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1'st I want to say hello to everyone. This looks like a great site to learn from.

I'm smoking Venison summer Sausage without a casing and it's my 1'st time

smoking summer sausage. Can someone help me with the external temp. I

should be smoking at and also the internal temp I should have when it's done.

I am using cure and I'm not using a casing. And also when I do reach my internal

temp.will I need to give these 1lb. fattys a ice water bath even though there isn't

a casing around them?. I am doing 14 - 1 Lb. fattys.


Edited by lilmosausage - 11/26/12 at 6:05am
post #2 of 12

lilmosausage, morning and welcome to the forum.....   What is your recipe ??  Are you using cure# 1 in the mix....

1# chubs are pretty big to not be using a casing... they may collapse on you in the smoker...  I would keep the smoker temp at 160 or lower so the fat doesn't run out....  That temp will probably take 24 hours to get the IT up to 152-155....  

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Originally Posted by lilmosausage View Post

1'st I want to say hello to everyone. This looks like a great site to learn from.

I'm smoking Venison summer Sausage without a casing and it's my 1'st time

smoking summer sausage. Can someone help me with the external temp. I

should be smoking at and also the internal temp I should have when it's done.

I am using cure and I'm not using a casing. And also when I do reach my internal

temp.will I need to give these 1lb. chubs a ice water bath even though there isn't

a casing around them?. I am doing 14 1 Lb. chubs


Your basically making  Summer Sausage fatty. Since you are not using a casing i would start your smoker at 150 (depending on your type of smoker) and taking the smoker to 180-190. You wanting an IT (Internal) meat temp around 160 (w/out casing) You will not need to water bathe them, just wrap them in clear wrap and the chubs will IT to the proper temp on the counter.

post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 

I will take some pictures it's a landmann smoker / grill with a offset firebox. I put the fatties on about 7:50 am at 170 degrees in smoker I will regulate that down some. I'm using apple and hickory wood. 

post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 

Here is a couple of pictures at about 2 1/2 hours

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700

post #6 of 12

Looks good LMS................icon14.gif
 

post #7 of 12

Yeah Buddy

 

SS Fattys

 

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post #8 of 12

Those look real good.....  I'm glad it's working out....     Dave

post #9 of 12
Thread Starter 

Here is a few more pictures of my 1'st time fattys when they were done.They turned out pretty good, I think I will cut down on the red pepper flakes next time and I didn't have as strong of garlic or onion taste as I would have liked and it seemed like I was missing the tang that I get from eating other summer sausage. I also altered the recipe a little bit, I looked all over for tender quick or insta cure and could not find it and all ready had meat thawed so I bought a couple of high mountain jerky seasoning kits and used the recommended amounts of cure per Lbs. of ground meat. All in all it turned out pretty darn good for my 1'st time. Here is the recipe that I used for 12 # of meat.

 

9 # of venison

3 # of 80/20 hamburger

8 tbs cure

3 cups of ice water

6 tbs coarse black pepper

2 tbs mustard seed

4 tsp onion powder

4 teaspoons garlic powder

4 tbs red pepper flakes

8 tbs soy flour

 

 

700

 

 

700

 

I will definately be trying out more recipes and doing more smoking.

Thanks for all your help.

post #10 of 12

Rick, evening..... Nice looking sausage.... the spices look good to me....  For a little more tang, try Saco powdered buttermilk instead of say flour.... It can be found in most grocery stores in the baking aisle.....   There are other things you could use from folks like "Sausage Maker" a sponsor on this site, that add that "tang" also.....   Dave

 

                                           

post #11 of 12
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the tips Dave, next time I will fry up some test pattys to.

post #12 of 12

Those look fantastic!!! Great job!

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