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Before I royally screw up this kielbasa...

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    Before I royally screw up this kielbasa...

    Following Ballistic BBQ recipe (which I’ve done before), I want to make kielbasa, but I want to add some high temp cheese to the recipe.

    is that ok? Cheesey kielbasa? Sounds good to me. But am I screwing it up with a cured sausage and then add cheese?
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    Backroadmeats this is your area of expertise.

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      #3
      I'm trying to think of a cured sausage with cheese inside and I am not coming up with one, but that doesn't mean they don't exist. Best I could think of is one of those loaf-style deli meats.

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        #4
        It’s either I add cheese tomorrow, or not. It’s curing overnight right now.

        I was thinking a cheddarwurst type of recipe. But with kielbasa. Maybe I’m totally down the wrong path and I’m just gonna go straight kielbasa tomorrow 😆

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          #5
          Heck yes add cheese!! To me cheese is like garlic ,. It mak s everything better. Just make sure it is a hi-temp cheese or it will all melt out during the smoking process.

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          • scottranda
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            Cool! I’ll add cheese today!!

          • Backroadmeats
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            scottranda what kind of cheese are you going to add?? Did you follow that recipe exactly I see alot of people not use the milk powder?? It will help retain moisture. I use it in all my smoked sausages just my 2 cents.. ohh and let's see some pics!!

          • scottranda
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            High temp cheddar cheese. I’m following the recipe to a tee. Milk powder is already in the meat! I’m stuffing it soon. Smoking this afternoon!

          #6
          I’m still hoping I didn’t screw it up, but it all went pretty smooth! I’ll do a taste test tomorrow!

          I was actually surprised I used most all of the cooking grate space. My smoker is huge, and didn’t think I’d ever fill it up!
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          • Mr. Bones
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            Great Pics, that looks like a very happy cooker, Brother!

          • Backroadmeats
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            So how were they??

          #7
          Looking good!!

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            #8
            Backroadmeats delicious!!! I had them as patties this morning for breakfast.

            those smoked ones are in the freezer. Haven’t tried yet, but man I bet they’re good.

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