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    What do you guys make with your stewing meat? Other than stew of course. Im not a big stew fan. Just looking for some ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceFanADDICT View Post
    What do you guys make with your stewing meat? Other than stew of course. Im not a big stew fan. Just looking for some ideas.
    I was going to say make stew,,,,, Another option, brown the meat and put it on skewers with onions, zucinni, tomatoes, peppers,,, shish kabobs! Oil them up a bit and on to the BBQ!
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    Now that's a good idea. I'm assuming the meat will be a little tough as there isn't much fat on it so I'll keep it pretty rare.

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    Grind it Down for burgers.. Soup.. Its a tougher cut.. I've tried it for stir fry and it is like eating leather.. Anything that will cook for a long time...
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    Use a tenderizer on it, like this one http://www.nohrsc.noaa.gov/snow_mode...5_National.jpg
    I picked mine up at Pandoras; but any kitchen wares shop will have them. Then marinate the meat, even overnight, the tenderizing and marinade will help break down the tough fibers.

    Then use as mentioned on skewers or even a stir fry, you may have to slice it smaller for the stir fry.

    There is "The Five Rule" for wild game meat.... cook it 5 minutes, or cook it 5 hours, never anything in between.

    Sorry, the above link is for snow cover in North America, here is the link for the tenderizer tool I have.

    http://www.kitchenkneads.com/Norpro-...zer_p_103.html
    Last edited by Doug; March 10th, 2014 at 08:35 PM.

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    I use it to make barly and vegetable soup. Brown the meat in frying pan then put in pot with veggies and beef stock and simmer for about 45 min them add barly cook for another 20 min them enjoy.

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    Mix it with some pork fat or bacon,grind it up and make meatballs for spaghetti sauce. Unbelievable!!
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    While still partially frozen, with a really sharp knife, chop it into smaller chunks for chili or spaghetti sauce. You can brown it off with regular hamburger and you'd never know it was in there.

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    Grind it or chop it up and make Chili or Spagetti Sauce

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    Great ideas thanks everyone in not really interested in grinding it as i already have lots of burger.

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