Hot Dog Sausages

Whilst the chorizo I made looked great, they were actually very crumbly when cut. I have since found out that the recipe I used originally didn't have citric acid in it, it was its addition that caused the crumbliness. The recipe has subsequently been amended. I will post it online after I have made some successfully. What with Christmas, and everything else, I haven't got around to it.

It's about time to get another half pig, but in the meantime I thought I'd have a go at making a good hot dog sausage. Now, I know many people consider hot dogs junk food, and turn their noses up, but they're just boring kill joys, there's nothing better than having a bread roll full of hot dog and onions, with lashings of mustard and tomato sauce.

Hot Dogs

The recipe's an adaption of Big Guy's at the sausagemaking.org forum. I used beef instead of the chicken and smoked them over oak for an hour, or so, rather than add liquid smoke.

All in all they've turned out really well.


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