ground bologna sandwiches

May 27, 2010 by


interestingly enough, everything in this recipe i have refused to eat at one point or another in my life and 3/4 of it i still won’t eat (raw onion, pickles and miracle whip).  when i was little, i even boycotted sandwiches (until i tried subway).  but when all of these ingredients come together, they make one delicious sandwich that i enjoy.

and you MUST use koegel’s ring bologna for this recipe.  it’s the only bologna that i’ll eat.  can you tell i’m a tad on the picky side this post?  or maybe it’s because i’m from flint and appreciate good bologna and hot dogs.  or maybe i’m just picky about all food… 🙂

oh! and of course, the key to this recipe is an awesome meat grinder.  i use a kitchenaid meat grinder, which conveniently attaches to my mixer.  (thanks to bran for finding the grinder on clearance and thanks to aunt carol for the mixer! 🙂 )

  • 1 pkg. koegel ring bologna, casing removed, chopped into chunks small enough to fit in meat grinder
  • 1/4 vidalia onion, chopped
  • 1/2 c miracle whip
  • 2 tbsp relish (i prefer dill over sweet)
  1. using a coarse plate, grind your bologna chunks.  follow the bologna with onion chunks.  this cleans out any excess bologna.
  2. with a spatula, mix the bologna and onion, fold in miracle whip and relish.
  3. serve as pictured on a bun or any other bread that you would like.

enjoy!

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  1. It is really good just on crackers even!!! Grandma Clark would add mustard and grated cheese, put it in a hot dog bun, wrap it in foil, and bake until it is heated through. Her recipe them Hush Puppies. 🙂

    • Jess

      I’ll have to try the Grandma Clark method… sounds pretty tasty. 🙂

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