Posts in “Recipe” category
Venison Salad with Blueberry
Venison Salad with Blueberry Rich blueberries make a tangy dressing that’s a perfect foil for the rich flavour of wild venison minute steaks. This is summer on a plate. Ingredients 75g pearl barley 1 garlic A handufl of rosemary, leaves only 2 wild venison minute steaks 125g blueberries 1 lemon 1 red onion 1 orange ... read more.
Venison Bao Buns with Spicy Sprout Slaw
This recipe from the Wild Game Gourmet pairs gamey, rich venison with crunchy and tangy slaw. Original recipe can be found here. INGREDIENTS FOR THE VENISON 2 cups – apple juice (real apple juice is best) 1/2 cup – light soy sauce 1/2 – red onion, sliced thin 4 – garlic cloves, chopped 1/4 cup ... read more.
According to Petersen’s Hunting, “an elk tenderloin, or any venison loin for that matter, still pink in the middle and presented in a golden, flaky crust is a bar above any prized turkey or cooked goose when unwrapped as the centerpiece of Christmas dinner”. We agree and Christmas in the Burdon family often features venison, ... read more.
We LOVE a good brunch get together here at Glen Dene Hunting and this ramped up version of eggs shakshuka is divine. Rich venison, creamy feta, Moroccan flavours, slightly runny eggs and all mopped up with crusty bread. YUMMM! Ingredients 3 Tbsp olive oil 6 garlic cloves, thinly sliced 1 pack Silver Fern Farms Premium ... read more.
Al Brown’s seared venison salad with pinot reduction
Al Brown’s seared venison salad with pinot reduction Pinot noir syrup Place all syrup ingredients in a saucepan and put over medium heat. Reduce to a syrup consistency; about 5 to 10 minutes. Remember the syrup will be a lot thicker once cooled. Garlic & thyme roasted Portabella mushrooms Preheat the oven to 170 ̊C. ... read more.
Venison meatballs with wild mushrooms
This recipe uses venison mince which can be minced at home using the neck, the front end, lower legs and flanks part of the animal. While mince is deemed the ‘cheaper’ part of the animal, this meatball dish scream luxury and if you are lucky enough to have wild mushrooms growing near you, by all means ... read more.
Korean Venison Bulgogi – Recipe
This recipe is a firm favourite with owner Sarah, who regularly pulls this easy recipe out of her repertoire for our guests. It’s yummy and easy and one you can do at home to wow your guests. Korean Venison Bulgogi 600grams venison (150 grams per person) 8 Spring Onions 1 tbsp sesame oil Marinade: ¼ ... read more.
Recipe – Venison and Juniper Stew
This hearty venison stew recipe is perfect for those cold winter days and can be done on the stove as Jamie’s Recipe suggests or I have created the same dish in a good old slow cooker – on low for 5-6 hours does the trick. Using the stewing meat part of the animal -often the ... read more.