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if your using crushed and mixing it by hand then I would just use that, and adjust with more water if it seems too dry. A lot of your flavour will come from the fruit and the liquid with it. I would aim for a tacky texture where the meat still kinds of holds up on its own rather then a loose one. I ...
- Mon Oct 28, 2013 18:56
- Forum: Technology basis
- Topic: Too much air in my sausages
- Replies: 11
- Views: 20778
I dont know if your going to find something that will exactly tell you what you want. But sausage is not hard and you can "wing it" just like any other recipe as long as you pay attention to 1. Meat/H20 content 2. Salt content 3. Flavour With chicken I would go 5-10% h2o by weight at the most otherw...
- Mon Oct 21, 2013 19:29
- Forum: Other products
- Topic: Food Safety and Smoked Turkey
- Replies: 9
- Views: 7844
Five hours in the "danger zone" is too long if your following the rules to the letter. But because it was brined the salt will help. If it was me I would smoke and eat it if I was sure everything was good and clean during the prep, it gets cooked through to 167 F, if its not stuffed (some people try...
- Mon Oct 21, 2013 01:56
- Forum: Smokehouses. Construction and Maintenance.
- Topic: Cleaning smokers
- Replies: 12
- Views: 12423
The smoker at work (3 foot across and 8 foot high ish) has never been cleaned as far as I know in the 30 ish years it has been in use. The carbon build up coats the whole inside and the door has what looks like black water droplets rolling down it about an inch high. The "smoke jump" from the walls ...
- Fri Aug 30, 2013 01:19
- Forum: Dry Cured Meats and Sausages
- Topic: [USA] Two Types Of "Quick" Pepperoni
- Replies: 30
- Views: 27961
Hello. After Step A it is fine to eat. A dryer meat stick that takes a bit of chewing is what you get. though I would think it needs a bit of time to dry out at this stage. It would be too "raw" in mouth feel right away. If you cook it then you get the nice softer style meat stick but its not a nece...