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Venison Goulash

Venison Goulash created by Huskergirl

I haven't made this yet but it sounds really good. It is from a cookbook call "Over 50 and Still Cooking".

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  • In a heavy skillet or Dutch oven, brown venison in oil. Lower heat and add onions, garlic, tomato paste and red bell pepper. Continue cooking for 1 minute.
  • Stir in paprika, pepper, cumin, coriander, wine, and water. Cover and simmer on top of stove or in a moderately low overn (325 for 1 1/2 hours). Add more water if necessary to prevent sticking. Add cream, oregano and lemon juice; cook for 5 minutes.
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"I haven't made this yet but it sounds really good. It is from a cookbook call "Over 50 and Still Cooking"."
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  1. Huskergirl
    Venison Goulash Created by Huskergirl
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  2. Huskergirl
    Venison Goulash Created by Huskergirl
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  3. Huskergirl
    A great recipe for a new way to cook venison. I did make it a little different. I used canned tomatoes instead of tomato paste. I also added macaroni shells right in with the rest of the ingredients. DH ate some before I could even get the 1/2 & 1/2 in. He just added a dollop of sourcream on top. Made for ZWT4. Team CHIC CHEFS
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  4. Huskergirl
    A great recipe for a new way to cook venison. I did make it a little different. I used canned tomatoes instead of tomato paste. I also added macaroni shells right in with the rest of the ingredients. DH ate some before I could even get the 1/2 & 1/2 in. He just added a dollop of sourcream on top. Made for ZWT4. Team CHIC CHEFS
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  5. mrsteacher22
    This was pretty good goulash. I added about 4 more tbsp of tomato paste, some carrots, and 2 more garlic cloves. I did not add the cumin or coriander, and substituted 1% milk for half-and-half. I used a big pot, then transfered to my crock pot and cooked on high for 2 hours. Had really good flavor and the venison complimented it wonderfully! Served with a green salad and baked potatoes! Thanks Jim!
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