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Old 10-19-2009, 02:11 PM   #1
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Gutta - Breakfast Fud (pics)

Thanks again to RaggedyGT for the recipe!

I was able to churn out a loaf of Gutta this weekend, and while it wasn't as spicy as I remember, it was delicious!

So the story behind this is, I had some Gutta when I stayed with some friends in Georgia. I loved it! However, its not available in any of the stores up here in Yankee-ville. In the other breakfast thread, RaggedyGT posted a recipe for me, and I tried it this weekend.

Gutta is like a loaf of meat bound together with oatmeal. It tastes like mild sausage, but with a different, smoother flavor and consistency.

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Not so appealing in "loaf" form. This is after cooking and cooling in a loaf pan, then pulled out to slice up.

Slice 1/2" thick and fry.

Falling apart a little, I don't think I left enough fat in.

Breakfast!


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And the recipe if anyone is interested in trying it.

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GUTTA

1 1/4 lbs. ground beef
2 lbs. sausage
1 1/2 tsp. sage
2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. pepper
1/4 tsp. celery salt
1 bay leaf
2 slices bacon
3 1/2 c. oatmeal
4-5 c. water

Simmer water and spices. Brown ground beef and sausage leaving a little grease and add this to water. Cook this mixture until well blended.

Add oatmeal. Cook and stir oatmeal until very thick and pulls away from pan. It may be necessary to add 1 cup water before oatmeal is fully cooked.

Pour gutta into greased loaf pan and let cool. After cooled, gutta can be sliced into 1/2 inch slices. Fry until brown and crisp. No grease necessary to fry gutta. Good with eggs for breakfast or lunch.
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Looks delicious! And the oatmeal keeps it healthy!

Sorry, though, sir. You need a bread product to make that breakfast plate complete. Fresh biscuits would do the trick, or Grands if you're lazy like me.
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It does look good. Looks like a breakfast patty in brick form. Now put all of what's on that plate between a bagel.
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Looks delicious! And the oatmeal keeps it healthy!

Sorry, though, sir. You need a bread product to make that breakfast plate complete. Fresh biscuits would do the trick, or Grands if you're lazy like me.
For you Carp, anything!



Note: i usually default to the "breakfast sammy". Eggs + whatever meat on toast, folded and dipped in the runny egg yolk.
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Note: i usually default to the "breakfast sammy". Eggs + whatever meat on toast, folded and dipped in the runny egg yolk.
and there you have it. I'm actually drooling. If there's a glass of decent OJ in the background, I'm just gonna start sneaking into your house on weekend mornings and swiping stuff off the table.
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and there you have it. I'm actually drooling. If there's a glass of decent OJ in the background, I'm just gonna start sneaking into your house on weekend mornings and swiping stuff off the table.
Awww shucks, wish I could deliver on that one. With my GERD, I can't have milk or OJ in the morning. However, there was a nice glass of Apple Juice.
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Fresh biscuits would do the trick, or Grands if you're lazy like me.
Am I the only one who loves Grands and/or Hunry Jack Flakey layer biscuits better than anyones homade?
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jev, What do you think it needs to spice it up a bit? Cayenne and blackpepper?

I had never heard of this before the thread last week. Sent the recipe home and the wife picked up the stuff today.

Anyone else had this before? Anyone have a different recipe worth trying?
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Am I the only one who loves Grands and/or Hunry Jack Flakey layer biscuits better than anyones homade?
Yeah Grands are way better than my homemade biscuits. Never had the Hungry Jack.

Some things you realize are just better premade. Somethings are worth the extra work to make from scratch.

For example, I've not met a frozen or deli pizza that can match my wife's homemade pizza.

Also, I've never had a cookie that could match my homebacked chocolate chip cookies.

