Elk Tenderloin With Whiskey Cream Sauce
When I fill my tag on a beautiful elk one of the first thoughts that crosses my mind amongst many others is, "I CANT WAIT TO COOK THE TENDERLOIN!" Such a delicious piece of meat and a perfect way to celebrate a successful hunt and getting meat in the freezer to feed your family. I hunt for lots of reasons. Tradition, passion, perseverance, feeding my adventurous side. Its my happy place to be in the woods and the memories made out there during hunting season are irreplaceable. Even during…
Bacon-Wrapped Grilled Elk Backstrap
Here's a delicious way to prepare elk: seasoned pieces of backstrap are wrapped in bacon, and grilled. This tasty meal is ready in under half an hour!
Elk Breakdown | Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
Elk Breakdown Know your cuts and how to cook ’em. 1) The loin, aka, backstrap, runs the length of the backbone and provides the …
Jalapeno Cheddar Summer Sausage (Elk)
Recipe provide by Weston Products This summer sausage is flavored with jalapenos and cheddar cheese, and made from elk hunted by our own Jason Berry from his archery hunt in New Mexico. With a Weston Meat Grinder and Weston Sausage Stuffer from our Realtree line, plus Weston Mahogany Casings, Hog Ring Pliers, and a Weston Propan
Elk sliders with killer barbeque sauce | | Wild Game Cuisine
Watching your weight? Make these mini elk sliders using horseradish mustard and cornmeal. Then top off with a tablespoon of your favorite Barbeque sauce and
Mozzarella stuffed elk meatballs & red wine tomato sauce | | Wild Game Cuisine
There's nothing better than a heavenly hearty meal on a Sunday night. Mozzarella stuffed elk meatballs drowned in red wine tomato sauce served up with some
Slow Cooked Antelope | | Wild Game Cuisine
Round steak is often tough, and hard to cook. One of my favorite ways to cook it is in a crockpot. Slow cooking it really helps give it a better flavor and a
Elk Pierogi | | Wild Game Cuisine
These mini dumplings are light and savory packed with a combination of ground elk and vegetables. Boiled and then lightly fried in butter until golden brown.