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Spicy Andouille Sausage Have been out of my homemade Andouille sausage in the freezer for a while. Not a good thing! Had some time available, so my son and I made 16 lbs of the sausage. Our production rate is improving. The new 15 lb capacity Norther Tool stuffer I got at Christmas really made a difference over my 5 lb Northern Tool stuffer. Under three hours from a clean counter start to final clean-up to get the stuffed sausage in the fridge for its first aging for this batch including hauling equipment to/from the basement storage cabinets. The natural casing
I found and modified this recipe from the book "Guy on Fire" by Guy Fieri. Between the Andouille, roasted Jalapenos, and flavor from the pimento and corn, you can't go wrong with this! I guarantee you can't eat just one! 2 Links Andouille sausage Kernels from 1 large ear of corn Kosher salt Fresh ground black pepper 6 Medium Jalapeno peppers, halved lengthwise, seeds and ribs removed 2 oz. Cream cheese, softened 1 Tbsp. Mayonnaise 4 oz jar diced pimento peppers, drained 1 1/4 cup shredded extra sharp cheddar cheese 1/4 tsp. garlic powder 1/4 tsp. smoked paprika 1/2 tsp creole seas
Smokehowze’s Homemade Louisiana Smoked Andouille Sausage I have desired to enter the world of serious sausage making for some time. I had dabbled at it with my Kitchen Aid mixer’s grinder attachment in the past but never really did anything beyond an occasional basic breakfast sausage in small amounts. Sausage making is also part of just learning the wider world of charcuterie in general. Eventually, I will do fermented and dried sausage and meats after I gain more experience and build my humidity and temperature conditioned curing/drying chamber out of a refrigerator and some controll
Tonight's eats were made with Cajun respect in mind....even though the hot sauce may....or may not be a proper Cajun hot sauce.....can't help it......its perfect in rice of all types. Andouille sausage and some homemade dirty rice: I didn't get a plated pic because it never was. I made this with the expectations that my son will come home famished from school tomorrow and I'll be at work. It'll be easy to reheat. I did try it as I went......Lawd I could eat this stuff up sho'nuff. I ain't braggin'....please understand....wasn't anything but a pack of Jimmy Dean Sage sausage,