Posts Tagged ‘Mexican Dishes’

Wild Game Queso (made with any ground venison)

This recipe is from our Sporting Friend, Susie Jimenez. She uses antelope in this particular version, but any ground wild game meat will work well.   Print Recipe Wild Game Queso (made with any ground venison) Ingredients2 tbsp olive oilhalf onion – finely chopped1-2 jalapenos – seeded and dicedWhite wine – used Michael David Sauvignon…

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Pheasant Street Tacos

Street tacos were so named by Americans after they discovered being served by street vendors across Mexico. Smallish corn tortillas are doubled to keep the filling from falling onto the street while being eaten standing up. What you put in your street taco is a matter of personal choice. If pulled leg and thigh pheasant…

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Wild Pig Chile Verde

I recently made this at a Hunt.Fish.Feed event in Las Vegas where we served nearly 1,000 men, women and children – and there wasn’t bowl left! We served with warm flour tortillas, shredded lettuce, tomato, cheese, sour cream. If we were at home, I’d add cold Mexican beer. Print Recipe Wild Pig Chile Verde Ingredients3 pounds…

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Slow-Roasted Goose Tacos

There’s more than one way to cook your goose. My usual method is fast and hot. With this one, you end up with goose meat that’s more like beef pot roast. It’s great for making tacos, enchiladas, etc., especially if you have a bunch of large honker breasts in the freezer or fridge. I’ll slow-roast…

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