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Blutwurst/leberwurst surprise

I know the season for these is over, but here is a recipe that will make fans out of people who won't touch the stuff.

Take equal parts of both wursts out of casings. Mash together with a fork or pastry blender and spread in an ungreased baking dish (covered or without). This layer should be at least an inch thick or more.

Thinly slice enough onions to cover this bottom layer with a similar thick layer of onion. I use a mandolin or processor to get thin slices.

Do step two again with peeled potatoes, sliced thin.

Bake 25-30 minutes in a 180C oven. I like to keep mine covered, but both ways do well.

No oil or butter is needed. Dish it up with some salad. Any hot sauce goes well too.
My wife will not touch wursts, but she fights me for this stuff.
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