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  • October 19, 2004 at 1:50 am #498336 Back to Top REPORT
    scottyluck
    Scottyluck

    Joined: 6/24/2004
    OK guess I’ll get the ball rolling.

    My brother’s venison chili recipe:

    1 LB. GROUND VENISON
    1 LB. VENISON STEW MEAT (cut small)
    3 15 OUNCE CANS KIDNEY BEANS
    1 LARGE CAN STEWED TOMOATOS
    3-5 TSP. CHILI POWDER
    ¼ CUP CHOPPED ONIONS
    CRUSHED RED PEPPER
    MINCED, OR FRESH CHOPPED GARLIC
    1/4 CUP TEXAS PETE, RED DEVIL, (or similar) HOT SAUCE

    In large pot, brown venison, garlic, and onions. Use garlic according to your taste. I personally like a lot of garlic. When venison is browned, add kidney beans, tomato’s, chili powder, crushed red pepper, and simmer. I usually simmer for at least 2 hours. After simmering, add hot sauce and simmer for at least another 15 minutes. Now is the time to taste test and add hot sauce, chili powder, or red pepper if you feel it needs more flavor.
    Taste before adding the hot sauce. You may not need it.
    Takes about 20min to put together.

    Enjoy!![=}=]

    October 21, 2004 at 6:34 pm #494890 Back to Top REPORT



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    CORNED VENISON OR BEEF

    5 LBS MEAT (ROAST) 1/2 TSP GARLIC POWDER
    5 TBSP MORTON TENDERQUICK 1 TBSP GROUND PEPPER
    2 TBSP BROWN SUGER 1 TSP BAY LEAVES
    1 TSP PAPRICKA 1 TSP CLOVES WHOLE OR GROUND
    1 TSP ALLSPICE 1 GALLON FREEZER BAG
    BOIL ONE QUART OF WATER,REMOVE FROM HEAT.STIR IN SPICES.STIR SEVERAL TIMES AS IT COOLS.PEIRCE ROAST WITH KNIFE SEVERAL TIMES AND PLACE IN BAG.POOR IN BRINE,PUT BAG IN A CONTAINER (LEAKS)AND PLACE IN FRIDGE FOR 2 TO 3 WEEKS.SHAKE BAG EVERY COUPLE OF DAYS.YOU CAN SPEED UP THE PROCESS BUY INJECTING THE BRINE INTO THE MEAT.

    November 10, 2004 at 4:15 pm #498322 Back to Top REPORT
    jholman
    Jake Holman


    Joined: 11/30/2009
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    2 alarm venison chili mix. Follow directions on the box of 2 alarm mix. Use ground venison instead of hamburger, browned with diced onion, (you may want to back off the onions if you don’t enjoy them too much as there is a bag of dried diced onions in with the chili mix) and add a can of ranch style pintos to it, and a can of stewed tomatoes. Go light on the red pepper that comes with the mix unless you want to set yourself on fire! It is quick, and tastes terrific!
    You can find the 2 alarm chili mix in the grocery store. They also make a No Alarm mix that is not as spicy.
    November 10, 2004 at 9:28 pm #498323 Back to Top REPORT



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    Williams chilli mix with venison instead of beef….yum[:D]
    January 4, 2005 at 1:20 pm #498324 Back to Top REPORT
    chrud
    Chrud

    Joined: 7/12/2004
    We bought a mix packet from Gander Mountain. It was good, but not nearly hot enough.

    You guys don’t put noodles in it, do you? I hope not, because then it’s cassarole, not chili.[:D]

    February 15, 2005 at 6:30 pm #498325 Back to Top REPORT
    jholman
    Jake Holman


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    used this one and its great.
    March 7, 2005 at 9:40 pm #498326 Back to Top REPORT
    mnbuck
    MNbuck

    Joined: 6/23/2004
    quote:

    Originally posted by Scottyluck

    OK guess I’ll get the ball rolling.

    My brother’s venison chili recipe:

    1 LB. GROUND VENISON
    1 LB. VENISON STEW MEAT (cut small)
    3 15 OUNCE CANS KIDNEY BEANS
    1 LARGE CAN STEWED TOMOATOS
    3-5 TSP. CHILI POWDER
    ¼ CUP CHOPPED ONIONS
    CRUSHED RED PEPPER
    MINCED, OR FRESH CHOPPED GARLIC
    1/4 CUP TEXAS PETE, RED DEVIL, (or similar) HOT SAUCE

    In large pot, brown venison, garlic, and onions. Use garlic according to your taste. I personally like a lot of garlic. When venison is browned, add kidney beans, tomato’s, chili powder, crushed red pepper, and simmer. I usually simmer for at least 2 hours. After simmering, add hot sauce and simmer for at least another 15 minutes. Now is the time to taste test and add hot sauce, chili powder, or red pepper if you feel it needs more flavor.
    Taste before adding the hot sauce. You may not need it.
    Takes about 20min to put together.

