It can be challenging to find a delicious recipe for wild duck which is why I wanted to share this delicious recipe with you! Ingredients: 1/3 cup Worcestershire Sauce 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1/4 Teaspoon Black Pepper 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Salt 8 Skinned Duck Breast Halves How To: Add Duck Breasts to a bowl of salt water for approximately one hour in order to eradicate the "wild game" taste. Mix Worcestershire Sauce, Olive Oil, Garlic Salt, and Black Pepper together in a one g
This year, I harvested my first turkey during Kentucky's spring season. Not only was I excited about finally tagging a tom, but I was excited about being able to turn this meat into a variety of meals for my husband and I to enjoy in the weeks following. This one turkey provided us with multiple delicious, homemade and organic meals. Below are the recipes for easy turkey fajitas and turkey casserole. Turkey Casserole: 3 cups of shredded turkey 1 can of cream of chicken soup 1
I'm so excited to be sharing one of my favorite recipes with you! The best part about this recipe is that anyone can make it even if there isn't wild game easily available. Not only is it an inclusive recipe, but it is also extremely easy to make. We normally make ours with ground buffalo or ground venison and it is irresistible either way! Ingredients: 1 Ib Ground Wild Game 1 small can of tomato sauce 2 tablespoons tomato paste 1/2 yellow onion 2 garlic cloves Pepper to tast
For most hunters across the country, fall is all about deer hunting. We spend our summers prepping food plots, putting up tree stands and ground blinds, checking game cameras, and sighting in our guns and bows. But for some of us, fall turkey hunting is just as important. While spring turkey hunting brings the excitement of those early morning gobbles and the challenge of getting that tom to come into your calls, the fall season offers its own excitement and challenges. Gobbl
As we discussed in our previous review, Hunter Gather Game Dinners has dinner kits available for the game or fish that you harvested yourself or for the meat you buy from the grocery store, and it's simple and easy to make. All you have to do is provide the meat and a few ingredients, and Hunter Gatherer Game Dinners provides the rest!
This week I tried their Cedar Plank Game Hen with Porcini Quinoa, only I substituted the game hen for filleted pheasant breasts from our upl
Ingredients 1 lb ground venison, beef or turkey 1 small chopped onion 1 green pepper, chopped 15 oz can tomato sauce 28 oz can chopped tomatoes, undrained 1 can whole kernel corn, undrained 4 oz chopped green chiles 1 1/2 cups of water 1 pkg taco seasoning 1 pkg Ranch dressing mix (I like Hidden Valley Spicy Ranch) Instructions Brown the meat, onion and green peppers; drain Combine all ingredients and simmer for 30 minutes on low, covered Serve with shredded cheese and tortil