Smoked Polish Sausage

Smoked Polish Sausage

I've finally got my new smoker up and running - albeit only the hot-smoking side of it at present.

Monday saw and me off to Ashwood Smoking Chips in Kettering (01536 523220) to pick up supplies of wood for smoking. The people there are great - I got 15kg of Beech and 15kg of Oak for £13.60 and they gave me half a bag of cherry to try - as 15kg of cherry is nearly £35 this was a great gesture - thanks guys!.

To trial my smoker I decided to make a Polish Smoked Sausage recipe that I got from Sausagemaking.org forum member Wittdog.

I forgot to take photos of the sausage making process - I must remember to do it next time. However once made I put them into the smoker and used the cherrywood to smoke them.

We've tried them today - they taste great! My only complaint is that the smoking makes the skins a little tough and that they could do with even more smokiness.

Wittdog details the process of making them in four YouTube videos:

Well worth a look.

The unsmoked sausage

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