|The New Elk Hunter's Cookbook: and Meat Care Guide|
|by From the Members of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation|
A variety of delicious recipes for elk, deer, and other wild game, contributed and compiled by the membership of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
1 - 10 of 10 for elk soup
Boil the meat for 20-30 minutes. Cut in bite size pieces. Place in bottom of casserole dish with the slices of onion. Add the rest of the ingredients ...
In a medium ... add seasoning, tomato soup, 1 can water ... well. Add elbow macaroni. Simmer for 15 minutes. Great for wild game, hamburger or just beef.
Set oven at ... saucepan place the soup, milk, and ... Dash on a few bits of chopped or dry parsley. Serve with green salad and a dish of fruit. Serves 8.
Heat oven to ... package of onion soup. Mix in ... 1/2 cup of cold water. Add to gravy and bring to boil. Serve cut up meat and gravy over boiled noodles.
Cut elk into long thin ... brown add onion soup mix and mushrooms ... sour cream, don't let it boil after sour cream is added. Serve over rice or noodles.
Melt cheese or put in crock pot. Mix ingredients and add to cheese. Variation: Instead of Rotel tomatoes, add 1 small can tomato sauce and 1 jar ...
Tenderize (cube) meat ... needed. When tender stir in soup and Kitchen Bouquet seasoning sauce, mixing well. As with many recipes season to your own taste.
Trim excess fat ... foil. Spread mushroom soup over meat. Sprinkle ... Sprinkle parsley over roast. Thicken for gravy using 2 tablespoon flour in 1/4 cup water.
(an easy grill ... top. Spoon mushroom soup over all, add ... top, make a tent with foil. Unwrap, remove bay leaf, slice and serve. Serves about 5 or 6.
Dredge meat in ... off grease. Combine soup mix, seasoning, wine ... too thick, add water or wine. Can be cooked in oven at 300 degrees or in crock pot.
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