November 23, 2020 5 min read
By: Boone McAlan
There’s no shortage of great recipes roaming around the interwebs.
Whether your favorite fare is protein-heavy or full of greens, easy to whip up or complex, you can be sure you’ll find a treasure trove of great-tasting options.
The list of possibilities for great recipes is so endless we thought it would be a good idea to focus on a few of our favorite cold-weather fixings and narrow the list down to just four.
These amazing venison recipes are guaranteed to make your mouth happy and make sure none of your guests leave hungry.
This is a personal favorite for freshly harvested venison.
While there are several cuts of meat that can work to make a great Philly, I prefer the backstrap, tenderloin, or hindquarters.
An often overlooked and undersold meal for venison, I’ve found that Philly is a greatway to show off the taste of a Midwest grown whitetail while also avoiding an overwhelming game-heavy flavor.
Here’s one of our favorite recipes by OutdoorLife.
Recipe as seen on OutdoorLife.com.
It seems I’d be remiss in this day and age if we didn’t include a recipe that requireda smoker on our list.
If you have one, have used one, or even if you’ve just enjoyed a meal prepared on one, you know the exceptional taste and tenderness that can result from preparing meat on a smoker.
With the modern advances in smoker technology, it no longer requires a degree in meat science to knock out a killer meal on one.
Here’s a personal favorite for smoked venison that’s about as easy and tasty as it can get.
For hunters, there are few things that are as synonymous with colder weather as hunting.
Right near the top, though, would be chili.
Whether you’re the type that calls it chili or if it goes by chili soup in your house, one thing is for sure. There might be no better pairing of a meal for a cold night than a well-prepared bowl of chili.
Hot or mild, with cornbread or a cinnamon roll, covered in cheese or crackers, no matter which way you take it, this venison chili recipe will satisfy even the deepest hunger.
Look, we can’t forget about breakfast.
Whether you’re at home in your pajamas on a Saturday morning or you just got back to camp after a cold early morning sit, this last recipe is sure to be a hit. Taste a bit of the south with this amazing combo of salty and sweet, soft and crunchy.
We’re not taking any credit for this fantastic concoction either; this brunch specialty comes courtesy of one of our favorite carnivores, Jess Pryles.
Featuring steak cuts from the front and hindquarters, this venison dish might become your family’s new favorite.
Recipe as seen on JessPryles.com.
These are some of our favorite recipes to pull out when staring at a freezer full of venison meat and a cold-weather winter wonderland out the window. What else might you add to the list?
The post 4 Staple Venison Recipes to Warm You Up This Winter first appeared on Shadow Hunter Blinds.
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