and fry it, maybe even with an egg on top.
Where to find Curing Salt
You need Curing Salt to make it work
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