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jr70895
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How to cook deer sausage?

Not the outdoors hunter type, but a co-worker gave me some deer sausage and I have no idea how to cook it.
Do I use it like regular sausage and will it have the wild game taste after cooking?
Thanks


yeanheard
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ground, links, or in patties?


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quote:

Do I use it like regular sausage and will it have the wild game taste after cooking?


Yes, no.........


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LSUFan3434
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Member since Sep 2006
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hopefully links


jr70895
Member since Sep 2008
53 posts

Yes it is ground links


yeanheard
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cook it like regular sausage.
make some biscuits
make some gravy

you got one hell of a breakfast!


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ellasue2
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I will cook it if you let me eat some......


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heypaul
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dude listen to me ...

deer meat chili in your crock pot!


dooo it!


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Ponchy Tiger
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fry it in a skillet like you would any other sausage.


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zaychik
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grill it


TIGRLEE
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Its not like deer is some super secret meat.
Cook it the same as regular sausage you dumb shite.
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Tigerpaw123
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is it smoked or fresh?


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LCA131
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quote:

Its not like deer is some super secret meat.
Cook it the same as regular sausage you dumb shite.


I am not sure you need to start the new year off in this manner...Maybe if you had some self restraint you wouldn't be in such a bad mood this a.m...


TIGRLEE
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Member since Nov 2009
30165 posts

why are you following me e-around?

FWIW, Im in a helluva mood.
You on the other, the guy that has no friends finds comfort in being an internet troll/grammar cop.
What ever makes you feel better about yourslef.


Dorothy
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Munchkinland
Member since Oct 2008
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Yes it is ground links



WTH is a "ground link"? It's usually either ground sausage (like Owen's/Jimmy Dean, consistency of ground beef) or links (like Manda's/Richard's smoked sausage).

Either way it is probably mixed with other meat by whoever processed it, so it won't be as gamey or dry. Use it like you would other sausage of its type. If it's ground, make breakfast patties out of it or brown it and put it in dirty rice. Goes great in Oak Grove Jambablya Mix. If it's in smoked-sausage-type links, cook it like you would smoked sausage.


TIGRLEE
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A fellow Oak grover I see.
Gumbo base is good too.


LCA131
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why are you following me e-around?


We are posting in threads on the same message board...don't flatter yourself thinking anyne would follow you around...I am in a great mood too...Wanna meet for a beer?


Dorothy
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Munchkinland
Member since Oct 2008
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A fellow Oak grover I see.


Only in a pinch or when I'm being lazy. Mr. Dot makes killer jambalaya from scratch.

But seeing as how the OP doesn't know what to do with deer sausage, a mix is probably the way to go in the kitchen. Oak Grove >>>>> any other mix.


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WAR TIGER
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Death Valley
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3938 posts

Fry it in a pan.
Slightly blacken the exposed cuts of the sausage.

Freakin awesome.

Enjoy!!


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TIGRLEE
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Northeast Louisiana
Member since Nov 2009
30165 posts

quote:

We are posting in threads on the same message board...don't flatter yourself thinking anyne would follow you around...


true, however you are directly relplying to my posts, so thats how I came to that conclusion.

quote:

...I am in a great mood too...Wanna meet for a beer?

I'll pass.


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