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Chicken/Mango/Jalapeno sausage

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 

 I did a test batch from a recipe I got from a friend

 

Getting ready to grind some semi frozen, skinless, boned chicken legs and thighs

 

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grinding

 

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chopping the veggies

 

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all mixed up

 

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stuffed and linked, now into the fridge overnight to meld the spices and set the links, I'll do a test fry tomorrow, maybe for breakfast. LOL

 

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In the frying pan

 

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on the plate, toast got a little dark, LOL

 

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I almost forgot, here is the recipe

 

Chicken, Mango, Jalapeno sausage

5 Lbs. deboned and skinned chicken legs and thighs
¼ cup Onion, chopped fine
¼ cup dried Mango, chopped fine
¼ cup red pepper, chopped fine
¼ cup yellow pepper, chopped fine
1/8 cup Jalapeno pepper, chopped fine
2 cloves garlic, chopped fine
1 Tbs. coarse salt
1 Tbs. Parsley
½ Tbs. black pepper
½ cup milk powder
1 tsp. special meat binder
5 oz. ice water

 

Grind semi frozen chicken chunks through a medium plate. Add all ingredients and mix well. Stuff into hog casings.
 

post #2 of 12

good looking sausage. might have to give that one a  try

post #3 of 12

That sounds and looks delicious...you didnt mention how it ended up tasting?  I made 18 lbs of sausage last weekend, but didnt take any pics.  5# brats, 5# spicy italian and 8# of sweet italian.  Was my first attempt at making my own sausage.  Have only tasted the sweet italian and it was fantastic.  Another hobby to enjoy. 

post #4 of 12

Hey big guy great looking sausage. We have made it several times and it is a family favorite. Try crumbling some of it up an serving with some mashed taters. Our Grandsons love it

 

This recipe came from Fishawn (Scott) here on the forum and is a great and proven recipe. We recently used it in our 4H class and here is a link to another way to serve it. It is a killer recipe

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/97357/chicken-mango-jalopeno-sausage-on-a-sourdough-cheese-onion-roll

post #5 of 12

Yes sir thats some fine looking sausage you have there. You also have made a nice breakfast too.

post #6 of 12

Thanks for the recipe again big guy. I have a question on the powdered milk and the meat binder. Is either one of those non fat dry milk and if it is what is the other. I know soy protien or non fat dry milk is a binder.

 

thanx again.

post #7 of 12

Man, you do some nice sausage sir! Thanks for sharing!

post #8 of 12

Looks great. ill have to try that

post #9 of 12
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Originally Posted by boykjo View Post

Thanks for the recipe again big guy. I have a question on the powdered milk and the meat binder. Is either one of those non fat dry milk and if it is what is the other. I know soy protien or non fat dry milk is a binder.

 

thanx again.


Sorry for the late reply I've been out of town for a couple of days on a secret mission.

 

The powdered milk is non fat dry milk, it helps retain moisture in the sausage and has some binding ability, but the special meat binder is a phosphate compound that binds the sausage beautifully, even a low fat sausage like chicken.
 

post #10 of 12

are you using

Sodium Tripolyphosphate (phosphate), and where could I get it

post #11 of 12
Thread Starter 

Butcherpacker.com or The sausagemaker.com both have it.

post #12 of 12

Great looking sausage... sounds very tasty... Gonna have to try it...

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