Discussion in 'UK Smokers' started by kc5tpy, Feb 14, 2014.

  1. Hello all.  May I begin by saying that the extractor fan was on HIGH but I think I will be sleeping in the kitchen tonight.

    NEEDS, MUST.  This darn weather is getting me down.  Started a nice morning so I thought I would smoke some fresh sausage for tea.  WELL, as you probably know the weather didn't co-operate.

    What to do with the fresh sausage with a gale blowing and rain pouring down.  Now the warped mind starts working.  Thank goodness the wife is understanding.  So I HAD to try this.  Sorry I didn't take a before picture.

    I put the sausage in the fridge for 3 hrs. to dry the skin.  I had 2 Lincolnshire sausages, 4 tomato and chili chipolatas ( all for the missus ) and my own recipe "ring" sausage.  About 6 pecan chips, 4 cherry chips and 1 oak chip.  Used a grill pan.  10 minutes in the smoke and finished in the oven at 150c.   All came out GREAT, BUT the kitchen smells of wonderful pecan smoke.  The Missus is understanding and loved the sausage so she can live with it; "ONCE IN A WHILE".

    Told you I was desperate.

    We are rollin now.

    You can still see the smoke coming off the pan.  Straight into the pre heated oven.

    BIG lunch so just a quick easy supper of a sausage sandwich with beans and fresh veg.

    All came out GREAT.  I do have 1 chipolata left if someone would like me to ship it to them.  [​IMG]   Thanks for having a look.  Keep Smokin!

  2. markuk

    markuk Smoking Fanatic

    Great Q view

    how long did you cook after smoking ?
  3. wade

    wade Master of the Pit OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    My mouth is watering just looking at those last couple of pictures. Ship it down I will have it for breakfast [​IMG]
  4. Looks good Danny! [​IMG]

    (note to self)

    *Add sausages to the ever growing list of things for the smoker*
  5. Thanks guys.  Just an easy quick supper.  They were in the oven for another 10 mins.  Got a ribeye steak planned for tonight if the rain holds off.  Keep Smokin!


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