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Wild Game Recipes ...

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

  1. TwoForFlinching

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    They were so good. I've got some crawfish tails in the freezer. Might toss thise in buffalo sauce and try them as tacos tomorrow. Drizzle a little ranch on em, sounds good enough.
     
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    We have a dill sauce remalaud that really brings out a distinctive flavor. The crawdad tails would make a good taco I'm thinking although never tried them that way.
     
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    Guess that's the menu for tomorrow... I'll tell the old lady it's for science lol
     
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    Survey says, buffalo crawdad tacos are freaking good. Needs something to bind sauce to meat, maybe a simmer reductionnof the sauce, maybe a little flour/starch, I'll have to tinker with it... but ridiculously good. The two of us ate the whole pound.
     
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    Are morel mushrooms wild game?
     
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    Baking powder is used in restaurants to bind sauces, coatings, etc.
     
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    It's only a game for us, a sure fire for you......:D
     
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    I thought they use cornstarch... [​IMG]
     
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    In looking through alrecipies.com every recipe calls for baking soda. I used it with flour to saute some asparagus and it held the coating the other night.
    Edit: baking powder, not baking soda.
     
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    Baking powder is a rising (leavening?) agent that makes biscuits and other breads & stuff rise.

    Never heard of it used as a thickening or coating agent. :anyone:
     

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