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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-05-2010, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Deer Bologna...

Can anyone give me a recipe for deer bologna that taste sweet. I've never liked the sweet taste. I order my seasonings from LEM. I am thinking about making the regular bologna recipe and just adding brown sugar.
Any recipes would be greatly appreciated. I have to take care of a landowner request.

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-05-2010, 09:47 PM
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Re: Deer Bologna...

Check out Con-Yeager Spice...

http://www.conyeagerspice.com/

They have IMO The BEST Spice Kits out there to make Deer Bologna and you can Add Brown Sugar or White Sugar to the kits and make the Bologna as sweet as you like!

I have some who like Sweet Deer Bologna and normally add 1 cup of Brown Sugar to 10 pounds of deer meat and the Spice Kit from Con-Yeager when I make for those folks and they say it is sweet enough...

IMO LEM is a Waste of money unless it is their fish brine!
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Re: Deer Bologna...

Used to make my own but wasn't nearly as good as: http://charlesilyesfamily.com/products.html bologna.

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Re: Deer Bologna...

I think I picked this one up off someone here, but the kids love it...

VENISON BOLOGNA

4 1/2 lbs double ground venison
1/2 lb beef fat/suet
1/3 cup Morton tender quick
1 tbsp black pepper
6 tbsp liquid smoke
1/2 tbsp garlic powder
1 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup King Syrup
2 tbsp ground mustard
1 tbsp accent flavor enhancer
1/2 tbsp onion powder
1 tbsp hot sauce (optional for those who like a bit of a kick)


Mix meat and tender quick thoroughly and let in fridge for at least 6 hours or over night

Add the rest and mix very well

Stuff casings……I make my own casings from unbleached muslin I buy at Wal-Mart. I cut into strips 12 inches wide and sew the side and one end closed. Once stuffed I close the casing with a twist tie

Bake at 200 DIRECTLY on the oven rack. Place foil underneath to catch drippings. It is done when the internal temp reaches 170. Takes around 4 hours

Remove bologna from cases and allow to cool on a cooling rack.

Stick it in a fridge. slice or dice and enjoy

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Re: Deer Bologna...

woody, thanks for posting that link. i looked through and placed an order for the bologna kit, snack stick kit, and the hot snack stick kit. Sounds like it should be pretty good
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Re: Deer Bologna...

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woody, thanks for posting that link. i looked through and placed an order for the bologna kit, snack stick kit, and the hot snack stick kit. Sounds like it should be pretty good
Depending on how much Heat you like, you may have to ADD to the that Spice Kit!

I add Texas Pete Hot Sauce and Red Pepper Flakes to mine when I make it!
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post #8 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-14-2010, 08:11 PM
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Re: Deer Bologna...

Thanks for the tip. I'm a franks red hot fan so i might have to add some of that. I might also throw in some fresh ground jalapenos from the garden.
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Re: Deer Bologna...

Thanks for the info. I will try the brown sugar and king syrup.

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Con Yeager is the best!

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