Venison Chili recipe

Venison Chili recipe

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    Venison Chili recipe

    Going Bambi stalking in a couple weeks, and hoping to bring home some goodness.
    Anyone have a good chili recipe and a venison steak recipe they can recommend?


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    This one here is pretty basic, you could add anything else you want into it. I like to add mushrooms to mine.

    Its hard to mess up chili

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    Quote Originally Posted by pscipio03 View Post
    Going Bambi stalking in a couple weeks, and hoping to bring home some goodness.
    Anyone have a good chili recipe and a venison steak recipe they can recommend?

    Chili recipe--
    Go to the store and get some Carroll Shelby's Chili Kit Products – Carroll Shelby's Original Texas Brand – Chili Kits use beer instead of water to mix up the base, get a half dozen cans of black beans and diced tomatoes and a large sweet onion, I also like some bell peppers (green and yellow for color) and a couple jars of Jalapeno peppers, I will often go down the isle and get anything labeled "hot pepper" like banana peppers etc. if I want it real hot I'll get a habanero pepper or 2.

    Chili always gets better each time reheated so I'll often cook the base (meat, beans, hot peppers) one day, put in the frig overnight and reheat adding the tomatoes, bell pepers and onions on the reheat.

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    The only thing I'll mention about preparing venison is to not over cook it. It's very lean and will get tough easily if overdone. Other than that, it substitutes very well in any beef recipe. For chile, I prefer venison sausage, made by mixing with pork.

    Edit: I mean mixing with pork fat. Venison needs some kind of fat added. With any wild game, it needs to be prepared to consumer taste!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    The only thing I'll mention about preparing venison is to not over cook it. It's very lean and will get tough easily if overdone. Other than that, it substitutes very well in any beef recipe. For chile, I prefer venison sausage, made by mixing with pork.
    Now that sounds good!

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    I prefer venison sausage as well. I like venison in my chili, but I don't like to use venison and lose the flavor of the venison -- if I'm going to do that I may as well use ground beef.
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    Every December, I make it in multi-gallon quantities and freeze it for use throughout the year. I just use French's chili powder, more or less follow the instructions on the packet, adding whatever extras I like. As someone else mentioned, unless you burn the chili or overcook the venison, it is pretty tough to mess up.
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    Not trying to hijack the thread but I have a story about chili. It goes something like this.....................

    WARNING : ONLY Read This When You Are Able To LAUGH OUT LOUD.

    I went to Home Depot recently while not being altogether sure that course of action was a wise one. You see, the previous evening I had prepared and consumed a massive quantity of my patented 'you're definitely going to crap yourself' road-kill chili. Tasty stuff, although hot to the point of being painful, which comes with a written guarantee from me that if you eat it, the next day both of your butt cheeks WILL fall off.


    Here's the thing. I had awakened that morning, and even after two cups of coffee (and all of you know what I mean) nothing happened. No 'Watson's Movement. Despite the chillies swimming their way through my intestinal tract, I was unable to create the usual morning symphony referred to by my dear wife as 'thunder and lightning'.


    Knowing that a time of reckoning HAD to come, yet not sure of just when, I bravely set off for Home Depot, my quest being paint and supplies to refinish the deck. Upon entering the store at first all seemed normal. I selected a cart and began pushing it about dropping items in for purchase. It wasn't until I was at the opposite end of the store from the toilets that the pain hit me.


    Oh, don't look at me like you don't know what I'm talking about. I'm referring to that 'Uh, Oh, CRAP, gotta go' pain that always seems to hit us at the wrong time. The thing is, this pain was different. The chillies from the night before were staging a revolt. In a mad rush for freedom they bullied their way through the small intestines, forcing their way into the large intestines, and before I could take one step in the direction of the toilets which would bring sweet relief, it happened. The chillies fired a warning shot.


    There I stood, alone in the paint and stain section, suddenly enveloped in a toxic cloud the likes of which has never before been recorded. I was afraid to move for fear that more of this vile odor might escape me. Slowly, oh so slowly, the pressure seemed to leave the lower part of my body, and I began to move up the aisle and out of it, just as a red aproned clerk turned the corner and asked if I needed any help.


    I don't know what made me do it, but I stopped to see what his reaction would be to the toxic non-visible fog that refused to dissipate.. Have you ever been torn in two different directions emotionally? Here's what I mean, and I'm sure some of you at least will be able to relate. I could've warned that poor clerk, but didn't. I simply watched as he walked into an invisible, and apparently indestructible, wall of odor so terrible that all he could do before gathering his senses and running, was to stand there blinking and waving his arms about his head as though trying to ward off angry bees. This, of course, made me feel terrible, but then made me laugh. .........BIG mistake!!!!!


    Here's the thing. When you laugh, it's hard to keep things 'clamped down', if you know what I mean. With each new guffaw an explosive issue burst forth from my nether region. Some were so loud and echoing that I was later told a few folks in other aisles had ducked, fearing that someone was robbing the store and firing off a shotgun.. Suddenly things were no longer funny. 'It' was coming, and I raced off through the store towards the toilet, laying down a cloud the whole way, praying that I'd make it before the grand explosion took place.
    Luck was on my side. Just in the nick of time I got to the john, began th e inevitable 'Oh my God', floating above the toilet seat because my ass is burning SO BAD, purging. One poor fellow walked in while I was in the middle of what is the true meaning of 'Shock and Awe'.. He made a gagging sound, and disgustedly said, 'Son-of-a-b****!, did it smell that bad when you ate it?', then quickly left.


    Once finished and I left the restroom, reacquired my partially filled cart intending to carry on with my shopping when a store employee approached me and said, 'Sir, you might want to step outside for a few minutes. It appears some prankster set off a stink bomb in the store. The manager is going to run the vent fans on high for a minute or two which ought to take care of the problem.'


    My smirking of course set me off again, causing residual gases to escape me. The employee took one sniff, jumped back pulling his shirt up to cover his nose and, pointing at me in an accusing manner shouted, 'IT'S YOU!', then ran off returning moments later with the manager. I was unceremoniously escorted from the premises and asked none too kindly not to return.


    Home again without my supplies, I realized that there was nothing to eat but leftover chili, so I consumed two more bowls. The next day I went to shop at Lowes. I can't say anymore about that because we are in court over the whole matter. ******** claim they're going to have to repaint the store.
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    There was a recipe from a Marlin ad around 1980 that I used for years and really liked. I lost the recipe but did a quick search and found someone who posted it, along with other recipes. Enjoy!

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    You're killin' me smalls!

    I just dropped off some venison hamburger to my brother so he can whip up some chili for deer camp coming up on the 15th.
    Gonna have venison burgers one night, venison spaghetti another, steaks and chops another, and his chili on yet another night.
    Six of us are going to eat like Gods for 5 days.

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