Substitute for Morton's Tender Quick

Discussion in 'Cooking' started by Happy Palace, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. Happy Palace

    Happy Palace Well-Known Member

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    I have a venison sausage recipe that calls for Morton's Tender Quick or any sugar based curing mix. I can't find the Morton's. Can someone recommend something else? I need to use the venison that's in the freezer! Thanks!
     
  2. Mountain Mick

    Mountain Mick Well-Known Member

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    Hi Happy Palace

    try they web site, MM
    http://www.mortonsalt.com/products/meatcuring/tenderquick.html

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  3. Happy Palace

    Happy Palace Well-Known Member

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    Thanks a bunch. I'm itching to get some sausage made!
     
  4. Cyngbaeld

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    Most grocery store managers will order stuff for you. Just ask.
     
  5. Ray

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    tenderquick is salt based, it is in walmart here, I use it frequently. I will sprinkle it on pork steaks, or loins etc, for a change. in winter when frying meat and it sure is a pleasant difference. the meat comes out pink like ham and has a kinda ham flavor. you can cover the meat like a rub and them leave it for several hours then rinse it off before cooking too.
     
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