Smoked Venison Deer Sausage
How To Smoke Venison Sausage
Smoking venison sausage is easy and brings out an enhanced flavor in the venison deer during the long smoking process. If you like your sausage with a crisp crust, we recommend saving yourself some time and grilling the sausage. However, we feel that using a smoking recipe will give it an extra flavor profile that is more enjoyable. Another tip we recommend is to start up your crock pot with your favorite spicy barbecue (BBQ) sauce, cut up your venison sausage into little quarter-sized slices and let it simmer for a couple hours. This makes for a tasty morsel that you can serve as an appetizer with toothpicks. You can make a believer out of anyone who claims they don't like venison deer sausage with this simple recipe.
Smoked Venison Deer Sausage Recipe Ingredients
Venison Deer Sausage Smoking Time
The smoking time for venison sausage is only about 2 to 2 1/2 hours. This is just enough time to get a nice smoky flavor to penetrate the venison sausage. Use a meat thermometer and check after an hour for an internal temperature of 145-155 degrees Fahrenheit. It is optional, but you may choose to put your venison in the crock pot which will add an hour or two to the cooking time. We recommend this because it is easy to serve in a small crock pot with toothpicks similar to how little smoky sausages are served as an appetizer. It will also add a great spicy flavor from your BBQ sauce.