WELCOME TO RIVER DAVES PLACE

Homemade Sausage

LakeBeard

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2017
Messages
742
Reaction score
782
I made sausage for the first time. Turned out really good. I was surprised to be honest. I used 8 lbs of pork shoulder and 4 lbs of beef chuck. Smoked over hickory

PXL_20210723_182732445.jpg
PXL_20210723_235824610.jpg
PXL_20210723_235855843.jpg
PXL_20210724_003903382.jpg
 

ltbaney1

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 10, 2012
Messages
1,815
Reaction score
2,436
that looks awesome. i have heard its pretty involved to make but have never tried. would like to give italian and linguesa a shot one of these days.
 

Yldboyz

Well-Known Member
Joined
Sep 3, 2009
Messages
4,216
Reaction score
585
Is this a Ritchey thread?

Looks pretty good.
 

TPC

Wrenching Dad
Joined
Sep 20, 2007
Messages
27,100
Reaction score
15,662
Looks great thumbs up
----------------------------
Family in NOLA makes a crawfish sausage with a pinch of pineapple and seasoning rolled in.
Off the chain good.
 

LakeBeard

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2017
Messages
742
Reaction score
782
that looks awesome. i have heard its pretty involved to make but have never tried. would like to give italian and linguesa a shot one of these days.
it wasn't too bad, stuffing it was a pain, I was using the kitchen aid attachment, worked great for grinding, but I think I'll buy a stuffer for the next round.
 

LakeBeard

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jun 15, 2017
Messages
742
Reaction score
782
What’s the recipe?
this is roughly what I did, I added more at the end w/o measuring, and usually over measure
1/2 cup cayenne
1/4 cup California chili powder
1/3 cup sugar
3-4 table spoons chili powder
3-4 table spoons of black pepper
1ish table spoon garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, ground coriander, mustard powder
1/4 cup salt
prepared mustard
8ish lbs pork shoulder
3-4 lbs beef chuck (plus trimmings from a NY strip steak)
natural hog casings
 

ltbaney1

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 10, 2012
Messages
1,815
Reaction score
2,436
it wasn't too bad, stuffing it was a pain, I was using the kitchen aid attachment, worked great for grinding, but I think I'll buy a stuffer for the next round.
thats what id be going with the first time out, kitchen aid attachements.
 

rivermobster

Club Banned
Joined
Dec 28, 2009
Messages
42,613
Reaction score
25,849
this is roughly what I did, I added more at the end w/o measuring, and usually over measure
1/2 cup cayenne
1/4 cup California chili powder
1/3 cup sugar
3-4 table spoons chili powder
3-4 table spoons of black pepper
1ish table spoon garlic powder, onion powder, cumin, ground coriander, mustard powder
1/4 cup salt
prepared mustard
8ish lbs pork shoulder
3-4 lbs beef chuck (plus trimmings from a NY strip steak)
natural hog casings

What's California Chilli powder??
 
Top