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    Game Night! Wild and Exotic Game that is!

    Deer Recipes for My Dear Husband and other wild things!
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    This is my sister's dip. She got the recipe while backpacking in Europe a few years ago. She is now forced to make it at every party she has. People smell it cooking and stand drooling by the oven until it comes out! (Many have not been able to wait for the cooling part and burned their mouths to get to it first). You might have to make 2 portions. **NOTE: Please CHECK the sodium content before you choose a ranch dressing mix, because it will affect the flavor! Some people have complained it is "too salty". Please also make sure you are using only a 1 ounce packet; there are other sizes from various manufacturers. Too much mix throws off the balance of flavors. My sister and I always use the Hidden Valley Ranch Original and we do not have any problems with it :) You can also substitute half the sour cream for prepared Ranch Dressing and skip the dry mix. It will come out a bit wetter.

    Recipe #46267

    18 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This is a hearty stew of white beans, chicken and sausage. This recipe was developed for a 3 quart crock pot. If you use a larger one, you will need to double the ingredients. Serve with cornbread, green onion fans and a side salad.

    Recipe #242342

    Tired of sausage that claims to be hot but isn't? Try this recipe. You'll need a grinder with sausage stuffing horn if you want links. Otherwise, use a food processor, and make into patties to pan fry and freeze the rest.

    Recipe #154032

    Prep time do not include the 24 hour refrigeration.

    Recipe #54478

    2 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    To stuff the casings, you will need a meat grinder with a sausage horn attachment. If you don't have such a device, use the mixture to make fried patties by shaping 1/4 cup of filling into a 1/2 inch thick patty and frying in hot oil until golden brown on both sides.

    Recipe #4208

    Simply the best sausage recipe we have tried. Great to make and freeze.

    Recipe #26627

    This is a really quick and easy dinner that is surprisingly tasty. This meal preps like a Tuesday, but looks and tastes like a glorious Sunday. The apples and the Dressing really create an awesome flavor. I found this recipe in the Kraft Food and Family Quarterly Magazine (Winter 2005). It Suggests Kraft products, however I made them with organic products and it tasted perfect. If your pork chops are on the thin side do not sear them as long and adjust the time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #114157

    I copied this from The Orlando Sentinel months ago and just now found it. We eat pork chops at least once a week and this is our favorite.

    Recipe #95222

    Easy, and so tasty. The blackberries really add to this enjoyable dish. Compliments of BBC Good Food Magazine.

    Recipe #268114

    5 Reviews |  By ladypit

    This is from a cool cookbook called "The Washington Cookbook" which features recipes collected from Washington state and published in 1982. From the wild game chapter, this is posted in response to a request. Not one I have tried, but I am happy to up the number of wild game recipes on zaar! The original recipe suggests that the flavor of this dish is enhanced by vegetables and that tiny boiled carrots are a good accompaniment. It also recommends that a bed of wild rice is quite nice. Actually, the ingredient list does not include carrot but the original directions say to sauté them along with the celery and onion. So if you try it let me know how it goes and I'll make adjustments!

    Recipe #120587

    This is am easy way to make a healthy burrito wrap. Extra lean ground beef can be substituted.

    Recipe #256047

    1 Reviews |  By Molly53

    Rabbit is available at supermarkets these days if you don't hunt your own. From the Southern chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #277247

    Yup. I went ahuntin' and got me a Moose. Then this fellar down at the fillin' station gives me this recipe. Hoppin' yea like it!

    Recipe #164730

    I made my very first backstrap tonight, and it was magnificent! I searched all over for a nice marinade, and took a little from a whole bunch of different recipes to make this simple, flavorful marinade. We also painted it over some fresh veggies and grilled them along with the venison. This marinade will also work well with pork loin, chicken, or fish. After marinating, we wrapped the backstrap in bacon and grilled it. Yummmmm.

    Recipe #269998

    The #1 rated deer recipe on RecipeZaar since 2005! It's deer season again, and you know what that means - a lot of 'Zaar chefs trying out THE venison recipe again or for the first time. Thanks for all the reviews. Hands-down, this is the BEST deer meat recipe in America. Even those who don't like wild game meat will fight for a piece of this. **I will warn you, that this creates almost a "candy tenderloin." You can see from the reviews how many people love it, but if you're looking for a gamey dish that brings out the purely meaty taste of your venison, this is not for you.

    Recipe #139664

    I love 5 ingredient or less recipes, and I also love smelling dinner when I walk in from work. A friend of mine used this recipe for a venison roast and said it was terrific!

    Recipe #79976

    I read some of the recipes off of the recipe forum about unusual meats. Now I have a cookbook from Alaska that will tell you how to cook just about anything but this is a recipe that someone might actually use! I serve this with white or brown rice or buttered egg noodles. It comes from "Not Your Mother's Slow Cooker Cookbook"

    Recipe #140507

    This recipe was originally for beef round steak, but I've only used boneless venison steaks with it. If you prefer, you can thicken the sauce with cornstarch. The steaks become melt-in-your-mouth tender if you cook it on low and this is absolutely fabulous over mashed potatoes! From Company's Coming Slow Cooker Recipes.

    Recipe #164413

    This is my variation of chili. I usually cook it with ground venison, though it tastes just as good with ground beef, and I am sure ground turkey would be fine as well. I use a 4.5 qt slow cooker.

    Recipe #167017

    This is an easy way to cook a less tender or wild cut of meat... and makes its own gravy. Great for a family dinner or may be easily increased if putting on a meal for large groups of 50-100.

    Recipe #25349

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