Wild game recipes
Looking for a new way to prepare wild game? Here are a few yummy ideas!
With this recipe, nobody EVER believes that it is #WILDTURKEY! It is so tender, tasty & melts in your mouth. And if you don't turkey hunt, not a problem, this recipe can be used with store bought #turkey breast also. #WildGame #Recipes #LegendaryWhitetails
A delectable mild yet flavorful stroganoff, made with tasty fresh rabbit. Everyone will enjoy this. I have even tempted vegetarians with this and they loved it. This will serve 6 or 4 with some left overs. I enjoy it the next day more, after the flavor has permeated the meat. A fresh baked bread for dipping is suggested...Submitted by Greg S.
A delectable mild yet flavorful #stroganoff, made with tasty fresh #rabbit. Everyone will enjoy this. I have even tempted #vegetarians with this and they loved it. This will serve 6 or 4 with some left overs. I enjoy it the next day more, after the flavor has permeated the #meat. A #fresh #baked #bread for dipping is suggested. #WildGame #Recipes #LegendaryWhitetails
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The Best Ever Herb Roasted Turkey add water smother turkey in the butter mix and tuck the wings. 1 (12-14 pound) whole, turkey (defrosted) 2 sticks unsalted butter, softened 2 tablespoons garlic powder 1 tablespoon dried rosemary 1 tablespoon dried basil 2 teaspoons ground sage 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper 2 cups water Preheat oven to 325°. 31/2 hours
The Best Ever Herb Roasted Turkey
Roasting a rabbit.1)brine 3hrs with mortons tender quick, 1c to 4c water... Add herbs penseys fox point, parsley, bouquet garni, marjoram, thyme, one lemon and fresh cracked pepper 2) preheat oven to 350 degrees 3) take rabbit out of brine and rub with 1/2 tsp each sage,basil,onion/ garlic powder, mrs dash,cracked pepper, Penzey fox 4) place 3 cups water in sauce pan and dissolve 4 chicken bouillon cubes. Add 1tsp soy sauce 5)place in roast pan add liquid cover,cook at 350 for 21/2 to 3hrs.
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The cardinal rule with grouse is don’t mess with it. Roast it simply, add a sauce that compliments it, and enjoy.