Thanksgiving Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
This is *not* low sodium--next time, I'll leave the sausages out altogether, and either find canned tomatoes in a more reasonable range, or use fresh--but it is about as low-carb and low-fat as I know how to make it. (I usually only have it on holidays.)Submitted by ADIPOSEROSE
Seriously, I may not be Granny on the Beverly Hill Billies, but I am a country girl who knows how to cook and loves to eat wild game.
And raccoon is no exception. Cooked slowly in a Crock Pot, this makes a very good meal.
Secret: Cut gamey taste by using Whole Cloves.
You know the second day after you make hamburgers, the ones that are left over, nobody wants to eat? This is a great way to handle that. Everybody likes this recipe - and you don't feel disgusting and fat afterwards from useless carby stuffing. If you are on Induction or really watching the carbs, cut back the onion to a tablespoon or two and add onion powder. You don't have to use 80% lean hamburger for the recipe, by the way. (If you use regular ground beef cut back on the coconut oil by about half.)
Wild meats tend to have a "gamey" flavor. You can reduce that taste by skimming away all excess fat.
You can grill or pan fry your streaks.