Posts Tagged ‘Salad’

Iceberg Wedge with Crispy Venison

Lots of people knock iceberg lettuce for its lack of nutritional value as compared to other lettuces. Iceberg is low on vitamins A and C compared to darker-leafed greens, but it’s crisp, crunchy and sits high and proud on a plate. This recipe simply builds a classic wedge-and-blue-cheese salad upon seasoned, pounded and seared venison…

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Mexican Corn Salad with Shredded Meat by Susie Jimenez

A great summer treat you can stuff into lettuce cups, serve on top of tortillas, use as a dip, or simply plate and serve as a salad, as in the picture. Susie grills up several corn cobs, but the recipe just calls for one. Go ahead and take the corn off the other cobs and…

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Grilled Venison Thai Salad

Contrary to what some folks think, Thai cuisine is not just fiery heat and oddball ingredients. It’s fresh, light and long on flavor. Because you’re making your own, add more or fewer red pepper flakes to suit your taste buds. PrintGrilled Venison Thai Salad Yield: 4 servings Ingredients1 pound venison backstrap, tenderloin or trimmed hindquarter…

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Smoked Pheasant and Cashew Salad

Pheasant Cashew Salad

When I was making this on The Sporting Chef show, I thought it would taste just as good between two slices of bread. This is one of those recipes that works well for leaner cuts of meat, such as pheasant or wild turkey. We smoked our pheasant breast and thighs in the Camp Chef SmokePro…

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