Falu sausage as kebab
If you are tired of the old regular recipes with falukorv - try this! It's an easy way to make cheap kebab meat at home.
I have used this recipe mainly for the kebab rolls that can be seen in the pictures. Putting the meat with lettuce, tomato, cucumber, red onion, kebab sauce and a little sriracha sauce in a flatbread or liba bread is really good as a lunch at work or with the family in the evening.
I have recipes for both kebab sauce and sriracha hot sauce, but of course you can use store bought sauces instead. When I took the pictures I used kebab roll bread from 'schysst käk' which was really good.
The meat can be cooked both in a frying pan and in the oven. I like to fry the meat in butter and think it turns out well, but in the oven you can make larger quantities at the same time, which makes it easier when you cook all the meat in one session. I pack the slices very tightly on the tray as they shrink during cooking, but it is a challenge to fit everything on 2 trays.
|Energy||2479.38 kcal||619.85 kcal||290 kcal|
|Carbohydrates||37.53 g||9.38 g||4.39 g|
|Fat||225.37 g||56.34 g||26.36 g|
|Protein||74.3 g||18.57 g||8.69 g|
|Sugar||4.62 g||1.15 g||0.54 g|
|Salt||14.45 g||3.61 g||1.69 g|
* The nutritional information provided is approximate and is calculated using the ingredients available in the database. Info will vary based on cooking methods and brands of ingredients used.
- Mix the oil and spices.
- Slice the falu sausage with a cheese slicer. Place the strips in a plastic bag or bowl (with a lid), pour in the spice mixture and mix well.
- Leave to marinate for 2-4 hours.
- Fry the meat in batches in a frying pan with a little butter on medium-high heat until it has a nice colour.
- Place the meat on baking sheets with baking paper. Cook in a 200°C oven, 15-20 minutes until the meat has a nice color. The time can vary quite a bit depending on which falu sausage is used and how thick the slices are, so keep an eye on it while they are cooking.