Kangaroo meat is becoming a popular dish to eat and we have many tasty recipes for stir fries, steaks, burgers and even kangaroo vindaloo curry.
This recipe works wonders on kangaroo meat, but as an all-purpose recipe it can be used just as easily on beef, lamb, pork and chicken for the same tender results. Kangaroo meat is usually cheaper than other meats and has a rich flavour, but because it is extremely lean it is easy to over cook, becoming tough and dry. The good news is that all these factors make it perfect for curries, and combined with a slow cooker you have a foolproof way to guarantee tenderness.
Kangaroo is a perfect meat for stir fries because it is lean but rich tasting. You can use other vegies but these work so well.
Roo burgers for the BBQ or cooked inside in the frypan. Serve in Turkish bread rolls with lettuce and tomato or add any burger fillings that you like..
This is my favorite winter curry, I take this to work almost every day and it's never let me down.
This delicious mix of Australian and Mexican flavours is served in deep fried tortilla bowls. Other meat can be substituted for the kangaroo.
This quick and easy midweek main is kangaroo steak, seared to perfection in a bit of oil then topped with mushrooms that have been sautéed in butter.
Kangaroo steak diced and fried up in butter until well done. Fried with some chillies, a bit of mushroom and some capsicum. All served over a bed of rice.
Kangaroo steaks are marinated in a selection of Australian native herbs and spices, fried and served on a balsamic vinegar reduction with prosciutto on the top.
This is an easy but tasty way to cook kangaroo. The fillet is seared and sliced then served over mashed potatoes.
A rich thick - and easy - kangaroo stew using a supermarket casserole mix. Beef may be substituted for the roo but the gamey flavour of kangaroo makes for a nicer dish.