Venison Rice Dressing
Try this if you’ve run out of dishes to try with
your ground venison. Here is a great recipe for
Venison Rice Dressing that’s sure to please even
the pickiest deer eaters.
There won’t be any left on the table after you
serve this up.
~ 2 lbs ground venison or wild boar or mixture of
~ your favorite seasonings, Slap Ya Mama is
~ 1 cup diced onions
~ 1 cup diced celery
~ 2 cups rice
~ 2 cans cream of chicken soup
~ 1 can french onion soup
Brown the meat with your favorite seasonings (we
like garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste) in
a dutch oven or a covered pot that can go in the
oven. Do not drain.
Add the onions, celery, rice and soups. Mix well.
Stuff inside a turkey or chicken and bake or
proceed to next step.
Cover the pot and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Make sure the pot is covered so the rice cooks in
the meat and soup juices.
Check after an hour to see if the rice is cooked
to tender. Cook a little longer if necessary
Remove from oven and give it a stir.
Serve and enjoy!
Fat Daddy’s Deer Dip
If you love cheese and you love deer… check this
This is a great party pleaser for football games,
and other events.
You can make it mild or spicy (we like it spicy)
but this dip simply can’t be beat.
Here’s the recipe:
~ 1 lb ground deer meat
~ 1 can Rotel
~ 1 can sweet corn, drained
~ 2 cans stewed or diced tomatoes, drained
~ 1 lb block Velveeta cheese
~ 1 Jalapeno pepper (seeds removed and diced) if
you like it spicy
Place the canned items in a pan over medium-low
heat. Stir together.
Cut the cheese into smaller pieces and stir into
the tomato mixture. Continue warming stirring
occasionally while the cheese melts.
While the tomatoes and cheese heat and blend, cook
the deer in a skillet. Drain if necessary.
Stir in the diced Jalapeno if you want it to be spicy.
When meat is cooked, stir into the cheese/tomato
Simmer for 15 minutes stirring occasionally.
Serve with tortilla chips for dipping or serve
over the chips.
Watch it magically disappear!