Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

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Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby jmcrig » Tue Jun 24, 2014 9:05 pm

Trying a new recipe tonight. It will be a smoked ready to eat chicken, green chile, basil, and sun-dried tomato sausage.

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All mixed and in the refrigerator for the night to let the flavors meld.
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Postby Boots » Wed Jun 25, 2014 11:37 am

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Re: Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby jmcrig » Wed Jun 25, 2014 12:16 pm

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Stuffed and hanging to dry. They actually smell like Wishbone Italian Dressing?
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Re: Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby CypertJ » Thu Jun 26, 2014 6:03 pm

How did these turn out? They look great.

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CypertJ wrote:How did these turn out? They look great.

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Still in the cold smoker.
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Re: Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby jmcrig » Fri Jun 27, 2014 8:50 pm

They're done, and in a word, they sux. Back to the drawing board.
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Re: Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby ChileFarmer » Sat Jun 28, 2014 8:18 am

Mark don't know what recipe you used but, here is one that I have. Have not made this recipe. I do however have about 30# of sun dried tomatoes. Delivered to us by mistake. CF :D

Chicken and Sun dried Tomato Sausage

5 lbs. boneless chicken thighs with skin
2 medium onions about 12 ounces, peeled and quartered
7 oz. red or yellow sun-dried tomatoes, soaked in hot water to soften (15 minutes), then drained
1 Tbs each of celery seed, thyme, and kosher salt
5 oz. water to mix the spices with.
2 Tbs Coriander Seed
2 Tbs Fennel Seed
2 Tbs Rosemary
2 Tbs Oregano

Be sure to grind the Coriander, Fennel, Rosemary & Oregano

Grind your meat, onions & tomato's. Add spices to the water, mix well.. Add spice slurry to meat and mix well.. Stuff into casings. Let sit in frig over night for best flavor..
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Re: Smoked Chicken, Green Chile, & Basil Sausage

Postby jmcrig » Sat Jun 28, 2014 9:27 am

ChileFarmer wrote:Mark don't know what recipe you used but, here is one that I have. Have not made this recipe. I do however have about 30# of sun dried tomatoes. Delivered to us by mistake. CF :D

Chicken and Sun dried Tomato Sausage

5 lbs. boneless chicken thighs with skin
2 medium onions about 12 ounces, peeled and quartered
7 oz. red or yellow sun-dried tomatoes, soaked in hot water to soften (15 minutes), then drained
1 Tbs each of celery seed, thyme, and kosher salt
5 oz. water to mix the spices with.
2 Tbs Coriander Seed
2 Tbs Fennel Seed
2 Tbs Rosemary
2 Tbs Oregano

Be sure to grind the Coriander, Fennel, Rosemary & Oregano

Grind your meat, onions & tomato's. Add spices to the water, mix well.. Add spice slurry to meat and mix well.. Stuff into casings. Let sit in frig over night for best flavor..


Thanks Bill, I'll give it a try. Probably be a week or so.
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