Wild Game Recipes

Sauces & pâtés

Nose to tail : Don’t overlook the offal when meal-planning this winter

Offal —literally “off-fall”— refers to those parts of an animal carcass that have fallen off during butchering. While muscles represent more than a third of the weight of cattle, by-products including side meats, bones, skin, and intestines constitute most of the animal body. The brain, the trotters (aka feet), kidney, liver, sweetbreads (pancreas) and tripe …

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Wild Game Stew

A stew to go hunting for

This is one stew recipe that I picked up more than 30 years ago. It has yet to be outshone by any other wild game stew I’ve made.

Moose and corn turnovers

Moose and corn turnovers

Anyone who hunts knows that when you harvest an animal you’re always going to end up with a ton of ground meat. These turnovers are great with any sort of ground and make a fantastic snack to have with a few cocktails, or even a light, quick lunch. They also freeze really well after they’ve …

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Baked spaghetti with bison

Everyone has that dish that they always order when they find it on a menu – and for the lovely man that keeps my freezer well stocked with beautiful wild game, that dish is baked spaghetti.

Caribbean stew meat with coconut dumplings

Caribbean stew meat with coconut dumplings

These spicy, savoury braised meats are very common all over the Caribbean, in fact you’ll find pigs feet and ox tails as much as you’d expect to find grilled fish.

Cheeseburger eggrolls

These egg rolls would make great party food, and if you have the time to make a double batch, freeze a few for a day when you don’t feel like cooking.

Roasted Bone Marrow

Roasted bone marrow with parsley

This classic bistro dish can be found all over menus in Europe and North America, usually served with plenty of crusty bread and salt.

Roast grouse with root vegetables

Roast grouse with root vegetables INGREDIENTS 3 medium Yukon gold potatoes, quartered 2 large (or 6 small) carrots, halved lengthwise 1 shallot, quartered 1 Tbsp olive oil Salt and pepper, to taste 1 whole grouse, cleaned 1 small bunch parsley 2 strips of bacon METHOD 1. Set oven at 400ºF. Add potato, carrots and shallot …

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Bison and Squash Nikujaga

INGREDIENTS Large drizzle of canola oil 1½ lbs bison stew meat ¼ cup brown sugar ¼ cup soy sauce ¼ cup sliced fresh ginger 1 tsp grated lemon zest 2 cups water 1 lb kabocha squash, seeded and cubed (you can leave the skin on if you’re using kabocha. If you’re substituting another squash it’s …

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Simple Meat Ragu

Things get freezer burnt. Those unfortunate packs of meat can still be delicious if you know how to deal with them.

Keema Curry

Keema Curry INGREDIENTS 2 Tbsp oil (coconut oil, canola oil, olive oil) 1 Tbsp curry powder 1 tsp ground cumin ½ tsp ground cinnamon 1 onion, finely chopped 1 Tbsp finely chopped fresh ginger 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 4 cups chopped hearty greens (kale, spinach, beet greens, swiss chard or a combination) 3 cups …

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Grilled Kofta

2. Divide the ground meat into four portions and shape into 6-inch sausages, place on a metal skewer (or don’t, I had good results just grilling these without any skewers) and drizzle with olive oil. 3. Heat your grill to high heat and grill kofta until cooked through turning often, about 6 minutes. Let kofta …

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Moose Heart Tacos

The hidden trophy of any successful hunt – that should be hauled out of the woods and cherished like a beautiful hide or perfectly curled horns – is the heart. The heart is by far the most delicious cut of any sort of wild game I’ve had the pleasure of eating. And if you’re a …

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Bison Dan Dan Noodles

Peanut butter is great. It reaches it’s full potential if you spike it with chili oil & mix it with fresh noodles. Bison Dan Dan.

Filipino Spaghetti with Bison

Filipino spaghetti is the perfect food; it’s meaty, savory, sweet and cheesy. And it’s filled with hot dogs. This recipe uses bison.

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