This is my favorite marinade after a good hunting season. The two days in the fridge really make all the difference when dealing with fussy people who don't like the 'wild' taste of a good hunt.
This recipe does not call for beans, and I recommend you try it that way. They can always be added later if someone (like my wife) insists on ruining it with beans. While deer hunting on the Nueces River, someone shot some 'camp meat', and I had to cook it up. I diced it into 1/4 inch cubes, browned it in a cast iron pot over an open fire, and went from there. I didn't have oregano, corn meal, crackers or garlic, but served flour tortillas with it and everyone enjoyed it.
If you like deer meat, you have to try this recipe. Every time i make this it never lasts more than 15 minutes in my house. All ingredients can be combined and cooked in crock pot on medium heat for better flavor.
Growing up in Boy Scouts you learn all kinds of different ways to cook. This started out as my scoutmaster's Dutch oven chili. Now that I'm grown up, I've adjusted the recipe to my own tastes. This is a great one for that slow cooker, Dutch oven, or even a pot on the stove. You might want to put a warning sticker on this one, it's spicy!
This marinated venison or beef is reminiscent of the classic tastes of meatloaf. Try serving with baked potatoes.
Start this recipe a little early in the day so that it will be ready by supper time. It has to be one of my crowning achievements. I have two stepsons who are the most finicky eaters I've ever seen. They've tried some of my recipes for wild game, but didn't like any of them; until I made this. I was shocked to see both of them go back for seconds. I hope everyone enjoys this. It does have a lot of ingredients, but trust me it is worth the time!
Venison or ground beef can be used for this recipe. I would rate this soup as mild on a spicy scale. Leftovers can be used as a dip the next day.
The meatiest burger oozing with cheese a man could possibly create. Uses buffalo meat instead of beef for a slightly different take on the classic cheese-stuffed hamburger experience.
This recipe leaves you more time for hunting -- just set it in the slow cooker and you'll have a hot, flavorful meal when you return.
A tasty, bacon-stuffed deer meat stew gets a flavor and a color boost from a delivery of fresh cranberries.
This spicy marinade is a good compliment for deer steak. Cook it up on the grill in just a few minutes.
Give your deer steak a classic flavor with this marinade in red wine and pepper. Inspired by "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns," by BigStupidFingers.
Tone down any gamey flavor in deer steak with this spicy, boozy marinade. Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled 'Stout' Skirt Steak."
Great venison steak starts with a soak in some basic spices and a long pour of beer. Inspired by jhy8555's "Rock Star Status Marinated Grilled Tri-Tip."
A mustard-flavored deer steak, after a long soak in mustard marinade. Inspired by madcow's "Mean Mr. Mustard (Steak)."
Deer meat comes of the grill with terrific flavor after a long soak in whiskey. A 24-hour whiskey bath is not recommended for humans, but it's just the thing for this deer steak.
Add the traditional autumn flavor of apples to your venison steaks this hunting season.
Give deer steaks a long soak in this simple but tasty marinade for a great tasting, non-gamey flavor. Inspired by WileyP's "Spring Hill Ranch Go-To Grilled Steak"
Give your deer steaks a soak in fresh herbs and pepper for a zesty flavor. Inspired by Casey Cunningham's "One-to-Take Flat Iron Steak"