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Old 02-20-2005, 11:33 AM   #1
 
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Venison meatballs

1lb. ground venison
4 eggs ( slitly beaten )
4 T. shredded Parm. cheese
8 T. Italian bread crumbs
salt ( to taste )
pepper ( to taste )
garlic powder (to taste )
set oven to 350
Add little oil to pan ( only because venison is dry ) heat.
Mix all into bowl, roll into balls. Add to frying pan. Fry both sides, once you see the middle is a little pink. Add to oven and bake for about 20 to 30 min. Add to your fav. sauce. We prefer Emerils sauce

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Old 02-20-2005, 11:06 PM   #2
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oh yummy!

Now if only I can get Paulie to shoot Bambi for me!
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you can use ground beef but venison has very little fat
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1lb. ground venison
4 eggs ( slitly beaten )
4 T. shredded Parm. cheese
8 T. Italian bread crumbs
salt ( to taste )
pepper ( to taste )
garlic powder (to taste )
set oven to 350
Add little oil to pan ( only because venison is dry ) heat.
Mix all into bowl, roll into balls. Add to frying pan. Fry both sides, once you see the middle is a little pink. Add to oven and bake for about 20 to 30 min. Add to your fav. sauce. We prefer Emerils sauce
I love venison. Thanks for the recipe Nicole! :D
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MJ, I never thought I would ever eat venison. Until I met my husband. He's a big time hunter when it comes do deer. i have a lot of venison recipes that are great. I will have to gather them first. I think you would like them
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Don't need to shoot bambi, shoot an old buck, makes great burgers.
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moved to beef and pork
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thanks nicole, they look great. (making mental note: good recipe, hubby is armed...)
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oh yummy!

Now if only I can get Paulie to shoot Bambi for me!
pdswife, I saw 60 deer on the way home from work today.

Nicole,

The recipe sounds good. I will pass it on to my mom, who is always looking for recipes for venison from my dads hunting trips.
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60! Wow!
All the deer have vanished from our neck of the woods. We are used to seeing a few every day and I think we've only seen 3 in the last four months. Nobody knows for sure where they've gone... I think though it has something to do with the bears coming out of hibernation early and the bobcats that have been sited lately.

I had venison in Vegas. I love it. Yummy!

I think I'll try this recipe with lamb. We'll be buying one
in May.
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