Straight from the Born Family Annual Minnesota Deer Camp, this Easy Peasy Deer Camp Chili is a fast, hearty recipe! But don't let the 'easy' fool you, this recipe has a surprise flavor from.... orange juice! If you need a meal that can be prepared in one pot, serves many, tastes great and can be made with ingredients found at pretty much any grocery store, no matter the location, this chili really does fit the bill. At the heart of this chili is ground venison, though pretty much any ground wild game meat would do. To add fat and flavor, we add a pound of ground chorizo.
Khinkali are Georgian soup dumplings that bear a resemblance to Chinese xiaolongbao. Khinkali are typically filled with beef, or a mix of beef and pork, but can also have other fillings such as lamb, mushrooms, or potato. They’re eaten by holding the “handle” that’s formed with the dough while sealing off the filling, with a bit of black pepper on top. Not spilling the precious, flavorful broth is the key to success, as is sharing with guests, friends, and family. If you’re looking for a way to use ground venison other than burgers, jerky, or pasta sauce, these Venison Khinkali are great option. I recommend making khinkali in two sittings: on the first day, mix the meat, onion, and other ingredients and let them comingle; on the second, make fresh dough and fold them up.
It's winter and you have a freezer filled with venison. You’ve grilled it, thrown it into your insta-pot, meatloafed it and bacon wrapped it just to name a few. How about we expand and challenge ourselves in the kitchen this year and soup it? Enter; Venison Ramen. Venison Ramen sounds more of a chore than it actually is. You already did the hard part by putting the venison in your freezer.
Although the dish appears "fancy" by most modern American standards, it has long been considered a working-class meal as shanks were cheap and easy to obtain. Venison Osso Bucco is delicious and simple to make, if your hunt results in a harvest, make sure to save those shanks for this most excellent dish.
We're not sure that you could stuff any more deliciousness into this dish! This Grilled Venison Orecchiette Stroganoff Portobello starts off with "all of the butter" and ends up loaded into a cheesy portobello mushroom cap. We won't blame you if you eat them before the parsley garnish makes it on the plate!