Favorite recipes for wild game...

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Favorite recipes for wild game...

Postby dorth8 » Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:42 pm

I'm always searching for a new recipe to cook up the game that is brought home from hunting trips. We are teaching our two children respect for the game, and also that it will be used. Since they have been eating wild game since they could chew, they love it. Does anyone have any good recipes they would be willing to share? Small game, waterfowl, big game, anything....

Here is my favorite. I have tried this with pheasant, but when I made it with grouse it was to die for....

Grouse with Wild Rice Stuffing and Mushroom Sauce

8 boneless breast halves (grouse, duck, pheasant)
8 slices bacon

Stuffing: (this made too much, I would cut back)
1 lb breakfast sausage
1 C wild rice (uncooked)
3 C bread cubes
1/2 C chicken broth
1/2 onion, diced
1/2 green pepper, diced

Mushroom sauce:
1/2 C sliced mushrooms (I used more because I luv em)
1/2 stick of butter
1/4 C flour
1/4 tsp white pepper
3/4 C chicken broth
1/2 C half & half

Prepare stuffing:
brown sausage, onions and green pepper. Drain fat.
Boil wild rice till done. Drain.
Mix bread cubes and chicken broth until moist. Mix with sausage mixture and rice.

Prepare meat:
Place a pile of stuffing mixture on top of 4 breast halves. Cover with other 4 breast halves. Wrap each with 2 slices of bacon and fasten with toothpicks if needed.

Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Uncover and bake till browned. Not too long or you will dry it out.

Prepare mushroom sauce while meat is baking:
Saute mushrooms in butter. Stir in flour and pepper. Blend in broth and half & half. Cook till thickened.

When meat is done, remove toothpicks if used and cover with sauce.


I tell you, you will not be dissapointed if you try this. It takes a bit to prepare, but well worth it..

Enjoy, and I hope someone will share one of their favorites...

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Postby Ryan » Wed Sep 19, 2007 12:56 am


Postby dorth8 » Wed Sep 19, 2007 8:34 am

Thanks Ryan. I was wondering how did I miss that? But I have not visited the off topic area.

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