This is a recipe that I've had forever and is still an oldie but goodie. You can find this in the cold cuts section of your grocery. It definitely has it's own distinct taste and is described as a smoked liverwurst. Serve with crackers. Serving size is a total guess.
Originally from a local Methodist church's cookbookbook, published over 20 years ago. If you like braunschwiger, you'll love this! This may be made ahead and frozen.Prep time does not include chilling time.
LIVER SAUSAGE AND BRAUNSCHWEIGER These are cured sausages traditionally made from pork liver and pork hearts. Braunschweiger is smoked after cooking, hence the "braun" in the name. They are best stuffed into beef middles as fibrous casings do not shrink with the sausage. This particular recipe is a modified version of the previous and has much better flavor and texture. The main difference is the addition of chicken liver and beef liver. The amounts of the various meats are not critical and just represent the amounts I ended up with and weighed on a gram scale. You can divide by 450 to get pounds. Source: Jack Schmidling Productions, Inc.