If you’ve ever cooked beef wellington then you know it takes a little time, but it’s a simple recipe…and the…
It has been tradition to cook up some of the backstrap as soon as we get back to camp after…
We’ve made this tamale pie with both elk burger and venison burger. I’ve had no complaints and nobody can decide…
A quick and hearty elk chili that uses minimal ingredients and makes just the right amount of food for two. Try substituting ground venison or antelope.
Elk and cheese-filled flour tortillas baked under a green sauce infused with tequila. Adjust the amount of tequila to suit your taste. Enjoy! (Substitute ground venison or antelope.)
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 have to admit that I am not a full-fledge Lover of Jerky whether wild or farm raised, but when Andy made his most recent batch I had to admit I’ve converted to the other side.
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?
Best Elk Burger! Take any traditional elk or venison hamburger recipe and give it a quick twist by spicing up your sauce. I love heat and this Jalapeno Thousand Island sauce does it up right!
Flavorful and extremely easy to make Pesto Elk Meatballs … you’ll FOOL everyone with this recipe. Make it with antelope, elk, venison or regular beef!
Here is a not so boring pizza recipe with elk Italian sausage, ricotta cheese, tomato sauce, sautéed mushrooms and onions, fresh oregano, basil and cherry tomatoes.
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.
I enjoy the challenge of combining ingredients that I already have in the pantry to avoid having to go to the grocery store too many times during the week. Soups just happen to be one of my favorite meals to create… Leave me a message and let me know what you think!
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!
Watching your weight? Make these mini elk sliders using horseradish mustard and cornmeal. Then top off with a tablespoon of your favorite Barbeque sauce and you’ll be in heaven! Leave a comment and let me know what you think!
Meat pies are such an easy item to prep and cook for everyone to enjoy. In this shepherd’s pie I added butternut squash and a red potato mash that really sweetened the flavor of the pie. Tell me if you’ve made this… drop me a line.
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?
Ground elk burger smothered in chili verde salsa, diced mild green chilies, kidney beans, chips and cheese. Two words… “So Good”!
Try these baked elk burger enchiladas smothered in mushroom soup and sour cream. It had to be one of the quickest to disappear out of all my enchilada recipes.
For all those out there who haven’t ever tried wild game cooking – let me just say you might be missing out on some of the best meats available. If you don’t know someone who is a hunter you can always order wild game from your local butcher. Be adventurous and try it!
I found this amazing recipe for Lasagna using diced chili’s to spice things up a bit… so I thought why not take the offbeat approach to a classic dish and seriously take it to the next level.
With just a few pieces of elk meat leftover from an earlier recipe, I cooked up this amazing, flavorful and completely 100% low fat, Elk backstrap panini with smoked gouda, bacon and tomato.
Try something different tonight and barbeque your basic taco toppings: tomatoes, onions, chilies and tortillas. It’s fun, different and best of all it tastes fantastic!
Making chili is a relaxing way to enjoy a cloudy, cold and wet weekend day. There are so many ways…
I want to be honest and let you know that when you make these Raviolis … you’ll be addicted, craving them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I know just looking at them I’m getting hungry.
Friday night spent outdoors next to a fire and a few shallot and blue cheese elk burgers on the BBQ.
Boiling your bell peppers prior to cooking on the BBQ is what really makes this dish a success. The sweetness of the pepper and the elk meat, the carmelized onion infused by the BBQ… and then top it off with melted cheese. Wow… It’s delicious.
What’s for dinner? Why not something simple like olive elk meatloaf with horseradish mashed potatoes and brown gravy? Trust me… it’s tasty and the leftovers the next day are even better!
Friday night dinner and a movie called for a great bottle of red and some Italian elk sausage spaghetti with garlic noodles… oh, and the movie of choice – Sherlock Holmes.
Shepherd’s meat pie with Italian elk sausage includes chopped celery, carrots, onion, mushrooms, fresh tarragon, shallots, a little bacon and mashed potatoes.
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.
It’s all about Portion Control these days, so I cooked up some Mini Elk Calzones with ground elk, mushrooms, oregano, ricotta cheese and creamy Alfredo sauce.
Rich and delicious crustless quiche that includes elk italian sausage, mushrooms, cheddar cheese, parmesan cheese and whole cherry tomatoes.
The best cuts of meat deserve the most attention to detail; however, that doesn’t mean that you need to use the most expensive ingredients. Simple things like sage leaves, creamy Alfredo sauce, yes from a jar… mushrooms and onions make a fine dining meal in minutes.
I have too many ingredients left in the refrigerator that just scream to me to keep making tacos with different ingredients. The dry rub is essentially the same, but what makes these tacos different each time is what you put on them. You just can’t make this taste bad!
Flaky pastry surrounding the flavored elk with onions and tomato’s infused with spicy cumin and chipotle chili seasonings… and then topped with creamy and fresh guacamole. Can you say YUM?
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.