Recipe of Any-night-of-the-week Deer Bologna

Deer Bologna. This bologna is ground deer meat that's stuffed into deer bologna casings after being mixed with bologna seasonings and later smoked. The word "venison" has its roots in Latin. It is argued that the Latin root word is either venatio, which means hunting game, or venari, which means to hunt or pursue.

Lay out your deer burger on a surface of your choice and begin evenly sprinkling your spice mixture over the burger. Once cooked, allow to cool, and refrigerate until cold. The bologna may be kept tightly wrapped in the freezer.

Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a special dish, deer bologna. It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I am going to make it a little bit unique. This is gonna smell and look delicious.

This bologna is ground deer meat that's stuffed into deer bologna casings after being mixed with bologna seasonings and later smoked. The word "venison" has its roots in Latin. It is argued that the Latin root word is either venatio, which means hunting game, or venari, which means to hunt or pursue.

Deer Bologna is one of the most well liked of current trending meals on earth. It is simple, it’s fast, it tastes delicious. It’s enjoyed by millions daily. Deer Bologna is something that I’ve loved my whole life. They are nice and they look fantastic.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few ingredients. You can cook deer bologna using 6 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you cook that.

The ingredients needed to make Deer Bologna:

  1. {Prepare of deer hamburger.
  2. {Make ready of ground pork.
  3. {Get of 7.2 ounces of seasoning.
  4. {Take of .6 ounces of cure.
  5. {Take of recipe says water but I use fav. beer.
  6. {Prepare of Worcester sauce.

To serve, cut through the casing lengthwise, then slice the bologna into thin slices. Take out of oven and let cool. They will look like little meatloafs but when they are cool they will cut just like bologna. Instead of forming them with your hands into rolls you can put them into sausage casings.

Steps to make Deer Bologna:

  1. 1.) Grind deer meat twice.
  2. 2.) Grind ground pork twice.
  3. 3.) Then grind ALL the meat once.
  4. 4.) Add the .6 ozs. Of internal cure to either the water or your fav. beer ,and the Worcester sauce and mix well.
  5. Add the fluids to the ground up meat and begin to mix the meat.
  6. Sprinkle seasoning into the meat and mix well until meat starts to become tacky and sticky.
  7. The casings provided will hold approximately 3lbs. of meat, the casings need to be soaked in warm water the water should be over 104°F, casings soak for 30 minutes..
  8. Use your grinder to fill up the casings to within an inch or so from the end force out all air. Use a twisty tie to close the ends. Fill all the casings..
  9. Now there are 2 ways to cook it 1.) Either in a smoker or an oven.
  10. In a smoker : smokehouse temperatures differ so remember this, too much smoke will give the meat an off taste. If your smoker will not reach the temperature required leave bologna in til dry to the touch. Then turn smoke "on" then smoke to desired color until internal temperature is 156° f.
  11. Now for the oven : Your bologna will cook in the oven and the flavor will be excellent. 1.) Lay the bologna sticks on an oven rack ( be sure to be in the middle of the oven) (also be sure to put a catch tray under the bologna or whoever cleans the oven will not be happy with you (the wife or g/f) 2.) 120°F for 1 hour , 3.) 140°F for 1 hour , 4.) 160° for 30 minutes , 5.) Now if your oven was like mine , mine only went as low as 170° I left mine in the oven for 4hrs at that temp. Then increased the temp by 20° every hour after that. 6.) 180°F until the bologna reaches an internal temp. of 156°F.
  12. Let the bologna cool before slicing and eating ENJOY !!.

Mix all ingredients in a bowl and sprinkle over meat in a large plastic tub. I use the ground sausage you find in your local gerocery store. I like the Jimmy Dean Ground Pork Sausage thats in the plastic bags. Dont use the sausage that already has casings on it. Once cooked, allow to cool and refrigerate until cold.

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