The Ding Dang It Burger is a deliciously moist and favorable deer burger infused with a smokey bacon cheddar cheese and topped with a sweet Southern cole slaw on a sweet Hawaiian bun.
Chili Mac and Cheese is a spicy one-pot dish of ground venison with onions and garlic, black beans, kidney beans, tomatoes, elbow macaroni and some spices then topped with cheddar cheese.
Venison brined in a sea salt brine, marinaded in soy sauce and olive oil, sprinkled with seasoning, drizzled with honey mustard, and perfectly grilled with your favorite fruits and veggies.
Ground venison burger mixed with fresh pork sausage, two different kinds of cheeses, and hash browns and then baked until golden perfection.
Tenderly cooked taco flavored bite-sized pieces of venison served with Mexican rice, refried beans with onions, and tortillas.
Tenderly cooked venison stew meat with potatoes, celery, onions, carrots, mushrooms and of course barley in a beefy broth.
Juicy venison smothered in a creamy mushroom and onion gravy and poured over egg noodles. It tastes like it took hours to make, but it’s on the table in 30 minutes!
Venison Queso–Crumbled venison sausage mixed with salsa and cheese and scooped up with a Tostitos Tortilla Chip. This is heavenly deliciousness!
Deliciously Italian flavored ground venison, slices of mushrooms, green peppers, and purple onions mixed with sauce and topped with lots of cheese and placed inside a steak roll.
Layers of cornbread, red enchilada sauce, spicy ground venison and cheddar cheese all topped with salsa and sour cream.
Fried ground venison with chunks of onion and celery, mixed with cream of celery soup, topped with cheddar cheese, and toasted on a buttery Ciabatta roll.
Prepare your mouth for my famous, fit-for-the-gods, Taco Stuffed Taters. This recipe seems complicated, but it is deceptively simple, so give it a try. Your mouth will thank you!
Venison Stuffed Manicotti, a delicious Italian American pasta recipe that has ground venison, ham, veggies, a couple of cheeses, and marinara sauce. I mean, how can you go wrong with that combination? It’s impossible, right?
Who wants to go out to eat when you can make Venison Quesadillas at home in under 30 minutes? Not me! Who can resist sliced backstrap seasoned and toasted with ooey gooey cheese? Again, not me!
Fried ground venison burger and onions covered with stuffing and cream of chicken soup and baked until golden. Did someone say comfort food?
A delicious healthy stew that will make you come back for more and that’s ok because it’s very low-calorie. Slow-cooked bite-size pieces of venison and big chunks of sweet potato–oh my goodness! Plus, the house fills with the most heavenly aromatic smell.
Tender chunks of venison tenderloin with golden potatoes, slices of onion, and loads of spices. It’s so delicious you won’t even realize it’s diet-friendly.
Peppers, peppers and more peppers–oh, and ground venison, tomatoes, onions, garlic, oregano, basil and rice and then top all of that deliciousness with cheddar cheese and maybe a dollop of sour cream.
Sweet and Sour Venison Meatballs are sweet meatballs baked in the oven and drizzled with a delicious homemade sour sauce.
Tenderly cooked ground venison, with onions, Lit’l Smoked Sausages, pork and beans, honey BBQ sauce, ketchup and of course brown sugar. If you combine these ingredients you know it’s going to be good.