    Enjoy!![=}=]
    I tried it, tastes great![:thumbup]


    April 20, 2005 at 7:06 pm #498327 Back to Top REPORT



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    Nothing like good chili with venison – dont forget the TEXAS PETE – I always cook the tomato juice and all the spices over night in a crock pot with habenero’s, jalapeno’s, red chili peppers, and some green and bell peppers as well – the next day, take the chunks of pepper out, add the beans and cooked venison – that overnight cooking with the peppers has such a great flavor to it – Do you guys ever top yours with cheese or sour cream?
    April 21, 2005 at 1:34 am #498328 Back to Top REPORT
    buckchef
    BuckChef

    Joined: 8/14/2004
    Cheese All The Time!!!! A good sharp cheddar, and a hunk of crusty bread, hand me an ice cold beer, and I’m in heaven!!![:thumbup]
    June 30, 2005 at 4:35 am #498329 Back to Top REPORT



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    quote:

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    Nothing like good chili with venison – dont forget the TEXAS PETE – I always cook the tomato juice and all the spices over night in a crock pot with habenero’s, jalapeno’s, red chili peppers, and some green and bell peppers as well – the next day, take the chunks of pepper out, add the beans and cooked venison – that overnight cooking with the peppers has such a great flavor to it – Do you guys ever top yours with cheese or sour cream?


    +1

    October 19, 2005 at 11:38 pm #498330 Back to Top REPORT



    Joined: 5/24/2004
    Scottyluck,

    Thanks for this recipe. This is the first food that I have fixed with venison that my wife has eaten. She said it was the best chili she ever ate and now I think she is hooked on venison!

    October 20, 2005 at 12:10 am #498331 Back to Top REPORT
    chrud
    Chrud

    Joined: 7/12/2004
    quote:

    Originally posted by WVSwitchback75

    Do you guys ever top yours with cheese or sour cream?


    Oh yeah! Sour cream, cheese and green onions.[:thumbup]

    October 25, 2005 at 8:27 pm #498332 Back to Top REPORT



    Joined: 5/24/2004
    TheFool’s Amazing Chili

    1 – lb coarse ground venison
    1 – lb pork sausage, ground style
    2 – lbs or so of stew meat (venison)
    1 – medium yellow onion, chopped
    1 – medium bell pepper, same as above
    2 – large fresh jalapeno peppers, sliced. Doesn’t heat it much, don’t be scared
    1 – can whole tomatoes
    1 – can rotel tomatoes with chili fixins
    1 – can red kidney beans (I prefer Trappey’s)
    1 – can bush’s chili beans (hot or mild)
    1 – bunch of mushrooms, chopped thick. The button mushrooms work well too.
    2 – small cans of tomato paste, you may only need one
    chili powder, garlic, paprika, cumin, salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper to taste…..do not be scared of the cumin and chili powder, use just a little more than you think you should. I don’t measure any of these so that’s why I didn’t put measurements.
    1 – teaspoon of sugar.
    1 can of beer
    you can leave out the cayenne for a milder chili. The other ingredients do not make it too hot.

    Brown your ground meat and chunked meat, drain. Add onions, bell pepper, whole tomatoes, rotel tomatoes and simmer for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. You don’t want it to get too hot, but you really want to cook those tomatoes down. Add the beans (and their water), the mushrooms, 1 can of beer, 1 can of tomato paste and start your seasoning. Due to the beans and especially the tomatoes you probably won’t need to add any water to this recipe. Add water as you think its needed and thicken with the remaining paste as needed. Simmer for an hour stirring occasionally. I do like to cook mine longer, as long as I can without the beans falling apart.

    November 9, 2005 at 12:58 am #498333 Back to Top REPORT



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    I think some Fool’s Chili is on the menu for this weekend.
    November 17, 2005 at 3:43 pm #498334 Back to Top REPORT
    whitetail234
    whitetail234

    Joined: 8/30/2005
    I am getting hungry[=P~][=P~][=P~]
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