How To Make Deer Sausage Instructions Using Witts Smoked Sausage Seasoning

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How To Make 100 lb. Batch of Deer/Beef Sausage

Start with 80 lbs of [as chilled as possible - semi-frozen works great] deer or beef that has been trimmed of most of the fat, and add 20 lbs. of (80/20) lean pork trimmings (boneless pork shoulder butts will work for this if you don't have access to a butcher shop).

 Grind meat through a coarse grinder plate.

Add the 4 oz. packet of Sodium Nitrite [also called Speed Cure, Quick Cure or InstaCure] to 10 lbs. [20 cups] of ice cold water and mix with a electric mixer.  Then add the 5 lb. 10 oz. bag of Witts Sausage Seasoning and mix thoroughly again.

Then add this cure to the coarse ground mixture of deer and pork.  Stir for 5 minutes until the liquid cure mix is thoroughly mixed into the deer/pork .

Then grind this mixture through a fine grinder plate.

Stuff the raw deer sausage into fibrous casings that have been soaked in lukewarm water for 30 minutes. Hold over night in refrigerator. The refrigerators' temperature should be 38° F.

Smoke/
Cook the stuffed deer/beef sausage to internal temperature of 152
° F. You need a meat thermometer to make sure of this final temperature.  

[You can read more about the sausage smoking process by clicking here.]

Hickory smoke is the best type of smoke for deer sausage. Hickory sawdust works better than hickory chips.

 

 

How To Make 50 lb. Batch of Deer/Beef Sausage

Start with 40 lbs of [as chilled as possible - semi-frozen works great] deer or beef that has been trimmed of most of the fat, and add 10 lbs. of (80/20) lean pork trimmings (boneless pork shoulder butts will work for this if you don't have access to a butcher shop).

 Grind meat through a coarse grinder plate.

Add the 2 oz. packet of Sodium Nitrite [also called Speed Cure, Quick Cure or InstaCure] to 5 lbs. [10 cups] of ice cold water and mix with a electric mixer.  Then add the  bag of Witts Sausage Seasoning and mix thoroughly again.

Then add this cure to the coarse ground mixture of deer and pork.  Stir for 5 minutes until the liquid cure mix is thoroughly mixed into the deer/pork .

Then grind this mixture through a fine grinder plate.

Stuff the raw deer sausage into fibrous casings that have been soaked in lukewarm water for 30 minutes. Hold over night in refrigerator. The refrigerators' temperature should be 38° F.

Smoke/
Cook the stuffed deer sausage to internal temperature of 152
° F. You need a meat thermometer to make sure of this final temperature.

[You can read more about the sausage smoking process by clicking here.]

Hickory smoke is the best type of smoke for deer sausage. Hickory sawdust works better than hickory chips.

 

 

How To Make 25 lb. Batch of Deer/Beef Sausage

Start with 20 lbs of [as chilled as possible - semi-frozen works great] deer or beef that has been trimmed of most of the fat, and add 5 lbs. of (80/20) lean pork trimmings (boneless pork shoulder butts will work for this if you don't have access to a butcher shop).

 Grind meat through a coarse grinder plate.

Add the 1 oz. packet of Sodium Nitrite [also called Speed Cure, Quick Cure or InstaCure] to 2 1/2 lbs. [5 cups] of ice cold water and mix with a electric mixer.  Then add the 1 bag of Witts Sausage Seasoning  and mix thoroughly again.

Then add this cure to the coarse ground mixture of deer and pork.  Stir for 5 minutes until the liquid cure mix is thoroughly mixed into the deer/pork .

Then grind this mixture through a fine grinder plate.

Stuff the raw deer sausage into fibrous casings that have been soaked in lukewarm water for 30 minutes. Hold over night in refrigerator. The refrigerators' temperature should be 38° F.

Smoke/
Cook the stuffed deer sausage to internal temperature of 152
° F. You need a meat thermometer to make sure of this final temperature.

[You can read more about the sausage smoking process by clicking here.]

Hickory smoke is the best type of smoke for deer sausage. Hickory sawdust works better than hickory chips.

Last Updated:  Saturday, February 18, 2012 08:27 PM

 

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