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For many waterfowlers and turkey hunters, the excitement of the hunt quickly fades the moment they begin breasting out their quarry as familiar thoughts rush in. “Now I have to figure out how to cook these gamy things.” Hi Mountain Seasonings has come to the rescue with a quick, easy and delicious solution to hard-to-prepare birds with the introduction of its new Breakfast Sausage Seasoning For Game Birds and Poultry.
With dehydrated apple pieces and natural maple flavoring, the new Spicy Apple Maple Blend delivers a unique flavor and texture to your breakfast plate. Now the excitement of the hunt can extend from the field to the breakfast table.
“Bird hunters have been blown away by the superb flavor and tenderness of our waterfowl and turkey jerky cure and seasoning kits, and they’ve been hounding us for even more ways to easily prepare their game birds,” said Hans Hummel, Hi Mountain president. “Breakfast sausage was the logical place to start. We borrowed the dehydrated apple pieces from our line of recently introduced Camping Meals, added natural maple flavor and combined them with our secret blend of seasonings for a savory and sweet breakfast sausage that’s easy to make and just can’t be beat.”
Ideal for use with any game birds or domestic poultry, the kit comes fully equipped with collagen casings, seasonings and dehydrated apples for 22 lbs. of meat. It is recommended to add a little pork or fat to the recipe when using very lean birds.