Tacos have to be one of my all time favorite foods… and this is just one of many recipes that we enjoy cooking up. It’s an easy recipe and it’s flavors are very similar to how you would cook a carne asada steak, but of course this recipe we’re using some delicious elk sirloin.
The key to the success of this dish is to never ever overcook your elk steaks. That… and of course, searing the meat directly in the pan that the bacon, mushrooms and marsala wine just came from. The bacon grease that seasons the pan will leave an amazingly flavorful outer crust on each piece of meat that will leave you wanting more.
Figuring out ways to cook tough cuts of meat can be difficult at times, but braising your meat for several hours creates a savory and rich outcome direct to your dinner plate.
There’s no substitute for a great juicy mouth watering hamburger… well, unless it’s an Elk burger. With just about 80 packages of Elk Burger shoved into three freezers – we have to be a little more creative with our recipes.
Mini-Elk Meatball Strogonoff
Looking for a delicious meal that really does take less than 35 minutes to prepare… then you can’t beat a good Stroganoff meal. I enjoy making my stroganoff’s a little different than most. I keep the sauce off the noodles and simply add to the top of the dish.
Dry rubbed Elk Sirloin with Pepper Bacon is an easy recipe to throw together when you’re looking at preparing either a great meal or a quick appetizer for guests. We make this recipe quite often using really whatever we have in the freezer… It tastes great with Venison, Goose, Sage Hen and Duck.
With fall hunting upon us, we tend to have a lot of waterfowl filling up the refrigerator. The best time to cook anything is right away when it’s fresh. So a recipe that we love and our friends love is easy to cook and will leave you with zero leftovers and extra room in the freezer.
Cold weather with snow on the ground tends to make me want to cook somthing up that’s hearty and warm. Meals like this also work best when it’s a Saturday or Sunday and time is not so rushed for getting dinner on the table.
Thanks goes out to Sandee for this White Cheddar Cheese Potato Gratin recipe. I made it Friday night and used the leftovers in another Elk Meat Pie. It was amazing!