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Old 02-17-2010, 10:26 PM   #1
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I've been putting it off for a while, to make some Chorizo and try out a new recipe. This recipe differed from previous ones, in that it actually requires drying time, as oppose to fresh sausage. Here is a close up of the mix.


I froze the pork, prior to grinding and then little sit overnight and let the flavors meld, in the icebox, before stuffing them into med. natural hog casings. Made the links and braided the links.


Used a PCV pipe and and two hand clamps, in between the two garage door railings, to dry the sausage. Underneath, I place a wheel barrow, lined with plastic liners (to catch and of the drippings).


These will hang for about 5 days, before cooking them on the grill. I'll post how they come out and if there was a big difference in drying the Chorizo.


Just in case, the ferocious guard dog, is ever vigil to protect the stash (or grab a snausage or two).


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Old 02-17-2010, 10:28 PM   #2
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The ferocious guard dog looks like he is taking his job seriously!

Nice looking sausages! I hope no one opens the garage door
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Must be frigid in your area?

Guard dog is a nice pooch!
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Your sausage looks great! And your little dog too.
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Please let us know how the final product comes out would also love to see pics of them on the grill and finished. Loooooks awsome makes me wanna do some for me
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Old 02-17-2010, 11:51 PM   #6
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Looks mighty tasty so far Max!
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I bet that is a conversation starter for anyone coming in thru the garage. Post some after Pic's!
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Looks like you're well hung...
Nice job!
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Is that spanish chorizo? It looks great, I like mexican style too. Mexican chorizo usually is red and mushy with shredded pork, chorizo y huevos is my favorite breakfast.
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Looks like you're well hung...
Nice job!

ha ha ha!!!!


I have one of those guard dogs too!
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Yes your sausage is very well hung indeed
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I bet that is a conversation starter for anyone coming in thru the garage. Post some after Pic's!
Funny you such mention that, as we speak I have about a six men crew from an irrigation company, putting in our sprinkler system and the control box goes in the garage. I have answered more questions about what type of sausage, how did I make them and how long do they have to dry. I had to count the links to make sure there aren't any MIA's.

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Now that is a sight i would like to come home to.

Do those also act as an indicator as to if you have pulled into the garage far enough?
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Is that spanish chorizo? It looks great, I like mexican style too. Mexican chorizo usually is red and mushy with shredded pork, chorizo y huevos is my favorite breakfast.
This is Spanish Chorizo. I have had both Mexican and from Spain and personally, like the one from Spain.
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Hi

The sausage looks great. Can you post the recipe. Also did you a cure in the mix, cure #1, Cure #2, Prague powder, Morton tenderquick.

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