Posts Tagged ‘Venison’

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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Venison Tostada

It’s just a taco unhinged. This can be a salad or appetizer course, or double the recipe for a light lunch or dinner entree. PrintVenison Tostada Yield: 4 servings Ingredients4 cups cooked ground or pulled venison, seasoned with Southwestern seasonings 4 large corn tortillas, deep-fried until crispy 2 cups cooked black beans 6 cups romaine…

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Venison Sausage and White Beans

This is a stick-to-your ribs side dish that can also be served as a main course. If I’m short on time, I’ll make a quick version of this recipe with 4 15-ounce cans of cooked beans instead of dried. Any venison sausage will do, but my sausage of choice for this dish is Italian-seasoned. PrintVenison Sausage…

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Venison Stuffed Zucchini

I grew up eating this dish, prepared with ground beef, a few times a month. I’ve since made it many times with various ground game meats and game sausage. It might be pedestrian for today’s food snobs, but it really tastes great. PrintVenison Stuffed Zucchini Yield: 4 servings Ingredients2 medium zucchini, split lengthwise 1 tablespoon…

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