Duck Sausage?

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  1. patoloco22

    patoloco22 Senior Refuge Member

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    Is there such a thing and if so, how does it taste? I would be interested in trying to make some if someone had the recipe. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. 1GRN_HD

    1GRN_HD Elite Refuge Member

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    Are you talking about sausage you cook or a dried summer sausage?

    We always get some summer sausage made at a local butcher shop and it's excellent. Better then deer sausage to my taste buds. They make it just like deer sausage but they just use duck meat instead. A 50/50 mix with pork. :tu
     
  3. rockjawjohnny

    rockjawjohnny Senior Refuge Member

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    Have you ever tried duck sausage?

























    Well then, duck down here and try yourself some.:dv
     
  4. SkipH2ohFowl

    SkipH2ohFowl Refuge Member

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    Duck sausage can be very good!

    I typically make either 5 or 10lb batches. I use about 50/50 ground duck and/or goose and ground pork butt or pork shoulder. Then I just use a german sausage mix kit, and stuff and smoke as usual.

    All my hunting buddies love it!
     
  5. SeniorCoot

    SeniorCoot Elite Refuge Member

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    Great Duck sausage at Marx Bro's Cafe Anc AK--I made some and it wasa ok-- needed more seasoning-- easy to make--next batch of Boudin I make will be dux/ goose--why is this post here(recipes)??
     
  6. Captain Jack

    Captain Jack Elite Refuge Member

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    I make duck / goose sausage every year. Make it in many varities also, from brautwust, sun dried tomato, garlic, cajun, hawaii sweet. The possibilities are endless, I prefer the garlic though.

    This year I am making sausage out of 100#'s of goose breasts. Don't worry guys, I still have plenty of others that are whole in the vacuum bags.
     
  7. ducks101

    ducks101 Elite Refuge Member

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    good info guys.............thanks
     
  8. Spanky03

    Spanky03 Elite Refuge Member

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    Yeah I started the year before last making goose sausage, it is unbelievable and easy to make. 20% pork fat, seasoning packs that you can get at the meat market or Bass Pro, natural casings, a scale, the grinder with the stuffing tube, a partner and some beer and it can be done in a few hours in the garage. We started doing our own deer 3 years ago becuase the prices are ridiculous in Illinois and I have saved so much money and it is unbelieveably easy, a little time consuming, but well worth it.
     
  9. Silver Wings

    Silver Wings Elite Refuge Member

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    I agree with Spanky.....it's so easy a caveman could do it......get your supplies at eldonsausage.com they have a much better selection of mixes and if you need advice they are very helpful.
     
  10. Blue Duck

    Blue Duck Elite Refuge Member

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    I make fowlbrats all the time. They are great. Grind 50/50 duck an pork. Use a bratwurst mix and your in. I generally use Eldons spices but Im sure any good mix will work.
     

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