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Spicey deer sasuage recipe #6950063
11/07/17 05:47 PM
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does anyone have a clue as to what ingredients are needed?

Re: Spicey deer sasuage recipe [Re: spacejunkie] #6950099
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Chorizo is an excellent spicy sausage and fairly easy to do.

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Just make 30lbs of snack sticks last night. Besides the normal salt, pepper, garlic and red pepper flakes I added about 6 table spoons of fresh chile pequins. I tok them and put them in a fod chopper and added 16oz of water to make a liquid.

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