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a little unsure

post #1 of 7
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If I dry my summer sausage or linked sausage hanging then smoke them laid on their side will I be able to get it smoked right or am I better off not cutting corners and hang em both to dry and smoke. Any help is appreciated
post #2 of 7

They will smoke fine. You might get marks on one side though. That is only if you care more what they look like than taste like.

post #3 of 7

As timberjet said. It will work just fine but leave marks. 

I look forward to seeing you sausage.

Happy smoken.

David

post #4 of 7
My last batch of kielbasa I smoked laying on the rack, and I actually liked it better; much easier to deal with. I ended up with very light grill marks, which from an aesthetic standpoint I feel are much more acceptable on a sausage than the unsmoked contact points I was getting from hanging.
post #5 of 7

Laying down will work, however I find I can fit a lot more in my smoker if they're hanging.

post #6 of 7

Post some pics  we would like to see

 

gary

post #7 of 7

Yeah, I had fully intended to hang my sausages but found the height of my smoker is a challenge so wind up laying them out. I do spray the racks well with some Pam, or similar product to avoid the 'stick' that seems to occur after a long time in there. Just keep them separate so they don't have pale marks where smoke doesn't get to......Willie

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