Bulk Venison Breakfast Sausage34 Reviews
- Prep: 45 min
- Ready In: 45 min
“My husband is a avid hunter and we make this sausage every year. We add pork to the venison because the venison has such a low fat content. For the pork we get really fatty looking roast ground at our grocery store.” - by AMYNJOHN36
Original recipe yields 8 pounds
- In a very large bowl or plastic tub, sprinkle the venison and pork with the curing mixture, pepper, pepper flakes, sugar, and sage. Mix very well to evenly incorporate everything. When working with large quantities of sausage, cook a small piece to make sure the seasoning is exactly how you like it.
- Divide into 1 pound portions and freeze.
Amount Per Serving (64 total)
- 93 cal
- 4.1 g
- 1 g
- < 1%
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Reviews (34)Rate This Recipe
"I work with quite a few avid hunters, though venison is rather new to me as a cook. They all know I love to cook, so they keep bringing me in venison - of course they also know I'll make something wi..." See moreth it, then bring it in for them to eat! Anyway, looking for new things to try and found this - wonderful!! Everyone loved it! I made biscuits and gravy with this sausage and everyone came back for seconds....and thirds!! Thanks for taking the time to share the recipe!"
"Excellent recipe! I was able to use up some venison roasts as well as make a more healthy breakfast sausage. I did add a bit more sage as that is my taste, I do appreciate the suggestion to try a samp..." See morele before freezing. Thanks alot!"
"Terrific recipe, AmynJohn! We have 3 hunters under one roof and using all that venison can be a challenge before the next season rolls around. This will definitely help to use up the meat. We used ..." See moreAdobe seasoning instead of the curing mixture since I could not find the Morton's one you suggested. The entire family (even Grandma!) enjoyed our sausage gravy and biscuits this morning."
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