Wild Pig Breakfast Sausage

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  1. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    So whos got ideas or recipes for breakfast sausage using wild pig? I was thinkin about just grindin up all the meat and throwin in some good spices with the mix before i freeze it all. but wondering, since it is wild pig, and very lean...do i need to mix some burger in with it? or something else maybe? Lets hear what yer thinkin!
  2. Crpdeth

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    If I dont have anything to mix with it I usually just grind it up and use it in place of hamburger when I cook.

    I have mixed it with deer for very good sausage results and also with a beef cow who had been injured and had to be put down, but man, if you are going to make very much sausage at all, I would think that mixing enough store bought beef to make a difference would get expensive pretty quick.

    I really dont have any recipes for sausage, the guy at the local meat locker sells me packages of his seasonings and I mix some of my dried peppers in it for a little more spice.

    Crpdeth
  3. Helldorado

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    ok...so was thinkin...what about cookin all the ground up hoggie, spicin it up like some chorizo, and just freezin it in a bunch of small packages. Let a pack or 2 thaw over night....heat it up on the fryin pan for breakfast, then tossin a couple eggs in there and mixxin it all up? Just a thought that to me makes it all seem alot simpler! :rolleyes:
  4. The Rifleman

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    Look at my recipie for Pork sausage.

    It would work out just the same if you used deer meat and the little piggy you shot.

    Or just plain.

    I forgot to add the ingredient - Garlic to the list.

    Once you make your sausage, you can use it in meat loafs and spaghetti and any other thing that you make with plain old hamburger...
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