How To Cook Deer Sausage: The Easy and Simple Guide You Need
Congratulations! You have now caught and dressed your deer, giving you delicious venison to enjoy. It's the perfect way to end your expedition, as you'll have the chance to prepare and serve the meat, a showcase of your hard work on the field! A simple and easy way to serve venison is as a sausage style. It's perfect for a camping-themed party! But how to cook deer sausage?
I know how difficult it may be for those who aren't natural cooks. That's why I'll be showing you how to cook deer sausage for your next celebration with loved ones.
Making Deer Sausage
This recipe makes 24 to 30 sausages and takes two hours to prepare and 12 hours to cook.
- 1Mix the sugar, mustard feet, salt, pepper, and garlic powder with the meats. Add it to the grinder once the ingredients are combined well. Grind everything well.
- 2Place the ground meat in a mechanical sausage stuffer, ensuring that you have pushed out all air out of it so there won't be any air pockets in the sausage.
- 3Fill the pork casing with the ground meat mixture. Once everything is filled, fold and pinch the center of your sausages in half. Pinch and twist them into sausage links two at a time. Pull the leg of the sausage through the center whenever you make it twist.
- 4Hang the sausages in a smokehouse or put it in a smoke for about eight to twelve hours.
Here's an excellent video teaching you how to make deer sausages:
How To Cook Deer Sausage
There are a ton of ways where you can cook deer sausages. I'll be teaching you two of the simplest recipes.
Extra Tips on Cooking Deer Sausages
Here are more tips to ensure that the sausages come out tender and juicy, just how everyone will love them!
If you are planning a camping themed party, you shouldn't only prepare camping party decorations, but food suitable for the occasion you're preparing for. And with deer sausage, you have a fantastic way to serve your venison, straight from the camp and butcher with a lot of stories to share. Even if it isn't for a camping party, you can prepare it for any time of the year, may it be during your expedition or at home.
I hope that this article on how to cook deer sausage helped you out! So don't wait any longer and begin preparing your venison for a new dish today.
If you have any questions or would like to share your tips and recipes for cooking deer meat, then comment down below. I would love to hear what you have to think!