Entok is young Indonesian duck and the first time I made this recipe I used entok mince. You can also use duck or turkey…or even chicken mince. This meat makes this dish lighter and less fatty than using beef mince but it still has plenty of flavour.
Recipe by: iussaudia
You can substitute any meat you like in this spicy stew, but the traditional is rabbit. Serve with rice and a salad. Enjoy!
Recipe by: YAELIE24
If you are lucky enough to find fresh venison it's divine in this slow cooker recipe with red wine and spices.
Recipe by: BYOUNG1519
Venison and black beans simmered with onions and bacon in red wine and brown sugar. This also tastes great with any other type of game meat that you may have.
Recipe by: Scotch
This scaloppini style venison is crumbed with breadcrumbs then fried. It is then baked in the oven in a mixture of wine and stock until tender and cooked though.
Recipe by: GAIL BOYD
This would be great to serve with couscous; alternatively, you could add some potato chunks to the pan halfway through the cooking.
Recipe by: Always Cooking Up Something
This spicy goat stew hails from the Dutch Antilles where it is called kabritu stoba. Serve over rice or potatoes.
Recipe by: Linda
This is a very soothing dish with a stew-like consistency and some heat from the spices. Serve with rice and chapati.
Recipe by: piku
This is a simple Peranakan clear soup with some quite exotic ingredients, all of which you should easily be able to find in Asian groceries.
Recipe by: Mekmolek
This casserole is great for dinner parties served with a creamy mashed potato or plain boiled rice.
Recipe by: Vickie de Vries