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Old 05-17-2008, 08:54 AM   #1
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What to cook with venison sausage?

what to cook with? it's loose, otherwise i'd add peppers & onions & tomato for sammiches.
i could make a spicy sloppy deer (sloppy joe).

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I can't help you, luvs, but there are a number of folks here who have experience with venison. Hopefully, they'll happen along and offer suggestions.
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Old 05-17-2008, 09:09 AM   #3
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Old 05-17-2008, 09:41 AM   #4
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Breakfast sausage. As part of a meat loaf. As a chili ingredient. You idea sounds good..."Sloppy Deer"......A sausage Taco....Be creative! Ooooo! Sausage gravy over biscuits!!!
One more.....Sausage Balls!!
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Old 05-17-2008, 09:48 AM   #5
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thanks! sausage gravy sounds deee-lish!
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Old 05-17-2008, 11:02 AM   #6
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Anything you would use "regular" sausage for.
Is it breakfast sausage, hot sausage......? How is it seasoned? That will determine how you use it.
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it's sweet sausage, loose & uncertain of spices.
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It is seasoned "sweet" then. Very versatile, at least for me, because I don't like hot sausage for breakfast sausage.
I like adding loose sausage to meat sauce for spaghetti, but typically use hot here, but sweet would work.
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spaghetti sauce sounds delish!
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It'd make a good pizza topping.
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Mix with rice and tomato and stuff into green peppers or zuchinni boats? ~Bliss
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You could always do cheeseburgers (pepperjack or extra sharp) or stuffed peppers.
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I vote for "All of the above!" sounds delicious. Call me when dinner's ready!
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what to cook with? it's loose, otherwise i'd add peppers & onions & tomato for sammiches.
i could make a spicy sloppy deer (sloppy joe).
Hi Luvs,
Serve on a bed of pommes purée with an onion marmalade flavoured with Calvados and balsamic vinegar and garnished with 1/4 apples sautéed in butter -

Or an bed of celeriac and potato purée with a shallot, thyme and sherry vinegar sauce -

Or on a tower of Westphalian potatoes layered with grated beetroot with a venison and balckberry "jus" -

Or - bangers (venison sausages) and hash browns, fried eggs and home-made slow-cooked baked treacle beans.

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Might make a good ingredient for stuffing roast duck.
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Old 06-09-2008, 05:24 PM   #16
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what to cook with? it's loose, otherwise i'd add peppers & onions & tomato for sammiches.
i could make a spicy sloppy deer (sloppy joe).
If by "it's loose" you mean bulk (like hamburger) you can shape it into links like a skinless sausage (hotdog) and go with your idea of adding peppers, onions and tomatoes to make a sausage sandwich.

You could also shape into a sausage, wrap with a slice of bacon, and bake at about 350ºF until done.

As others have noted - you can use it like hamburger depending on how it is spiced. A venison sausage cottage pie would be good ... you could also make jerky from it.
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pasties...bake it into butter pastry. Add some apple and walnuts.
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Old 06-10-2008, 12:39 PM   #18
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thanks, guys! i've enough to try probably most of these since i cook fer 2 of us instead of more- we need a few more pounds, maybe. thanks again,
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