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A nice Salisbury steak recipe with no mushrooms that uses ground deer meat. You may substitute canned beef gravy for the gravy and just add the french onion soup to it.
Hjort is Swedish for deer. This is a very basic swedish meatball recipe using deer. Antelope can also be substituted. I use my meatballs in spaghetti, barbeque sauce, and wrapped in bacon.
A small squash stuffed with ground deer, ground antelope, rice and tomato sauce. Very similar to stuffed peppers.
I used home made tomato sauce with my garden tomatoes, squash from my garden, and deer and antelope that my family hunted.
I used tomato sauce I made from the skins and seeds. Everything I used in this recipe came from the 90 acres I live on except the salt.
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