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The 50 Best Wild Game Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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The 50 Best Wild Game Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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Dec 1, 2011


They’re easy. They’re flavorful. And they’re right at your fingertips. The 50 Best Wild Game Recipes is an appetizing selection of delicious dishes that feature your favorite wild meats. From Beer-Braised Venison to Duck Confit, there’s plenty included so you can turn your hunt into satisfying and tasty snacks and meals. Enjoy!
Dec 1, 2011

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Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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Catfish with Chunky Salsa

Baked Shad

Fish Cakes with Mustard Sauce

Barbecued Trout and Vegetables

Roasted Red Snapper

Poached Halibut with Red Pepper Aioli

Grilled Tuna Niçoise Salad

Rosemary Honey Bluefish

Barbecued Tenderloin and Mushroom Skewers

Venison Burgundy

Smoky Spicy Meatballs in Barbecue Sauce

Beer-Braised Venison

Buffalo Chili in a Bread Bowl

Shredded Wild Boar

Buffalo Burgers with Cranberry Relish

BBQ Squirrels

Rabbit Stew

Juniper Marinated Hare

Stuffed Ptarmigan Breast with Wild Rice

Asiago-Crusted Pheasant Breast

Prairie Chicken Parmesan

Bacon-Wrapped Smoked Quail and Pheasant

Woodcock and Morels over Lemon Tarragon Wild Rice

Broiled Dove

Pigeon Breasts with Sautéed Apples

Asian Marinated Duck

Mandarin Duck Salad

Tender Duck

Duck Confit

Prosciutto-Wrapped Goose

Teriyaki Goose and Pineapple Bites

Roast Goose with Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce

Goose Liver Pâté

Turkey Jerky

Deep-Fried Turkey

Homestyle Turkey and Noodles

Spicy Stuffed Turkey Breasts

Spicy Chipotle Rub

Teriyaki Marinade

Cranberry and Golden Raisin Relish

Juniper–Apple Cider Brine

Herb Rub

Jalapeno Cheddar Beer Bread

Buttermilk Biscuits

Mushroom, Water Chestnut, and Wild Rice Casserole

Lemon Tarragon Wild Rice

Missouri Icebox Cookies

Fresh Pears with Crème Fraîche and Chokecherry Syrup

Gingersnap Ice Cream

Homestyle Pecan Pumpkin Cream Pie

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As any hunter knows, only careful planning and execution ensures success. Yet, successful hunting is not limited to just the catch, but also the at-home preparation. A dry duck is still a dry duck, whether purchased at the local grocery store or successfully hunted. Therefore, shouldn’t your recipes reflect the same careful preparation as the initial hunt?

Here are fifty recipes that will satisfy your family and tantalize guests while accentuating the unique tastes of wild game. Whatever you bring home, from lean venison to flavorful wild turkey, and from fresh deep-water fish to close-to-home squirrel, you’ll find creative and delicious ways to cook it.

We’ve collected the fifty best wild game recipes, ranging from comfort food, like Smoky, Spicy Meatballs in Barbecue Sauce to the more upscale Venison Burgundy. And because no meal is complete with accompanying sides and desserts, The 50 Best Wild Game Recipes includes recipes like buttermilk biscuits, seasoned wild rice, and gingersnap ice cream — perfect complements to your beautifully prepared main course.

You’ve worked hard to ensure only the freshest of food is at your family’s table, make sure to choose recipes that make your efforts worthwhile!

Catfish with Chunky Salsa

Celebrate the flavor of your freshly caught catfish with this tasty alternative to frying. The piquant salsa is a nice finishing touch.

Serves 4


2 pounds catfish fillets

1 lemon

Salt and white pepper to taste

2–3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil

1 cup store-bought salsa

1 tomato, chopped

1 ear of sweet corn, fresh-picked

¹⁄2 cup fresh cilantro, chopped

Preheat your oven broiler to high.

Rinse the catfish fillets and pat dry. Squeeze lemon juice over the fillets and sprinkle with salt and white pepper.

Lightly oil a broiler pan and place the fillets on it. Drizzle lightly with the olive oil. Place under the broiler and cook for about 8 to 10 minutes, depending on how thick the fillets are.

In the meantime, combine the salsa, tomato, corn kernels, and cilantro in a bowl and mix well. Serve catfish with a

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