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.
This chili will give ya a kick and keep ya kickin' :)
NO Bread Crumbs, You can change up the seasoning for the type of dish you are making (ex. Cayenne Pepper, Asian...)
This is as good or better that the restaraunt versions!
You can use beef instead of venison.
Chili made with wild game meat
This is great as a meaty side or main dish. My daughter would want it over rice or pasta ...when cooking for myself I divide it into four servings and freeze two of them! When I need more grains I cook a serving of brown rice or whole wheat pasta to put this over... and if I'm feeling daring I sprinkle a little parmesan over the top!!
I made this up as I went along so I hope I got it down right.This would probably be good as deer, buffalo, beef, or what have you stew as well.
Elk crockpot stew
This will soon become a favorite standy recipe. You can use ground turkey or ground beef if you prefer. I use elk because it's better for you.
Medium sized meatballs (1.3oz pre-cooked weight meat each). Nutrition information assumes 1/2 lean elk, 1/4 lean venison and 1/4 ground pork. My venison was already mixed with pork and seasoned so you may want to spice up the mix to your taste.
Veggies & Meat Stir Fried
My husband is a big hunter and absolutely loves elk meat! However, elk is hard to stay together on its own because it is so lean and there is little to no fat so we mix our ground elk with ground beef. We use ground beef 90/10 or sometimes 85/15. Our burgers are pattied 1/3 to 1/2 pound and taste absolutely delicious! I am not sure about how much seasoning...I kinda guessed!