Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Stuffing Marijuana Seeds Style

There’s nothing quite like a few balls of homemade stuffing to make your roast dinner complete on a Sunday. But do you get a little tired of the same sausage, sage and onion recipe week in week out? Why not add a few marijuana seeds and try a new style of stuffing that comes with a bit of a crunch?


2 sliced onions,
25g butter (or canabutter if you happen to have some made up)
1 apple, peeled and diced
800g Cumberland sausage meat
1 Handful of sage, finely chopped
140g breadcrumbs
1 Handful marijuana seeds

Add the butter and sliced onion into a frying pan and heat for approx five minutes or until the onion is browned. Add the diced apple and briefly cook. Take the pan off the heat and leave to cool.
Once cooled, add the remaining ingredients and roll up your sleeves. Use your hands to knead the mixture together until the sage, marijuana seeds and breadcrumbs are well mixed into the sausage meat. Then roll the mixture into balls, place them on a roasting tray and pop them in the oven for 30-40 minutes.
Simple stuffing, marijuana seeds style!

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

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