However, I'll never make pancakes or waffles from scratch. The mixes are just better, and easier.
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Am I the only one who loves Grands and/or Hunry Jack Flakey layer biscuits better than anyones homade?
It is close for me... And I know making them by hand is probably better for you since they're not processed/frozen... but when I'm already making bacon, eggs, sausage gravy, hashbrowns, etc... popping them out of the tube and into the oven is just too easy... Grands Flaky Layers are pretty damn good though.
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jev, What do you think it needs to spice it up a bit? Cayenne and blackpepper?

I had never heard of this before the thread last week. Sent the recipe home and the wife picked up the stuff today.

Anyone else had this before? Anyone have a different recipe worth trying?
Well first off, I went a little light on the pepper in the recipe. I wished I hadn't. Put in the whole 1/2 teaspoon. It'll turn the water dark brown. That's a good thing.

Second, I skipped the sage because 1/2 of my sausage tubes were sage flavored. I was wanting a little more sage.

Also, I think my recipe was lacking in fat because I skimped on the 2 slices of bacon, and I drained more grease than I should've.

Beyond that, I'd make it once and decide for yourself what spices it needs.
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Am I the only one who loves Grands and/or Hunry Jack Flakey layer biscuits better than anyones homade?
They are an ok product, the problem is whatever kind of shortening they use has a particular aftertaste. It just gets in the way of the meal. Not bad just not as good as home made.

Home made biscuits can be bad as well. But not mine, they are what a biscuit should be.

The Hungry Jack Flakey are not really a biscuit as much as a round croissant. So all you guys that hate the french better hate those too...

Your Gutta looks like uptown Scrapple. That's a compliment. Although Scrapple uses parts with more distinct flavors.


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They are an ok product, the problem is whatever kind of shortening they use has a particular aftertaste. It just gets in the way of the meal. Not bad just not as good as home made.

Home made biscuits can be bad as well. But not mine, they are what a biscuit should be.

The Hungry Jack Flakey are not really a biscuit as much as a round croissant. So all you guys that hate the french better hate those too...

Your Gutta looks like uptown Scrapple. That's a compliment. Although Scrapple uses parts with more distinct flavors.


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I'd never heard of Scrapple before, but it sounds similar.
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Scrapple is basically a corn mush bound product with livers and that kind of stuff.

Fried scrapple sandwich with an egg over easy on top with lots of hot sauce may not kill a hangover but it's a good start.


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mmeans, I'd say "prove it" on your biscuits, but I've had home made biscuits from Tennessee, Alabama, Louisiana and Texas made by grandmothers of State Fair Blue Ribbon winners. I disgrace them all by secretly liking canned biscuits...
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If you like the aftertaste then so be it. Your dollar your choice. I'd rather taste butter.


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could you teleport me a couple? just for scientific purposes?
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Everytime I try they seem to disappear from the transport plate...

Nothing wrong with the canned biscuits like I said. If you like them then that is what matters.

Get a can of the regular ones, pull a biscuit off, poke a hole in the side with your pinky or a small knife, insert a few small marshmallows and some roasted pecan pieces, pinch the hole closed, get it back ti biscuit shape and baker per can.

Once done pull from oven and serve, maybe with say honey.


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where I come from that is scrapple, where my O L is from it is combined with cornmeal not oatmeal and called pon-hoss
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jev, What do you think it needs to spice it up a bit? Cayenne and blackpepper?

I had never heard of this before the thread last week. Sent the recipe home and the wife picked up the stuff today.

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Hey DaHowie, please let me know how it turns out!
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Hmmmm, my doctor did recommend that I eat more oatmeal. I may have to give this one a try.
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Everytime I try they seem to disappear from the transport plate...

Nothing wrong with the canned biscuits like I said. If you like them then that is what matters.

Get a can of the regular ones, pull a biscuit off, poke a hole in the side with your pinky or a small knife, insert a few small marshmallows and some roasted pecan pieces, pinch the hole closed, get it back ti biscuit shape and baker per can.

Once done pull from oven and serve, maybe with say honey.


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Sounds good! Maybe with some cinimon and brown sugar butter...
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