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!
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.
Use up your extra deer meat with this simple dish you can serve with noodles.
You start with bacon, finish with whiskey, and end up with great venison steaks.
A very simple and tasty recipe for deer meat. The saltine coating gives it a little crunch.
A full meal of deer meat and autumn veggies. The veggies cook in a skillet, while you grill up the venison steaks.
Deer steaks cooked nice and slow get a sweet finish from port.
This hearty venison stew gets a flavor boost from beer. The better the beer you pick, the better the flavor.
A tasty, bacon-stuffed deer meat stew gets a flavor and a color boost from a delivery of fresh cranberries.
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.
A nice deer steak doesn't need too much fancy seasoning. This simple red wine marinade will do. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
Deer backstrap that you won't throw back!!! Not when you stuff it with andouille sausage and braise it with peppers and onions, you won't!
This is a thick, sweet and mild chili intended for northern palettes that favor milder and less spicy chili over the fiery hot flavors of southern style chili soups. The primary benefit is that you can use (and mask the flavor of) large quantities of ground venison and few if anyone will know the difference.
If you like deer meat, you'll have to try this easy and tasty recipe. Every time I make it, it never lasts more than 15 minutes in my house!
Great with venison, this is a flavorful spaghetti sauce you will share with your friends and family forever! Serve over angel hair pasta with garlic bread, cottage cheese, and (of course) red wine!
This is real venison chili. My family really likes it alot. Even my husband takes this up north deer hunting.
A friend gave me this recipe and I have been hooked ever since. What is really great about it, is that it is a smaller scaled down version of venison chili. Most venison chili recipes are for large numbers of people. I usually cook this for my family on a weekend and they eat on it for most of the day.
Since I cut up my own venison I needed a recipe to cook some of the tougher parts of the meat, or any of the steaks. This recipe will make any venison so tender you can cut it with a fork!