COOKING VENISON CHOPS. COOKING VENISON

COOKING VENISON CHOPS. COOKING HELPS

Cooking Venison Chops


cooking venison chops
    cooking
  • The process of preparing food by heating it
  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way
  • The practice or skill of preparing food
  • (cook) someone who cooks food
  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
    venison
  • meat from a deer used as food
  • Venison is the culinary name for meat from the family Cervidae. Deer meat, whether hunted or farmed, is termed venison.
  • The meat of a deer. Carnal term (sarconym) for deer
  • Meat from a deer
    chops
  • A person's or animal's mouth or jaws
  • (chop) a small cut of meat including part of a rib
  • The technical skill of a musician, esp. one who plays jazz
  • (chop) cut into pieces; "Chop wood"; "chop meat"
  • A person's cheeks; jowls
  • (chop) the irregular motion of waves (usually caused by wind blowing in a direction opposite to the tide); "the boat headed into the chop"

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amazing what pops out at you when you're engaged in a specific course of sutdy. (1) I love to cook. (2) I used to work for a local independent kitchen supply store. We would get to take home the "slightly used" items customers returned becaue they weren't perfect. (3) I got a tea kettle, cutting board, baking sheets, and other odds-n-ends this way. I even got this All-Clad pot which I TOTALLY FORGOT about until I found it buried in my cabinet yesterday. (4) This means I own professional cookware! Which is amazing abundance for free! (5) My dad used to give me a hard time about not knowing how to cook. Now, my husband likes my (6) pasta sauce and (7) meatloaf better than my Dad's, which are his signature dishes! (8) Over the past year we've tried to cut out most processed foods, white flour, white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and the other nasty chemicals that pervade our food supply. (9) So this means I shop at Whole Foods quite often (another abundance/scarcity issue). (10) And I spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking. (11) I have a rather extensive cookbook collection ((12) most of which were yule gifts from the hubby). (13) I just can't seem to kick Coca-Cola. --------------------------- Wintertime pasta sauce recipe --1 lb ground red meat (pref 80/20, I use our venison) -- worch. sauce -- 1 15 oz can organic tomato sauce -- onion -- garlic -- EVOO -- crushed red pepper flakes -- basil -- oregano -- sea salt & fresh ground pepper 1. Brown meat with several dashes of worch sauce. Once cooked, drain if desired. 2. Peel and coarsely chop garlic and onion. Saute over medium-high heat in a liberal helping of olive oil. When golden, add a good dash of oregano and basil. 3. Add in ground meat and sprinkle liberally with red pepper flakes, salt, and black pepper. 4. Stir in tomato sauce. Bring to a boil and immediately reduce to simmer. 5. Simmer for at least 1/2 hour or up to all day. Adjust seasonings to taste. Serve with pasta, fresh grated parmiggiano, and crusty bread!
Pan-fried Tuna Steak with Spicy Mango Salsa
Pan-fried Tuna Steak with Spicy Mango Salsa
With the most romantic day of the year falling on a Monday, russle up a hassle free intimate meal this Valentine’s. Sainsbury’s exciting frozen range offers you the chance to create a speedy but still impressive meal for two. The range includes an abundance of surprises including venison, meatballs and tuna steak – a natural aphrodisiac! Bought in advance, Sainsbury’s Tuna Steaks can be stored in the freezer ready for occasions like this special evening. If you’re short on time and want to impress, try your hand at Tuna Steak with Spicy Mango Salsa. A sure fine winner to impress your sweetheart! Pan-fried Tuna Steak with Spicy Mango Salsa Serves: 2 Preparation time: 20 Minutes Cooking time: 15 Minutes Nutrition per serving: 318 cals, 15g fat, of which 2g saturated fat, 11g added sugar, 0.9g salt Ingredients 1-2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 red chilli, deseeded & chopped Grated rind & juice of 2 limes 4 tablespoons cider vinegar 2cm piece fresh root ginger, grated 2 tablespoons freshly chopped mint 1 bunch fresh coriander, chopped 5 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 ripe mangoes, peeled & stone removed 1 tablespoon soy sauce or fish sauce 2 tuna steaks Freshly ground black pepper Method Defrost the Tuna steaks for 3-4 hours in advance and make sure they are completely thawed before using. Place the garlic, chilli, lime rind & juice, vinegar, ginger, mint, coriander and 4 tablespoons oil in a blender & blend. Add the mangoes, soy or fish sauce & blend briefly so that the salsa remains fairly chunky. Season to taste and transfer to a bowl until required. Heat the remaining oil in a frying pan or griddle pan. Season the Tuna Steaks on both sides with salt and pepper. Heat the remaining oil in a frying pan or griddle pan & cook the fish to taste. Serve with your own choice of salad or new potatoes.

cooking venison chops
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