|by Matthew Drennan|
The fast pace of today's society means that we have less time to spend on creating gormet meals.
Results 11 - 20 of 40 for cooking deer meat
Fry the bacon ... to brown floured deer meat (or beef). Put ... obtain desired consistency.) Cook 2 to 3 ... and bacon and cook an additional 15 minutes.
Cut deer meat into large pieces, ... add to onions, cook for 1 minute. ... red wine while cooking. Boil the ... the stew about 20 minutes before serving.
Place oil in ... blood out of deer. Place squares of meat in hot oil ... peppers, onions and cook another 45 minutes. ... another 35 minutes or until tender.
Using 1 pack ... Cover roast and cook 1 hour in ... hour or until meat is tender. Remove ... a boil. Continue cooking until thickened. Slice ... (and vegetables if desired).
Chop onion, garlic, ... After stuffing the meat, season the ... iron pot and cook on stove or ... and potatoes may also be added to gravy for a tasty stew.
(an easy grill recipe) Prepare meat by trimming away ... When preparing to cook roast the next ... remove bay leaf, slice and serve. Serves about 5 or 6.
Put 1 quart ... other spices. Put meat into stone ware ... Fresh water and cook slow for approximately ... near end of cooking if desired and cook until just tender.
Brown meat and onions in ... then top with remaining potatoes. Cover the top with cheese. Bake 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until cheese is melted.
Cut deer into 1 1/2 ... plastic bowl. Pierce meat with fork tines. ... in quarters, separate. Cook in boiling water ... occasionally with marinade. Turn carefully.
Scrub and cut ... Add vegetables to meat; add water to cover; add herbs; cook 1 1/2 hours. ... 1/2 hour or cooking. Add au ... to packet directions. Enjoy.
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