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what is your favorite deercamp recipe?
Looking for an idea for a deer camp meal, got av favorite you would like to share.?
Depends on the deer camp amenities. Campfire, Coleman stove, or regular gas or electric range in a cabin ?
Try Cnelks enchilada recipe
...And a white hot grill !
I dont have a favorite main dish, but its a must in any of our “camp carnage” trips to have a tin foil pan cookin on the fire with onions, peppers, mushrooms and enough sticks of butter to catch hell from momma if she knew bout it...
My favorite camp meal this last September was a walleye fry with jalapeno bacon for an appetizer thanks to cnelk and his buddy, Calvin!
Venison Stroganoff! With buttered noodles
Elk stroganoff Chicken and dumplings Pulled pork bbq in pressure cooker Beef pot roast in pressure cooker
All of these can be started before you head out and are quick to complete when you return. If you want the recipes I use, hit me up in IM
Brotsky, wrong color can for deer camp
One of our favorite elk camp meals is grouse alfredo. The key is brining the freshly killed grouse breasts in salt water for at least a day before cooking. Then we roll the breasts in ground up herb Triscuits and brown them in butter, while the noodles cook. Combine the grouse, noodles, alfredo sauce and whatever vegetables you prefer (we like broccoli or spinach), then let it simmer for few more minutes. Delicious!!
"Brotsky, wrong color can for deer camp."
I don't have a pic handy of the orange one :-)
Going to have to try that Triscuit breading.
How do you like your Tundra? I'm rolling in my second one since 2008. I love mine.
We stumbled onto the Triscuit breading because it was the only thing we had in camp the first year we tried the dish. Now it's my go-to breeding for several dishes.
I like it a lot Matt, I need to do a couple of upgrades to it yet including a leveling kit, new tires, and a truck cap then it will be my perfect hunting rig!
Triscuits is a go-to for breeding??? Man, gonna have to try that. Maybe up my odds a bit. Thanks for the tip GG!
Venison Summer Sausage grilled cheese sandwiches.
Slice some venison summer sausage diagonally (to get a larger slice), place if frying pan on low heat. In the meantime, butter up 2 slices of sourdough bread. Flip the sausage, top with a thick slice of Pepperjack Cheese. Put a slice of sourdough in the frying pan, butter side down. Top with the sausage/cheese assembly, then the other sourdough butter side up. Grill the sandwich to desired golden-brown. Enjoy with a cold beer of your choice.
We crank up two fryers and literally fry everything. Whatever u can imagine goes in the fryer. Brussel sprouts are my favorite. Poisoning of the heart
I always like a big pot of venison chili. I'll have to try the Triscuit breading, that sounds great, I've always used crushed Ritz crackers on trout and small game.
Fresh grilled backstrap from a 150 class or better buck.
Castleberry stew, and 30 pack of Hamms, and you'll be wondering what all the poor people are doing today!
a couple of chickens in a water smoker. get it started put some taters onions & carrots in the water pan along with the waterwater. when ya get back from the afternoon hunt remove the veggies thicken the remaining broth into gravy & there ya go falling off the bone chicken veggies gravy & some rolls
Jalapeno Elk Burger with Western Style Hash Browns...melted Colby Jack/Mild American Chedder and BBQ sauce with Sour Cream...All Wrapped in a Flour Fajita shell...Never Leftovers at Camp..or Home :)...4finger
Prime rib either smoked or oven baked. Seasoned redskin potatoes / some green veggie / salad and garlic cheese bread
I always figure everybody eats venison so much at home that they are ready for some "other" meat. LOL
When I had my lease in Central Texas, we always had a dove shoot Labor Day weekend. One of our favorite meals of the season was grilled dove breasts wrapped in bacon with a half a jalepeno. Washed that down with George Dickel and coke. Damn good times !
GG, That's kinda how my uncle discovered beer pancakes which became our traditional Mississippi River camp breakfast. :-)
Here you go Brotsky.
Here you go Brotsky.
" tator" soup, red potatoes, diced to bite size chunks, plenty onion, plenty celery, boil till tender, drain, add 2 % milk, (less likely to burn it) then add 2 lbs of browned ground sausage. add a grill cheese sammich.
Elk fajitas from my September hunt ;)
Ribeye steak over mesquite coals.
Mule deer liver with bacon & a vidalia onion.
Beer and double stuff oreos.
Fresh meat, add fire, so good!
Here in southern Maryland my favorite is stuffed ham, steamed oysters/oyster Rockefeller and cold beer!
Fettucini in triple clam sauce for us.