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Corned Beef Sausage

chef willie

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I had some leftover corned beef to use up and was going to do the standard hash then thought let's just stuff them. Here's the basic method, pretty straight forward stuff. No cure used since the meat was already cooked. Took 3 pounds of untrimmed CB, 2 cups of store bought hash browns chopped up by hand, 1/2 medium onion diced, 1 carrot, diced small and poached to al dente, 2 TBL pickling spice, 1 TBL crushed red pepper, 1 TSP of mustard seeds, 1 TSP mustard powder and 6 allspice berries. Hit the spices with a whirl in the grinder to break them up and added them to 5 ounces of Guinness. Ground the CB once through the fine plate then added the onion, taters and carrot mixing all well. Added the stout and spices and mixed well again, chilled about an hour then stuffed in hog casings. Let blend overnight in the fridge and browned half up in a cast iron skillet and poached the other half for comparison. The grilled ones were nicer looking but the poached ones held together better. I think next time I'll add a binder to help with the grilled ones. These will be sliced up in rings and put on a platter with an array of mustards and brought to the bar for sampling and critique by the boys....Willie





 

DanMcG

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I'd be curious how the boys like them. I've attempted to make a corned beef hash sausage a few times but have yet to nail it.
 

chef willie

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I'd be curious how the boys like them. I've attempted to make a corned beef hash sausage a few times but have yet to nail it.
I'll let ya know. I think the flavor was pretty good with the addition of the crushed red to add some heat & additional pickling spices. Boiled beef always pretty bland to me. Definitely need a binder though IMO......Willie
 

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I doff my cap to the innovator!

Disco
 

venture

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looks great!

Another on my bucket list that I have never gotten around to! 


Good luck and good smoking.
 

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Looks great willie, there for a second I thought you were going to make snack sticks out of it - Very nice,, good job. 
 

pgsmoker64

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Those look really good Willie!

I have yet to try my hand at sausage.

Bill
 

chef willie

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looks great!

Another on my bucket list that I have never gotten around to! 


Good luck and good smoking.
Roger that.....so many to do, next up = Chorizo? Andouille? Polish?......LOL
 
Looks great willie, there for a second I thought you were going to make snack sticks out of it - Very nice,, good job. 
Thought about those 'cause I have the collagen, decided not though...didn't want to use the smoker creating an 'almost' pastrami ?
 
Those look really good Willie!

I have yet to try my hand at sausage.

Bill
Thx....sausage making is an interest of mine for quite some time. Barely know anything, follow the veteran makers.....all good so far
 

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looks good willie............
 

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