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Elk Landjaeger

post #1 of 8
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So my neighbor dropped off some of last years elk before his hunt this year. I've been itching to do an Elk Landjaeger but have always put any spare elk into my favorite Elk, Jalapeno & Cheese sausage. With my sausage reserves full...i finally had the opportunity to try the landjaeger.....The recipe is Len Poli's...technique is Robert G's

 

Didn't get any photo's of the initial process...however...here they are after pressing and fermentation;

 

 

Into the smoker for a 8hr cold smoke

 

 

Then into the curing chamber for a couple of weeks

 

 

a "couple" of weeks later...the finished product;

 

 

 

The taste is awesome..nice and gamey....texture perfect...It's a winner. Will make again.

post #2 of 8

It looks tasty! tell us more about how you made it.

Happy smoken.

David

post #3 of 8
Looks very good.

Dont know what it is thou.
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Dingo007 View Post.technique is Robert G's

 

Glad I could help ...  Thumbs Up  which reminds me I must get back making some:icon_smile:

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Originally Posted by themule69 View Post
 

It looks tasty! tell us more about how you made it.

Happy smoken.

David

Thanls themule69...it is very tasty...the best guy to ask is Brican regarding the "way"...it's pretty easy really...if you've got a controlled environment it's pretty much just making a sausage, pressing/fermenting, smoking and aging. The beauty of using smaller casings like this the reduced age time.

 

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Originally Posted by c farmer View Post

Looks very good.

Dont know what it is thou.

 

Thanks c farmer...it's a german semi dry sausage...sort of like snack sticks.

 

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Originally Posted by Brican View Post
 

 

Glad I could help ...  Thumbs Up  which reminds me I must get back making some:icon_smile:

Thank you Robert for introducing me to the idea!

post #6 of 8
Those look really tasty! Nice smoke and cure!
post #7 of 8
What do yah use to press the links? Thanks
post #8 of 8
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Originally Posted by wazzuqer View Post

What do yah use to press the links? Thanks


Here's one way to do it...

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/104379/landjaeger-press

 

Here's another...

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/109231/landj-ger-dry-sausage

 

Have fun!

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