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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 01-13-2009, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
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Venison Chili???

I have about 15 lb of venison hamburger...was wondering if anyone had a good recipe for a chili or any other ideas????
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See my chili recipe thread... venison would work wonderfully, as it carries its own flavor, so skip the marinade step in mine.
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OMg that sounds good!

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I would recommend adding some high fat ground beef or pork to the venison. The meat is too lean and fat is where the flavor is. I'd be curious to see other receipie suggestions for venison as well.

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See my chili recipe thread... venison would work wonderfully, as it carries its own flavor, so skip the marinade step in mine.
Instead of the marinade, I suggest adding some pork sausage to the ground venison and maybe some bacon. Venison alone probably is too lean for Chili. The pork sausage and bacon should add that extra fat you need.

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venison hamburger turns into good hot sticks or sausage.

and those cut up in tomato soup, with cheese and crackers = mmmm mmmmm good
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venison hamburger turns into good hot sticks or sausage.

and those cut up in tomato soup, with cheese and crackers = mmmm mmmmm good
already got trimmings for that the guy i had cut it up asked if i wanted hamburger and said why not lol never had it before so was looking for a little guidance...now the backstrap is fantastic and need no help cooking that lol

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Before I turned it all into chilli I would make some hamburgers out of the ground venison, just because. But thats just me.

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already got trimmings for that the guy i had cut it up asked if i wanted hamburger and said why not lol never had it before so was looking for a little guidance...now the backstrap is fantastic and need no help cooking that lol
usually we mix it 50/50 with ground beef for making sloppy joes, spaghetti, hamburger helper, ie - something with other flavors kinda like your doing with chilli.

you can try it straight and see how you like it too, but they're really rich.
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I also prefer it mixed 50/50 with beef.
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