Who doesn't love pizza? Not only is it super easy to make, but there are so many options! Ingredients Wild turkey (can use any preferred game meat) Barbecue sauce (I prefer Head Country) Pizza crust Shredded cheese Red onion Bacon Cooking Instructions Preheat oven to 425, place ready-made pizza crust directly on rack. Sear the meat of choice in a pan. Once the meat has cooked thoroughly, add some barbecue sauce and let it rest. Then, cook bacon in a separate pan until crispy.
When I cooked this for a crowd I used my own judgement on the portions. It really is as much as you want to cook, I love veggies so I went a little overboard! Use as much or as little as you want! INGREDIENTS: Fresh diced up turkey breast Your choice of fresh veggies, such as broccoli, squash, onion, snap peas, mushrooms, carrots, zucchini Teriyaki sauce (I used Mandarin Panda Express brand) Sesame seeds Butter Rice Fried rice seasoning mix Eggs (optional) Yum Yum sauce (Orie
I am the worst cook in the world. I hate cooking. I hate clean up. I hate going to the grocery store, but I do like hunting, so this recipe is pretty easy for a non-cooking hunting gal like myself. I’m a sucker for venison and an even bigger sucker for chili. I don’t like my chili (or any food for that matter) with very much tomato, so I leave out the diced tomatoes and do an extra can of tomato sauce instead. It’s totally up to your preference, but this is our family’s ride-
Wild pork is leaner and typically has a richer flavor than store-bought, domestic pork. This recipe includes an overnight marinade to further enhance the flavor. A quick seer on the grill finishes it to perfection. Ingredients Two wild pork tenderloins 1 cup Olive oil (or whichever oil you prefer) 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar 3 TBSP mixed herbs 5 hot chilies, finely chopped (or 3 TBSP dried red chilies) Directions Mix olive oil, vinegar, herbs and chilies. Place tenderloins in sm
Building a good tasting and nutritious salad can be difficult but it definitely doesn’t have to be! This recipe is my go to weeknight salad that’s delicious and filling but not as heavy as pasta. You can add or omit any ingredient that suits your personal taste but this is a great base to start with. Ingredients: Venison loin, or any other wild-game steaks Salad base, such as baby spinach, Romaine lettuce or any other greens of your choice Baby carrots Avocado slices Cheese,
Quiche is a great dish for weekend brunch, and although it might sound fancy...it's actually quite easy to make and can be customized to your specific tastes. In this recipe, I used wild boar meat, but any wild game (or other meat) will do! Prep time: 15 minutes Bake time 40 minutes Ingredients: Pre-made pie crust (or you can make your own) 1/2 lb. wild game sausage Vegetables of your choice, such as broccoli, mushrooms, onions, etc. Shredded cheese 6 large eggs* 1 cup milk*
I'm so excited to share this delicious wild game recipe with you! One of the best parts about hunting is gathering around the dinner table with friends and family to enjoy a meal made with wild game. That being said, let's get started! You will need: 1 medium spaghetti squash 1 pound ground wild game (I used buffalo) 1 TBSP olive oil 1 white onion, chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 bell pepper, chopped 2 jalapeño peppers, chopped (I remove the seeds to add flavor without as