Sizzle up traditional meals with game meat like these green chili elk, bacon and cheese enchiladas. If you don’t have elk available you can substitute with venison, antelope or beef.
I’m borrowing this recipe from some friends since I thought it was a great combination for making some Bold and Flavorful elk burgers. It’s a simple recipe that I’m sure would be just as good using other game meat as a replacement if elk is not on hand.
There’s nothing better than a heavenly hearty meal on a Sunday night. Mozzarella stuffed elk meatballs drowned in red wine tomato sauce served up with some fried basil and crusty bread. What else could you ask for?
A pound of ground antelope, venison or elk, shaved carrots, brown mushrooms, diced shallots and some ricotta cheese are what makes these personalized meat pies Delicious.
Oops. I did it again. I had to make one of our favorite burgers into a smaller slider of a size. Try these Brie stuffed elk sliders with sautéed mushrooms and BBQ sauce.
Try something different with your meatloaf… Make elk meatloaf with olives, onions, horseradish and a little parmesan cheese served up with a side of mashed potatoes and gravy. Leave me a message and let me know what you think!
Use pantry staples to create a flavorful Elk albondigas soup with mini meatballs or cook up meatballs for your favorite spaghetti and meatball dinner.
Do you feel like you need to go on a diet and cut back on your calorie intake for the day. It’s simple, make your favorite meal into half the size just like these mini elk sliders. Half the size must mean half the calories, right?
The perfect appetizer for impressing your dinner guests has to be Mushrooms stuffed with ground elk, barbequed sweet onion and smoked mozzarella cheese hot out of the oven.