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Got Smokehouse, Need Recipe!

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Looking for a good smoked deer sausage recipe. Spicy or not is fine, can always add pepper. What are some of ya'lls favorites. Had been talking about building a smokehouse for years, finally broke down this year and built it. Killed 3 deer and a couple of hogs already and now need some seasoning to go with them. I know some of you cajuns have a secret recipe your grandma wouldnt want you to share,, but I promise I want tell anyone else.
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Id like that
Id love to get my hands on one myself. john folses cookbook has 2 good recipes one garlic sausage and one green onion
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Leggs seasoning
Get some of the Leggs brand seasoning mix(One package is good for 25 lbs.I think)!Mix your pork and deer 50/50 and try some 60/40.Add some green onions in some,Add some Jalapenos in some.What I did was mixed some and throwed in frying pan and tried until I liked it and then smoked it with Pecan wood!Good Luck!
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anyone
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Season
I think the best place to get seasoning is from Targils in opelousas. Try the red rub for tasso. It will make the best tasso you ever had.
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yea
I used to use that stuff when I went to school in Eunice. That was some good stuff. Soooo much better then the usual season all mixes sold in stores. Im not big on any season-all but that stuff is good
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Targil
What west bay bandit said!!!
i use the "stuffaRoast" seasoning its cheap and very good
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Thanks
Will try some of those mixes.
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ADD INS
1/3RD HEAVY PORK w. PORK FAT ALONG WITH SPICES OF CHOICE. MAKES EXCELLENT GROUND MEAT & SAUSAGE. PORK & FAT ELIMINATES MEAT FROM DRYING OUT WHEN COOKED.
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Rebel
If you like Miss. style seasoning, then try Rebel Butcher supply in Flowood Ms.(they are near the Basspro in Jackson MS). They will ship it to you; with or without sage(a redneck spice!). This is what Vine's in Centreville uses.
Hey Bandit, what cut of meat do you use for the tasso and how do you hang it in the smokehouse? Want to try some.
Thanks.
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