Smoked Maple German Sausage Recipe

Smoked Maple German Sausage Recipe

The smoked maple german sausage recipe is great served in a frying pan to enjoy with potatoes, mushrooms and onions.

They are also delicious with eggs and pancakes, with maple syrup.

Ingredients are enough for two (2) batches.


25 Kg (50 lb) lean pork

4 Kg (8 lb) lean beef

225 Ml (15tbsp) salt

45 Ml (3tbsp) pepper

Garlic powder to taste


Grind the pork and beef.

Mix the meat together thoroughly with the remaining ingredients.

Stuff the meat mixture into natural hog casings.

Make sure the temperature around you is as low as possible throughout this process.

Smoking Method:

Place sausages on racks in the Bradley Smoker.

Using Maple flavor bisquettes

Smoke for approximately 8 to 10 hours with the damper wide open.

The temperature should be between 60°C to 70°C (140°F to 160°F).

If you mixed together the amounts called for in the recipe you will have to smoke in two batches, leaving half the recipe in the refrigerator while you smoke the first batch.


Maple Bisquettes for Bradley Smokers

With a mildly smoky, sweet and subtle flavour, Maple Bisquettes are perfect for smoking turkeys, and enhancing the taste of poultry and game birds.

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