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Published on Aug 24, 2016
Haslet - pronounced 'hazelet' - is a slicing loaf of pork, liver and sometimes other offal. Haslet originally comes from Lincolnshire in England, and the seasoning is somewhat similar to the of Lincolnshire pork sausage. Haslet is usually sliced when cold and served with a salad or in a sandwich.
I mentioned the seasoning mix in the video - it's something like 4 parts salt, 1 part white pepper, 1 part ground black pepper, 2 parts dried sage, 1 part mace, 1 part allspice. And yes, we also have fresh sage in the recipe, because this should taste herby!