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Prepare your smoker and set to 120-130 degrees Hang your deer meat summer sausage inside the smoker and add your favorite smoking wood …

1. Cut your deer meat and pork fat to a size that you can feed into your meat grinder and weigh it.
2. Add all ingredients except the Fermento and water and mix well. Mixing all ingredients before grinding will help mix them into the meat as it is ground.
3. If the meat is still good and cold then feed it through the large die on your meat grinder. If the meat is not cold place it into the freezer for a few minutes to get it there.
4. Place your first run of ground deer meat and pork fat in the freezer to get it cold then run it through the small die on your meat grinder for the final grind.

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Smoked Venison Summer Sausage Recipe - Game & Fish. 1 teaspoon paprika 1 teaspoon black pepper 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder Directions: When ready to cook, set the smoker temperature to 225 degrees and preheat with lid closed for 15 minutes. Place all ingredients in the bowl of a food processor and pulse to combine.

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1. Place the venison in a large mixing bowl. Sprinkle with the curing mixture, mustard seed, garlic salt, pepper, and liquid smoke. Mix well with your hands until the mixture is evenly blended and begins to stick together, about 2 minutes.
2. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 3 days, mixing well each day.
3. Preheat an oven to 200 degrees F (95 degrees C).
4. Divide the mixture into 5 one-pound logs, place onto a broiler pan, and place a sheet of aluminum foil on top to cover.

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teaspoons mustard seeds 2 teaspoons liquid smoke 4 tablespoons Morton Tender Quick salt DIRECTIONS Mix all together thoroughly. Form into 2-21/2" logs about 8" long. Pack tightly as possible. Wrap in aluminum foil, shiny side inches. Refrigerate for 24 hours. Take out, turn over and pierce foil several times with a fork.

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Venison Summer Sausage Ingredients 4 lbs. ground venison 3 lbs. ground pork back fat 1 tbs ground mustard seed 1 tbs coarsely ground black pepper 1 tbs salt 1 tbs sugar 1 tbs granulated garlic 1 tbs Marjoram 1 tbs crushed coriander 1 ½ tsp Insta Cure One 12 oz bottle of ice cold amber ale Optional: 20 large jalapeno peppers Cooking Instructions

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Fresh sausage making is my favorite category of wild game cookery, as it turns low-grade cuts of meat into high-grade food. My favorite sausages are fresh, meaning not cured or dried-and stuffed into hog middle casings. I like to view fresh sausages as a sort of blank slate since you can flavor them in so many different ways. This recipe makes a basic sausage

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Nov 30, 2019 - Explore Karen Kilpatrick Gregory's board "Venison summer sausage recipe", followed by 194 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about summer sausage recipes, smoked food recipes, sausage recipes.

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This Homemade Venison and Pork Sausage Recipe makes 8 pounds of sausage. Vacuum seal it in 1-pound packages, freeze, and use as needed. Ingredients: 4 pounds ground pork 4 pounds venison, cut into 1½-inch pieces 2 tablespoons sea salt 2 teaspoons coarse black pepper ¼ teaspoon nutmeg ¼ teaspoon clove ½ teaspoon allspice ½ teaspoon garlic powder

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Load casing on sausage stuffer and stuff them making sure to prevent air pockets. Tie the ends of the casings. Place sausages in the prepared smoker at 165 degrees for two hours, then increase temperature to 185 degrees for two hours. See more result ›› 27 Visit site How To Make Summer And Smoked Sausage - Step-By-Step best dehydratorlab.com

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Venison Sausage Ingredients 6 lbs of venison 3 lbs fresh pork sausage 4 tsp. sage 2 tsp. red pepper (add more for a spicier sausage) 2 tsp. brown sugar 2 tsp. allspice 6 tsp. salt 2 tsp. black pepper Instructions First, cut the venison into chunks, as if you were making a stew, and grind it.

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Here’s a very old recipe for making your own summer sausage, we also use it to make venison sausage. We’d like to share a couple of important notes about the ingredients. First of all, you’ll notice in this recipe that if you’re using venison, you’ll need to add a bit of ground beef as well. The reason for this is that venison is extremely low in natural fat, which …

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1 tsp. onion powder. 1 tsp. celery seed. 5 tbsp. tender quick salt. 1/2 tsp. liquid smoke. 2 c. cold water. Assemble seasonings in water and let set for 1 hour. Add to meat, mix thoroughly. Shape into flour logs and refrigerate 24 hours. Bake on cookie sheet at 250 degrees for 3 …

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Step 1: Take out a large mixing bowl, and now one by one add these ingredients: 2 tbsp of lean ground beef, 2 tbsp of meat curing salt blend or 4 tbsp of celery powder, 1 tsp of onion powder, ¼ tsp of ground nutmeg, 1 tbsp of mustard seed, and 6 tsp of crack black pepper. Step 2: Using hands, blend all the ingredients finely.

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Venison Summer Sausage Recipe - Old School Style Summer tip honest-food.net. Summer Sausage Tips. These apply to most dry cured sausages, not just venison summer sausage. Cut your meat and fat — it has to be either pork fat or fat trimmed off beef roasts or steaks — into chunks that fit into your grinder, add the salt, and the curing salt, toss well, and let this sit, …

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Cooking Temperature. 110-130°F & Gradually Increase to 175-190°F. When making summer sausage in electric smoker, you should first start smoking at 110-130°F until the meat reaches the desired color. Then, gradually increase the …

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Homemade Summer Sausage "A great but easy recipe to use up extra ground venison, elk, moose or beef. It can be multiplied easily and freezes very well. Serve on crackers with cheese and a great mustard sauce." Ingredients: 2 pounds ground beef 3/4 cup water 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 2 tablespoons curing salt 1 tablespoon liquid smoke flavoring

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What to do with deer sausage?

I use this sausage recipe in several different dishes, but the most common way I like to use it is to fry it up for breakfast. We also love to make Deer Sausage Casserole, Four Cheese Deer Sausage Balls, Creamy Macaroni and Sausage, Cheesy Venison and Potatoes, and our favorite, Homemade Venison Spaghetti Sauce.

Can you make venison summer sausage at home?

If you want a completely homemade recipe to make venison summer sausage, then you can read the recipe down below from our friends at LittleDairyonthePrairie. It doesn’t require to use any meat grinder, sausage stuffer or smoker. Anyone can do it at their home, with no additional tools.

Can you cook summer sausage with beef fat?

This summer sausage recipe is amazing with pure venison. But, as you see in the pictures, I added a little beef fat to it – and I’ll share why after the recipe below! Don’t worry if you you don’t have a smoker. If your oven can be set to 200 or lower, you can make sausage or jerky.

Can i make summer sausage without a fridge?

This recipe for Summer Sausage is pretty handy when you don't have a fridge or are hittin' the road. My grandmother used to practice this sausage making recipe to conserve the venison my grandfather would bring home. He was an avid hunter and in those times they couldn't afford a refrigerator.

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