We love the intensely flavorful taste of our venison sausages. The perfect addition to so many dishes and recipes, we have a fantastic selection of seasoned venison with flavor profiles to fit any culinary genre or method of preparation. Because the taste of venison is highlighted and enhanced the most by sweet ingredients, you’ll find a large portion of our sausages made with infusions of rich wines, like port, and tart flavorful fruits like blueberries and cranberries. Add delicious savory flavor to all your favorite dishes and recipes with these delightful venison sausages!
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With a fraction of the fat found in beef and pork, venison is a tasty alternative that is both low in harmful saturated fats and damaging cholesterol. With no additives, antibiotics, or hormones, our venison is the healthy way to get your protein along with a host of other minerals and vitamins necessary to a wholesome diet. Because venison is harvested from wild game, it is a comparatively lean meat. To boost its moisture and juiciness, we’ve sourced sausages that boast a delightful trio of pork, beef, and venison. With all the delicious flavor expected from venison, but with just the right amount of other, more unctuous meats, the perfect balance of savory taste is struck, providing a truly succulent finished product. Venison sausage is truly one of the most versatile meats, and there are many delightful ways to prepare it. We love to gently simmer or poach ours in flavorsome broth, beer, or wine, for an extra delicious infusion of taste. However, pan-frying, grilling, or roasting them is an equally delicious method of preparation. As with any sausage, always remember to keep your heat low to prevent your cases from splitting and all those delicious juices and valuable moisture from spilling out. Delicious served on their own, our fantastic venison sausages also taste amazing when added to other dishes and recipes. Simply remove your cases and crumble the ground and seasoned meat into a pan, browning it evenly before adding it into pasta dishes, casseroles, stews, chilis, and soups for an extra tasty addition.