Deer shanks

Snoopdogg

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Okay Blank and OutdoorWriter, I found a few food pics in my phone. These are deer shanks that seared then slow cooked (in crockpot) with veggies added at end. Looks like there is some store bought insta-rice on the side. Son posted on some social media a couple years ago, hence the title on pic.

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OutdoorWriter

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Okay Blank and OutdoorWriter, I found a few food pics in my phone. These are deer shanks that seared then slow cooked (in crockpot) with veggies added at end. Looks like there is some store bought insta-rice on the side. Son posted on some social media a couple years ago, hence the title on pic.
It's about time someone else joined in! It looks great.
 

tailchasers

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Up until this last season we would always cut the meat off the shank tossing it into the grinder pile. That has since been learned as a life mistake. Shanks will be treated like a top cut. Incredible flavor, tenderness, while remaining juicy like no other piece of meat on a critter.

I season the high heat seer On the grill then right to the crock pot it goes for 6 hours with onions, carrots, celery, potatoes, some broth, garlic, salt and pepper. We mix this up too with a creamy sauce sometimes too.

I got a lot of favorites and this is one too.
 

philthy

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Oh man, that looks good! I've got a couple bighorn shanks in the freezer that I may try that way.
 

CCity65

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My brother has made Osso Buco the last 2 years for Christmas, using deer shanks. It is one of, if not the best meals of the year. He cooks the shanks really slow- 6-8 hours. It is incredible!
 

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