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Wild Game Recipes ...

Discussion in 'Hunting & Fishing' started by BadgeBunny, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. chazroh

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    It's in the smoker as we speak. Hopefully good as it was a lot of work, will try it tomorrow
     
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    Looking for a good report.

    If your looking for a place to buy sausage and jerky mixes with a personal feedback etc, check this link for supplies, and seasonings.

    https://www.waltonsinc.com/

    They have an online forum called meatgistics where the experts answer just about any question https://meatgistics.waltonsinc.com/

    Based in Wichita Ks. Great folks with lots of online videos.
     
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    Awesome, I'll check it out. I'm always looking for recipes and kits for deer
     
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    Happy to report that it is quite tasty.
     
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    <drool> :D
     
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    This turned out too good not to share.
    Made several quarts of broth from cleaned dove back in Sept and froze for later.
    Cabbage and onion from last summers garden was used also.
    Brown 2.5 lbs of elk ground
    3-4 cups cubed red and/or yellow potatoes
    1 med head cabbage, chopped
    1.5 to 2 cups celery, diced
    1.5 to 2 cups yellow onion, diced
    1 green bellpepper, diced
    2-3 cloves garlic, minced
    5-6 cups broth beef, or your own stock
    2 14 oz cans oregano,garlic,basil flavored diced tomatoes
    2 tsp oregano
    2 tsp basil
    1/2 tsp red pepper powder
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    Put all above in large crockpot heat high 5-6 hrs or low 6-8 hours
    Several minutes before crockpot is done cube 1-2 packages of polish kielbasa and sauté in a skillet.
    Combine all together and enjoy.
     
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    Speckled belly goose and mallard. Mallard cut into strips, wrapped with bacon, onion and jalapeño. Goose was fileted, sliced open and stuffed with chopped onion, jalapeño and cream cheese the wrapped with bacon to hold together. Seasoned with Cavenders Greek seasoning and chili powder. Grill about 8 min per side, or remove while still medium rare. Sliced muchrooms, chopped cheese mixed again with Cavenders, olive oil and vinegar and stir together.
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    Paddlefish Balls. Tastes like crab cakes.

    Yep not gar balls. I thawed out some fish I thought was Gar and turns out it was not.
    I was ready to make the stuff so went ahead.
    Sorry that the measurements are not exact as I just began tossing things in.

    First up was I boiled the fish for 7 minutes then simmer for 3 and added creole and some chopped Jalapenos and red bell peppers and celery.
    I figured it would season the fish but it did not.. made the house smell good though not like boiled fish.

    In a skillet I added some veggies I chopped in the food processor to very small.
    Red and yellow bell peppers from garden and red and green Jalapenos from garden. yellow onion and a couple stalks of celery.

    Cooked it for about 7 minutes.
    In the microwave I have 2 potatoes getting nuked instead of boiling them.. boiling will also work.

    Remove peelings.
    Now everything is cooked the veggies and potatoes and fish.
    Potatoes got processed in food processor as did the fish.
    It all went into a large bowl and I added .
    Creole seasoning. about a table spoon
    Dill weed. a teaspoon and a half.
    Garlic powder. about 1/4 teaspoon.
    Black pepper. 1/4 teaspoon or so.
    yellow corn meal mix. 2 table spoons.
    2 eggs.

    All got mixed up and rolled into balls about 1/2 the size of a golf ball. like small meat ball size.

    Dry, wet, dry time.
    Then I rolled them in flour seasoned with black pepper and a pinch of salt.
    Then into beaten eggs.
    Then into a mix 50/50 of bread crumbs and Panko crumbs.
    Those store bread crumbs you know very fine things.
    I then let them rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.

    Then deep fried in oil.
    Wife wants me to smash some today a little flatter and cook in a skillet.

    Man these are so good.
    Just one more way to cook paddlefish.
     
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    I baked some Amber Jack and Almaco Jack. Some butter and seasoning salt on some. The other batch had butter and lemon pepper. Good stuff. I have more that I may try something different.
     
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