Venison Scrapple

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  1. Pooge

    Pooge Cyber-Hunter

    Oct 7, 2002
    Louisville, KY, USA.
    2 Med. Onions - Finely Chopped
    4 to 10 Cloves of Fresh Garlic - Minced (depends on how much you like garlic)
    1 tbs Freshly groung black pepper (more or less, probably more)
    4 Cups Water
    4 Cups Corn Meal (I Used White)
    8 Beef Bullion Cubes
    Lawrys Seasoned Salt (To Taste)
    Sage, Tyme, Rosemary (Ground) to taste

    Cook down about a 3 - 5 pound venison roast in 8 cups of water with the 8 Bullion Cubes, spices and the onions.

    After it is falling apart, remove from the water wnd chop/shred finely.

    Strain the remaining broth to remove the gristle / funk and return to the cleaned pot.

    Add the meat

    Add the extra 4 cups of water

    Bring to boil

    Add all seasonings

    add the 4 cups of corn meal and stir until thick.

    Dump into pans, cover and refrigerate overnight.

    Remove from pans and seperate into 1-2 pound freezeable blocks, vaccume seal or wrap and freeze.

    To cook...

    Slice thawed scrapple like you would sausage and skillet fry in butter or shortning until crispy brown on each side. Serve with a few eggs over easy for breakfast....

    This is a concoction that I just came up with based on a Pork scrapple recipe.
    It is against my nature to follow any recipe to a tee so the seasoning is what I thought would be good...... Use your imagination..... Nice alternative to sausage....

  2. RightWing

    RightWing 6 pointer

    Sep 5, 2004
    Allons, Tennessee
    Sounds good, I will have to try it...

    Thanks for sharing..........
  3. dipits

    dipits 8 pointer

    Dec 20, 2003
    Thanks. sounds good. will try this week.
  4. Redfishman

    Redfishman 8 pointer

    Interesting and sounds good." Scrapple", is that a regional dish? Have you ever fixed this using a browned seasoned flour(Roux) and is the corn meal browned ??
    Sounds like this would be great as a stand-a-lone dish. Put Scrapple over a bed of rice with the gravy and get some french bread to soakup any missed gravy ???--and 'dare yew geaux.... Thanks for offering the recipe!!!!
  5. eddiejohn4

    eddiejohn4 8 pointer

    Nov 10, 2005
    This sounds great thanks.

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