EGGS AND HEAVY CREAM RECIPE BRATWURST SMOKED?

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frankie007

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Mar 11, 2024
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I made bratwurst with heavy cream and eggs before but was wandering can you add pink salt to the mix and hot smoke them? Has anyone of you good people tried it?
I think I might give it a go....
 
I think I might give it a go....
I was adding cure to my brats . Problem I ran into was people thinking they weren't done , and not used to the color .
Pretzel wrapped cured Bratwurst with white cheddar cheese . Fully cooked wrapped and baked .

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Give it a shot . It's a good sausage .
 
I made bratwurst with heavy cream and eggs before but was wandering can you add pink salt to the mix and hot smoke them? Has anyone of you good people tried it?
I think I might give it a go....
Adding cure #1 is always an option with any sausage. However if you are hot smoking and follow the 40-140F for IT rule you don’t have to. You can make them as fresh sausage, but not much downside in adding cure 1 either.
 
I think brats with egg/cream are best enjoyed as a milder fresh sausage but as was said yes you can add cure and smoke. Great points made already on color and no need to cure to smoke but my point is that you are basically making kielbasa rather than a brat . I am pretty sure most generic termed "smoked sausage" is some sort of brat.
 
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