Canned Venison

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Total Time
2hrs
Prep
30 mins
Cook
1 hr 30 mins

This recipes assumes you know and use the proper canning methods. This is the way my MIL, Mother and I have done it for years and years. I see in the latest Ball Blue Book that they list the proper way is to hot pack it. I truly don't see the difference between wild game and raw pack pork. I use the basic directions for stew meat.

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Raw pack:.
  2. Add 1 tsp canning salt per quart jar.
  3. Add 1/2 beef bouillon cube to each jar.
  4. Pack with meat and desired amount of onion. (I add 7 to 10 pieces of onion to my jars). Pack meat tightly. I use a wooden spoon to jam the meat in tightly.
  5. Remove air bubbles leaving 1 inch head space. Affix two part lids.
  6. Process in pressure canner at 10 lbs pressure for 90 minutes for quarts.
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5 5

Have used this recipe for years. My family really enjoys this. You can use this so many different ways. One of our favorite ways is to open and drain. Mix a can of cream of chicken soup, a pack of onion soup mix and stir into the meat. put in a baking dish and bake for about 30 minutes. Serve with mashed potatoes or rice. Delicious and easy! I also use it with soups or stews.

5 5

Wonderful flavor. I didn't realize that I hadn't reviewed this until I was setting up a cookbook for 2011 canning seasons.
I have used this recipe to can both Venison and beef, Both turned out great.
What a wonderful canned meat for a quick meal.
I make up a batch of mashed potatos and cook up some quality egg noodles. Reheat the canned meat, mix it with the noodles and serve over the potatoes. What a wonderful quick meal.

5 5

For a couple years now, we've been canning venison. It can be used for MANY things. Use it as you would use beef! I've made venison pull-aparts (by shredding up the canned venison, adding b.b.q. sauce and heating in the microwave) and venison fahitas (follow directions on package & add venison meat during the last few minutes-just enough to heat up the meat.), just to name a few..... Be creative...many things can be done!