Venison (deer meat) is a great change to the normal meat options. There are many recipes including versions where it is stewed, stir-fried or fried as a steak.
A quick and easy stir fry that tastes as good as it looks. In my experience, everyone loves it! Chop veges into strips about 10cm long by 0.5cm wide. Works well with vegetables like carrots and capsicum. I cook the onion with the meat not the vegetables too.
This casserole is great for dinner parties served with a creamy mashed potato or plain boiled rice.
If you can get your hands on ground venison it makes a delicious change from beef in hamburgers. Serve with your favourite toppings.
If you don't like venison this works just as well on T-bone steaks. The lime and coriander butter is very visually effective.
This venison stew is simple and wonderful served over wild rice. You can also use fresh rather than tinned ingredients if you have them.
If you are lucky enough to get venison, here's a sensational way to barbecue the best part of the deer. It makes a great appetiser or full meal.
Wild meat such as venison can sometimes taste a little gamy and not everyone cares for the flavour. This technique will make it delicious for anyone!
This is an easy and very good recipe that my family loves, cooked with venison.
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.
A hot chestnut and Madeira sauce is the perfect accompaniment to the taste of venison. This is a good dish for a special occasion.