“I make the most amazing meatloaf.” Nobody has ever said that. Not in the history of ground meat. I looked it up on Wikipedia, it must be true. It’s a loaf of meat. The potential for “amazing” is not allowed for anything using the phrase “loaf” in it’s name. Meatloaf is a good, solid dinner, meant … Continue reading “Venison Meatloaf Roll”
Learn how to cook venison with these recipes. Proven meals that people will actually like.
Easy Venison Crockpot Tacos
Who doesn’t like tacos? The only reasonable excuse someone could give for not liking them is that they are messy. Well, that’s why napkins were invented. As to flavors, one of the great things about tacos is there are a million ways to make them, so it’s easy to tailor them to your preferences. And … Continue reading “Easy Venison Crockpot Tacos”
Venison Chili – and don’t forget the Cornbread!
If you hunt, I’m willing to bet you make chili too. And I know, I know, you already make the BEST chili. Wait, why are you searching online for “venison chili recipes” then? One of the reasons I like making chili is that it’s like a science experiment that can’t go wrong. Well, assuming you … Continue reading “Venison Chili – and don’t forget the Cornbread!”
Venison Pot Pie – Braised Venison in a Crispy Crust
I’ll admit, I’m not a huge pastry fan. For my apple pie, PLEASE give me a crumb top – or better yet, just give me apple crisp! But when it comes to a more savory dish like braised venison and vegetables in gravy – there is something about a crispy crust on a venison pot … Continue reading “Venison Pot Pie – Braised Venison in a Crispy Crust”
Venison Swiss Steak – From Tough to Tender
Swiss steak is one of my wife’s favorite wintertime meals. And I don’t think it’s a coincidence that this is one of her favorite venison recipes as well. Between the deer and the vegetables, I typically make this mostly with ingredients we’ve grown or collected ourselves – with the exception of the spices and noodles. Fine, and … Continue reading “Venison Swiss Steak – From Tough to Tender”
Venison Burgers – Skip the fat, use a binder
This is how to make your venison burgers stick together.
Crockpot Venison Beef and Broccoli
Ok, there is no beef in this venison beef and broccoli. But “venison and broccoli” just doesn’t conjure up the same pretty picture in our minds that we always see in the menus of the local chinese restaurants. This recipe pulls off those same flavors, with minimal prep – and because it’s cooked in the … Continue reading “Crockpot Venison Beef and Broccoli”
Homemade Venison Liverwurst Recipe
While I enjoy some pan fried venison liver and onions, I also like variety. And if that variety involves sandwiches of some sort, well, sign me up! This recipe for homemade venison liverwurst may not be for everyone, but it does hit the mark when comparing it to a commercially made liverwurst. Now, I’ll give … Continue reading “Homemade Venison Liverwurst Recipe”
Dutch Oven Venison Stew
I’ve never viewed a recipe as a hard and fast rule. Then again, I’m not much of a baker. In learning how to cook venison, you will become a better chef by learning how you can twist recipes to suit your needs. You can make this venison stew recipe exactly as I lay it out … Continue reading “Dutch Oven Venison Stew”
Corned Venison Hash with Dried Potatoes
I know what you’re thinking: Is he REALLY going to tell us how to fry some potatoes and meat? Umm, well yes. Yes I am! As you may know, there are two ways I’ll cook my corned venison: braising it (like here), or smoking it (like here). This recipe uses your leftovers (if you have … Continue reading “Corned Venison Hash with Dried Potatoes”
How to Cure Corned Venison
One day, I was doing some random searching on wild game meals. I came across a recipe for corned venison. Venison corned beef? Mind. Blown. You can CORN venison?! I LOVE corned beef, so I had to try it out. I’ve corned MANY venison roasts, and learned a few things along the way. Once you corn … Continue reading “How to Cure Corned Venison”