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post #1 of 15
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We have a couple of ring bolonas in the freezer I need to use up. What do you make with ring bologna?

post #2 of 15

What is ring balogna?

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Originally Posted by mamax3 View Post

What is ring balogna?


I was wondering the same thing.  ??? 

post #4 of 15
What is the difference between ring bologna and regular bologna? I've never heard that term either.
post #5 of 15

we always called it Kielbasa. I had to look it up to see what ring bologna was. 

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Here is the ring bologna definition, according to Wise Geek

 

 

 

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Ring bologna is a processed meat that is usually created with a mixture of beef or pork. This type of bologna draws its name from the fact that the meat is shaped into a long tubular design, not unlike link sausage. Sometimes known as ringwurst, ring bologna is over a foot long and is pliable enough to be shaped into a circle or ring.

There are two distinct types or classifications of ring bologna. Coarse ring bologna is prepared using a method of grinding the meat or meats in the recipe so that the texture of the finished product is bolder or slightly grittier than many types of processed meat products. By contrast, fine ring bologna has a texture that is smoother, much like the texture of many commercial lunchmeats.

 

 

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Originally Posted by debellafunk View Post

we always called it Kielbasa. I had to look it up to see what ring bologna was. 

 

Kielbasa is a type of Polish sausage.  Ring bologna is just bologna (cheaper).  Sausage is generally a higher quality (although still just animal parts! LOL).

post #7 of 15

Sounds kind of like a big hot dog...
I don't know about specific recipes, but I'm sure you could cut it in chunks and use it in anything you'd use hot dogs in.  Mac and cheese, or even hot dog soup.

 

I made this one several years ago, I think I may have added chili powder for a little more flavor (eta, I would have done it all on the stove top too, this one says to microwave it.  Maybe I used a different recipe, but I know the one I used was easy and came from Taste of Home--this is the one the search came up with though)

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Hot-Dog-Bean-Soup 

 

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/Hot-Dog-Soup

 

You could also cut it up and put it in chili, kind of like a chili dog.

post #8 of 15

I have never seen that before. I buy rings of kielbasa like that, but that seems like an awful lot of bologna

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You could also cut it up and put it in chili, kind of like a chili dog.

This is what I am thinking, too. Maybe lay an open hot dog bun in a bowl, put on some sliced warm bologna pieces, cover with chili and sprinkle cheese on top. Like a layered chili dog you eat with a fork. Good game day food.

post #9 of 15

My kids LOVE what I call "Bologna Boats".  Easy Breezy.

 

I boil the ring bologna to cook it. (Beef or Venison is what we use)

Make whatever kind of mashed potatoes you like.

Cut the bologna in 4 or 5 chunks.

Slice the chunks lengthwise but not all the way through.  Open them a bit so they can hold the potatoes.  This is your boat.

Put the boats in a glass baking dish.

Add a scoop of mashed potatoes in/on each boat. 

Top with shredded cheddar cheese.

Cover with tin foil and bake at 350 degrees until the cheese is melted or your potatoes are hot. (if you're using leftover potatoes)

 

I'm telling ya'... It's a hit!

post #10 of 15

We split it and fill with bbq sauce and grill, fried potatoes and bologna, jambalaya.

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