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Oct-06-11, 
11:01 PM (MST)
"Hunter's Stew"

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This is actually named after the young man "Hunter" that killed the deer that I made this great stew from. It was his first deer and he killed it in No. California on Sunday. My daughter and I went over to see the buck and help skin and quarter it. They were going to make jerky out of most of it so I volunteered to take the hams home and bone them out for them (dont worry, they grilled the back straps that night). This was made with the clean scraps from the two hams. It was the best stew I have ever had and I came up with it by using what already had in the house.

2 lbs. deer meat cut in 1" squares
4 med. potatoes 1" squares
1 med. yellow onion quarter than cut the quarters in half
32 oz. box of beef broth
1 cup of baby carrots
1 cup of water
1/2 cup of flour (for browning meat)
1/2 pouch of onion soup mix
2 tbs. Italian Seasoning
1/2 tbs. garlic powder
2 Tbs. worcestire sauce
2 cloves chopped garlic
1/4 cup of red wine
1 tbs. of corn starch
2 tbs. cracked black Pepper
1 tbs. sea salt
1 tbs. haberno tabasco

Brown meat in seasoned flour in a little olive oil in bottom of stock pot. Do this in two batches so as not to crowd the bottom of pot. Add water, broth, meat and all the other ingredients except corn starch and salt. Let simmer for about three hours. Taste and add salt to taste after the three hours. Thicken with corn starch and water if needed. I placed several of Grands Frozen Buttermilk Biscuits on top, put the lid back on and let simmer for another 12 mins. They were thawed on the counter and then added to the stew right before serving. The biscuits will rise in the stew. They tasted even better than dumplings and were light and airy on the inside. I placed a biscuit in the bowl and then spooned the stew over the top. It was awesome.
Enjoy this great way to utilize the left over small cuts of meat.

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Hunter's S...  oilcan      Oct-18-11   1 
 RE: Hunter's S...  mtntophunter      Dec-19-11   2 
  RE: Hunter's S...  h20fwlr      Dec-19-11   3 
   RE: Hunter's S...  FamilyMan      Dec-09-13   4 
 RE: Hunter's S...  Bates7      Jan-02-14   5 
 RE: Hunter's S...  toolmann      Mar-02-15   6 

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oilcan
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Oct-18-11, 
09:18 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

Thats a great looking Buck and the stew looks and sounds good congrats

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mtntophunter
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Dec-19-11, 
10:17 AM (MST)
2. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

Tried this and it came out great!!!

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h20fwlr
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Dec-19-11, 
11:41 AM (MST)
3. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

Glad you enjoyed it. Did you try the Grands biscuits on top? I really liked them and it was such a simple thing to enjoy with the stew.

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FamilyMan
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Dec-09-13, 
08:33 AM (MST)
4. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

Needed a recipe for deer stew and glad I found this one. Everyone like it, though some found it too spiciy. Will cut back on the pepper and tabasco next time, but will definately use again. Thanks for posting.

Mark

My hunting spot is so secret, not even the elk have found it yet.

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Jan-02-14, 
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5. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

This is an awesome stew recipe. Very good to make on a cold wet day. Thanx.

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Mar-02-15, 
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6. "RE: Hunter's Stew"

My wife makes an amazing beef stew...but I'm going to have to make this for sure with some deer meat.

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