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A pig's (nose to) tale: cold smoked sausages

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I made 25lbs of these. Used trim, leg meat and backfat. Smoked over three nights with beech. Froze some but most were air dried. It was a very simple garlic, pepper, salt, paprika recipe.
post #2 of 8

Looks good. How about some more details?...JJ

post #3 of 8
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You mean like % ingredients?
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Sure. How long did it smoke? What temp? Anything that would help folks make them...JJ

post #5 of 8
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OK. Got you.
Smoke time: 3 nights/loads of amazn (~36h). Outside temp was around 0C. Dry time - 10 days for the first taste. Left them another couple of days after that - almost no bend left.
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Did you take them to a particular IT, 150+/-, or is this more like a Salami, still raw? Was a Cure added or just the salt and drying to preserve it. Sounding better all the time...JJ

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A friend of mine from Croatia makes these every year they slaughter a pig.  Unfortunately it doesn't get cold enough in Louisiana to hang them outside to air dry after smoking they way he can in Croatia. 

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They taste great
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