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Covid 19 culinary opportunity

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So with still a good supply of venison from last year the lock down is presenting an opportunity for some additional game meat adventures in the kitchen. Have been doing a combo of old any new. For instance tomorrow will be having a spicy venison makhani. However a few other dishes include

Venison chilli con carne
Venison savoury mince
Satay venison with peanut sauce
Venison and red wine pies

For our South African members, last weekend I made a venison bunny chow which was received with a big thumbs up from the friends over. Will be making that again.

Will take some photos and post as the experiments develop.



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Looking forward to it.

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Sounds interesting
I thought Bunny Chow was an Asian adult film star but a google search proves otherwise :doh: :lol:

If on a South African flavour kick venison mince works well in bobotie https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/bobotie

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Oscar wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 6:48 am
So with still a good supply of venison from last year the lock down is presenting an opportunity for some additional game meat adventures in the kitchen. Have been doing a combo of old any new. For instance tomorrow will be having a spicy venison makhani. However a few other dishes include

Venison chilli con carne
Venison savoury mince
Satay venison with peanut sauce
Venison and red wine pies

For our South African members, last weekend I made a venison bunny chow which was received with a big thumbs up from the friends over. Will be making that again.

Will take some photos and post as the experiments develop.
I’ll see you Miss venison makhani in 10+ hours time!
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Looks good
Do I spy cauliflower? The price on cauliflowers has gone up exponentially like the virus diagnoses up here.

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Gun Barrel Ecologist wrote:
Mon Mar 23, 2020 5:53 pm
Looks good
Do I spy cauliflower? The price on cauliflowers has gone up exponentially like the virus diagnoses up here.
Yes there is cauliflower in there....so a few pics post slow cooking for more than 10 hours...including some home made Raita, pickle ( upside down photo) and cooked papadums.
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Slightly different culinary opportunity. I broke out the pickled egg recipe that Ron posted in 2017.

My daughter and son in law were forced to close their restaurant and had a serious lot of fresh produce on hand. Typically being the folks that they are they gave most away to their staff and families.

I ended up with dozens of eggs that needed using so the pickled recipe was dusted off much to the horror of immediate family :lol:

Luckily the local supermarket had all the preserving stuff - spices, hot sauce and vinegar.

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Goat curry was my favourite, but it should work with deer too.
I used curry, mustard powder and malt viniger in mine.
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Ok not quite game but an essential for life.....bacon. Made up a batch earlier in the week and smoked it yesterday.....I think I’ll be ok for the next bit!
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