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For those of you who have deer meat sitting in the freezer I wanted to share with you a nice meal I made. You can use it for a side, or if you are a single, way too manly deer slaying machine like myself. no big deal, you can keep it in the fridge and eat it for a number of meals.
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Step 1: You will need:

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You will need:
a pot
a 10 in pan (preferably the kind with the vertical edge to keep all the good stuff from spilling)
a caserole dish to put all the tasty food in when done
1 and1/2 cups rice, white or brown ( I used white)
1/2 pound of deer sausage (deer burger would work fine)
one potato or two if you're feeling lucky
onions- I used about a third of an onion but if you love onions then drop the hammer
carrots- I used a can of sliced carrots cause its all I had but I probably would have choped two or three
vegatable oil
soy sauce
some awesome asian seasoning mixture I picked up at wally world, hibachi style
a sink so you can get some water from it
Two beers - to drink while your cooking. Only if your twenty one, drink responsibly ;)

Step 2: Step 1:

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A) Put some water in the pot (enough for your one and one half cups of rice to boil in, I didnt measure)
      -set it on the stove and wait for it to boil

B) Hopefully you have defrosted the deer meat by now, if not, dont worry you have a microwave... use it
     - put some vegatable oil in the pan 
     - put your deer meat in the pan and start to brown it

C) Start choping that potato
BuckNasty (author) 2 years ago
kinderdm2 years ago
I normally love a good venison stew but this sounds pretty good I may have to try it given the opportunity. Unfortunately I don't hunt so to ever get any I depend on the kindness of friends and family. Of course I always repay them by sharing my creations they provided the meat for.
Yum! I can't remember the last time I had venison!
Oh yes! This sounds excellent. I love venison. :D

I will have to try this - I mostly ate it fried or as jerky growing up!