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#5567468 - 01/27/15 01:33 PM Deer Breakfast Sausage
al_mart9903 Offline
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I was so excited when Santa Claus(My old lady) got me a meat grinder for Christmas. Instead of sending our deer meat to the processer, I was going to make some breakfast sausage at home. Do any of yall have a good recipe for MILD breakfast sausage? I am a wimp when it comes to spicy food. Thanks in advance.

#5567547 - 01/27/15 02:20 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
NeonDion Offline
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Haha, Santa also brought me a meat grinder for Christmas.
I saw these diff Sausage 'Kits' at Cabelas and one of the kits is for Breakfast Sausage.
Note: the kits are "Pre-measured for 100 lbs. of meat "

Cabelas Sausage Kits
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#5567548 - 01/27/15 02:20 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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I've used many of his recipes. never been disappointed.

Edited by bigbob_ftw (01/27/15 02:21 PM)

#5567555 - 01/27/15 02:25 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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When i first started, i used this site:
About half way down, there's an excel spreadsheet you can use.. Just plug however many lbs. you're going to make, and it will give you the exact measurements.
I will say from experience, go lite or completely leave out the Marjoram.
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#5567639 - 01/27/15 03:16 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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There is also this website There is a lot of good info in here, spent a lot of time reading through it when I got started.

I also recommend these guys I am a fan of their seasonings. You can always add a little to whatever you're making to satisfy your taste.

#5567705 - 01/27/15 03:54 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
upsslim Offline

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Loc: Cooper, TX
I make my own. I use Atkins Sausage Seasoning. I grind a pork roast and mix it 50-50 with the deer meat. Add seasoning to taste. Be sure and mix the first seasoning into the meat before grinding. It mixes better that way. Mix a little, cook a patty, and go from there. I made 30 lbs. last Monday. Makes great breakfast sausage.

Edited by upsslim (01/27/15 03:58 PM)
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#5568993 - 01/28/15 10:02 AM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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Leggs Old Plantation seasoning mix. Does 25 pounds from each bag of seasonings. Great flavor and all you have to do is grind and bag!! I run mine at 70-30 deer to pork butts and it is great! I use the burger plate and run it through one time.
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#5570909 - 01/29/15 10:47 AM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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#5570930 - 01/29/15 11:01 AM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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#5573591 - 01/30/15 02:46 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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#5580670 - 02/03/15 05:22 PM Re: Deer Breakfast Sausage [Re: al_mart9903]
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This is how I did it. The recipe for the spices is in the description. Was delicious and worked out well. Only thing is the price of Sage. Man they are proud of that stuff. I should start growing my own.

Edited by blazin (02/03/15 05:24 PM)


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