Thursday, June 18, 2009

Smoked Salmon

Brine the Salmon with the Alaskan Salmon Brine from Hi Mountain overnight in the fridge. Remove and rinse salmon, spray rack with oil and place on rack skin side down. Blow air over salmon using fan to form the pellicle before smoking.... I put the pellets on the electric element about 15 minutes early so they start to smoke when I'm ready to add the salmon which is also seasoned with the Hi Mountain Salmon seasoning. My wife finds it funny when she catches me sitting in my lounge chair drinking beer just hanging out smoking salmon...

-Tony in Ohio

Bourbon Jerky & Inferno Jerky

Top is Inferno, bottom Bourbon

Mark in Washington wrote:

I have tried many different jerky seasonings including my own recipes. When I came across your product I just had to give it a try. I purchased the inferno and the bourbon bbq. The night before I seasoned both as told in the directions, using slices of 1/4 inch, usually I go thinner, but wanted to try thicker. I then vacuum sealed, I find this really helps penetrate the meat. The next afternoon I fired up the smoker for the bourbon bbq and placed the inferno in the dehydrator. With the inferno I sprinkled some extra crushed peppers on it. Taste results, I like the heat factor in the inferno. It was not too salty like other brands. The texture was awesome and so was the color. I might add a bit of brown sugar next time just for personal taste, but it is very good as is. The bourbon bbq, came out great, especially smoked. The only thing I might do different next time is add a bit more of the seasoning... Very good aromatic flavor.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Dusty Trail Omlete

Thanks to Bonnie, in Kentucky for this recipe!

- 5 corn tortillas

- 1 lb. sausage (hot works best)

- 5 eggs

- 1 small onion

- Hi Mountain Trail Dust

Cut tortillas into 1 in. squares and fry until stiff but not too crispy. Crumble sausage and cook. Scramble the eggs and onion together in a bowl, mix in with the sausage and add 1T. of Hi Mountain Trail Dust. Let it cook together to your liking. Put it all on a plate and sprinkle on sharp cheddar cheese.