Venison is a healthful alternative to red meat, and makes for especially delicious venison stews and pies. Find loads of venison recipes to enjoy here, using venison mince, venison stewing steak and more.
This casserole is perfect for dinner parties served with a creamy mash and green beans.
Sounds simple - but succulent, tender, flavourful venison doesn't need anything else!
An easy slow cooker recipe, all ingredients are diced and thrown into the slow cooker with no pre-cooking prep work. A hearty tasting stew that is not 'gamey', it would work just as well with beef.
A venison joint is rubbed with dark brown soft sugar, then placed in a slow cooker with apple juice, soy sauce and salt and slow cooked. The resulting roast is really tender.
A variation on the classic Beef Wellington, these individual parcels use lean venison instead, flavoured with mushrooms, onions and mustard.
A rich combination of red wine and venison brings a luxurious, low-fat twist to the ever-popular dish of spaghetti and meatballs. This goes down well at family gatherings and informal dinner parties.
A rich, warming meat stew using delicious venison! It is a recipe I have just made up myself while playing with my slow cooker. Thought I'd share as it was so tasty! Serves 6. If there are only two of you (like me and hubbie) then put the rest in a bowl, allow to cool, cover in cling film and put in fridge. Eat over the next couple of days. Sorted!
This venison dish is packed full of flavour. Minced venison is blended with cracker crumbs, egg and seasonings, then baked to perfection. Enjoy thickly sliced for dinner or use as a sandwich filler.
A delicious, no-cook, impressive starter or canapé with smoked Scottish venison.
Venison is marinated in soy sauce, lime juice, chipotle chilli, paprika and cumin, dredged in flour and pan-fried to perfection. This recipe also works well with other meats, such as chicken, pork, beef or lamb.