Short on time? Use Easy Venison Recipes

Don't know what to do with that deer your husband shot? Check out some easy venison recipes.Want a tasty meal for the family? Make one of these easy recipes.Love the taste of wild game? So do I. In fact, I raise sheep, but most of the time our family eats venison. We're carnivores!

Deer in their natural habitat are browsers. Their meat is healthy, similar to any other grassfed ruminant. I have, however, skinned a number of deer with at least three/quarters of an inch of back fat. These fat deer had been jumping fences and swiping some farmer's corn. Corn fattens cattle fast, as any farmer knows, and corn does the same for deer. . .and humans. That's one big reason why "Grassfed is Best." And that's why these easy venison recipes are on this site.

Grassfed meat contains omega 3, an essential nutrient, and experts say most of us aren't getting enough of it. Omega 3 is related to weight loss, and overcoming moodiness and depression. Continuing research has even linked omega 3 to positive affects on brain development in children. Omega 3 is good stuff and your venison is loaded with it.

Easy Venison Recipe for Chow Mein


1 lb ground venison (browned)
1 small onion (browned with ground venison)
1 cup uncooked rice
2 cups diced celery
3 cups boiling water
1 can mushroom soup
1/3 cup soy sauce


Add all together and bring to boil on top of stove.

Place in baking dish and bake for 1 1/2 hours.

Stir occasionally while baking in moderate oven.

Venison Sloppy Joes


1 lb ground venison
1 small onion diced
1 can chicken gumbo soup
1/4 cup ketchup
1 Tbsp mustard
Salt and pepper to taste


Cook and stir venison and onion until venison is brown and onion is tender.

Mix all other ingredients.

Pour over buns or bread.

Venison Meat Loaf


2 lbs ground venison
1 onion, chopped fine
2 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 cup bread crumbs
1 egg
1 cup milk


Add seasonings to meat and mix well. Then add milk and beaten egg. Add crumbs and mix well. Shape into loaf and put into greased loaf pan, or a jiffy-size cake pan. Bake at 350° for 1 hour. Instead of meatloaf, meatballs can also be made from this recipe.

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