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Venison Bacon Cure

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Dreaming of making venison bacon? We have just the right venison bacon seasoning for you.

Our venison bacon cure, complete with dear bacon seasoning and Maple cure, is specially formulated to add rich, bacon-y flavor to your ground venison. Curing venison is now a piece of cake with our bacon cure seasoning.

Each unit is pre-measured for 25 lbs of meat. 

  • Use: .25 Lb. of curing salt for up to 25 Lbs. of meat.  
  • Comes complete with .46 Lb. Maple Cure

INGREDIENTS

Sugar, Sodium Erythorbate (5.17%)

DIRECTIONS

VENISON BACON

(For 25 lb. Batches, Multiply Following By 2) 

You will need:

  • 6 ¼ Lbs–Venison
  • 6 ¼ Lbs – Pork Shoulder (boneless)
  • ¾ C - Water
  • 1 – Venison Bacon Cure
  • 1 – Maple Cure (included with purchase)

*When using your oven, liquid smoke may be added for a smoke flavor.

Suggested Procedure: Grind meat through a 3/8" plate then through a 3/16" plate. Stir the water, bacon cure, and maple cure together, and then pour over the meat. Mix for 4-6 minutes or until the meat is tacky. Place in a 9 x 11 aluminum pan sprayed with non-stick spray (like Pam). Press the meat in the pan firmly to avoid air pockets. Chill overnight or place in the freezer for 3 hours. Turn bacon onto a wire rack and remove the pan. Smoke at 130 degrees F for 1 hour. Increase temperature by 10 degrees every hour until you reach internal temperature of 180 degrees. Cook at 180 until bacon reaches an internal temperature of 155 degrees F. Allow to cool then slice and pan fry! 

Oven Procedure: Cover bottom of oven with foil to catch grease drippings. Turn oven temperature to 200 degrees F and cook until an internal temperature of 142 degrees F is reached. When done, place in cooler and chill overnight. Slice like regular bacon. Package the way you like.

Note: Product must be fried before eating.

*Note: We have found the pan system works best. You may want to buy some teflon screens to lay on your oven racks.

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