Tight Spot Quivers
Ground Antelope?
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Contributors to this thread:
Nomad 24-Jan-19
Bob H in NH 24-Jan-19
Nick Muche 24-Jan-19
cnelk 24-Jan-19
PoudreCanyon 24-Jan-19
Adventurewriter 24-Jan-19
Paul@thefort 24-Jan-19
Bou'bound 24-Jan-19
Topgun 30-06 24-Jan-19
MPN 24-Jan-19
midwest 24-Jan-19
drycreek 24-Jan-19
Deertick 24-Jan-19
Nomad 24-Jan-19
dirtclod Az. 24-Jan-19
BULELK1 25-Jan-19
Ermine 25-Jan-19
Treeline 25-Jan-19
smarba 25-Jan-19
Surfbow 25-Jan-19
Surfbow 25-Jan-19
Nomad 26-Jan-19
Treeline 26-Jan-19
Wapitidung 13-Feb-19
ghost stalker 18-Feb-19
PECO 18-Feb-19
yeager 18-Feb-19
7mm08 20-Feb-19
7mm08 20-Feb-19
tobinsghost 20-Feb-19
ELKMAN 20-Feb-19
Adventurewriter 20-Feb-19
Cheesehead 20-Feb-19
From: Nomad
24-Jan-19
I was gifted some ground antelope (about 3 pounds) for doing a co-worker a work favor. What are the best ways to prepare it without hiding the flavor. I've only had antelope steaks before & thought it was some of the best meat I've had.

From: Bob H in NH
24-Jan-19
Spaghetti, meatloaf, tacos, burgers

From: Nick Muche
24-Jan-19
Without hiding the flavor, meat loaf or burgers. Jerky even. Most burger dishes require seasoning or sauce (tacos and spaghetti) and that will hide the flavor.

From: cnelk
24-Jan-19
I like to add browned antelope burger to Progresso Vegetable Barley soup. Simmer and serve

Good stuff on a winter evening

From: PoudreCanyon
24-Jan-19
The natural sage-yness makes it really good in breakfast sausage IMO. Goat sausage breakfast burritos are a staple during hunting season in our camp. Poudre

24-Jan-19
Best meat other than oryx it is easy to over cook just say heat over it and its done

From: Paul@thefort
24-Jan-19
if made into burger, do not cover with catsup or mustard to preserve the wild meat taste.

From: Bou'bound
24-Jan-19
the best meat. love it

From: Topgun 30-06
24-Jan-19
I shot two does last season and one processed into several types of sausage. I boned the other one out , froze it at my buddy's home and brought it home frozen. I ground all of it and vacuumed packed it to use many ways. So far the straight patties have been great along with one batch of spaghetti using Prego meat sauce.

From: MPN
24-Jan-19
Any beef or pork fat added to the ground? If so, the flavor will be altered a bit already. If not, as has been said, don’t over cook for burgers, tacos, etc. Jerky with the ground is a favorite...

From: midwest
24-Jan-19
A thick burger patty with a little garlic salt and pepper, medium rare, no bun, with a side of sauteed mushrooms and 2 eggs over easy. Serve with a big salad.

From: drycreek
24-Jan-19
"Hamburger steak" trips my trigger, but we use it just like deer. I love it, but I guess I'm permanently out of it now, so I replace it with Axis.

From: Deertick
24-Jan-19
We just eat burgers. Last night we ate stuffed peppers. That’s good too

From: Nomad
24-Jan-19
Sounds good everyone. Thanks!

Midwest....think I'll try that first with some Chantrelle's the wife & I picked last summer. Sounds about perfect!

From: dirtclod Az.
24-Jan-19
midwest and drycreek hit the nail on the head.Jus good ol' undoctored meat!

From: BULELK1
25-Jan-19
I like to just put a lil' Olive oil in the fry pan and cook it with onions, peppers, mushrooms and some cauliflower heads.

Enjoy!

Good luck, Robb

From: Ermine
25-Jan-19
My favorite meat.

From: Treeline
25-Jan-19
Antelope is yummy!

From: smarba
25-Jan-19
I have a VERY bland palate, so everyone chiming in with "onions, peppers" etc. makes me cringe. Since the question is how NOT to hide the flavor, good ol' burgers are my recommendation. Don't over cook any game meat.

From: Surfbow
25-Jan-19
Meatloaf, look up Hank Shaw's or Steve Rinella's recipes...

From: Surfbow
25-Jan-19
...and don't you dare put ketchup on it!

From: Nomad
26-Jan-19
Surfbow.....I have Steve's cookbook & I'm not a ketchup on meatloaf kinda guy. ;)

From: Treeline
26-Jan-19
Man, Smarba you are in the wrong place to be bland! Fabulous chili dishes down there and figured it would have rubbed off on you by now!

I am with you on the antelope burger deal though. Great just with a little garlic salt and pepper as a burger. No need to hide anything in antelope meat!

From: Wapitidung
13-Feb-19
My fa vo rite.

18-Feb-19
Bratz

From: PECO
18-Feb-19
A friend gave me some burritos she made. She made the ground antelope into churizzo, and the burritos were just meat and cheese. Those things were amazing!

From: yeager
18-Feb-19
It is also great in chili, as is bear, elk, etc.

From: 7mm08
20-Feb-19
Kefta Kabobs!

From: 7mm08
20-Feb-19
Kefta Kabobs! With home made tzaziki sauce.

From: tobinsghost
20-Feb-19
My wife and 13 year old prefer antelope over everything else except whitetail backstrap and tenderloins.

From: ELKMAN
20-Feb-19
Patty up and throw it on the grill

20-Feb-19
Smarmba is right don't over cook with antelope just say the word Heat and its done

From: Cheesehead
20-Feb-19
Tacos tonight!

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