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Venison Salami Recipe

4 pounds
1/4 cup
1 1/2 teaspoons
2 tablespoons
1 teaspoon
2 cloves
venison, ground (preferably no added fat)
curing salt
coarse ground black pepper
liquid smoke
onion powder
garlic, minced

Oven Temp: 225°
Recipe Cooking Time: 4 hours
Pan Type: broiler pan
Homemade venison salami rolls are super health because you don't have to put any fat in it.

Venison Salami Directions

Preheat Oven.

In a large bowl add; the ground venison, curing salt, ground black pepper, liquid smoke and the minced garlic.
Mix venison well and divide into fourths.
Roll each into a log type salami roll being sure to pack each salami roll tightly.
Place the salami rolls onto a rack of broiler pan.
Rolls are not to be touching each other.
Place venison salami rolls into your hot oven and bake for the allotted time.
After baking, pat rolls with paper towels to remove any excess fat.
Cool venison salami completely before wrapping in foil or freezer paper.
Refrigerate or freeze until salami ready to used.

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