Our Pantry - Recipes Using Venison Stock
Belgians are famous for cooking with beer. They also use dried fruits, especially cherries and prunes, in stews. This sweet, rich, and satisfying dish is a splendid example of how cherry beer and dried cherries marry with rabbit or other game meats. The final splash of balsamic really makes the tastes sparkle. Serve it over spaetzle or with boiled potatoes.
Here's a tried-and-true method used by generations of cooks for silky, savory pan gravy to go with your holiday bird. The key is our superb roasted turkey stock. This method also works well for nearly any roast poultry, game, or meat--just substitute one of our other stocks for the turkey stock, and you'll have a delicious gravy every time. For a gluten-free gravy, just substitute rice flour for the wheat flour in the recipe.
Chunks of wild boar are marinated in gin and vermouth with juniper berries and then braised in a rich broth to make a hearty stew. Sour cream and olives are stirred in at the end to make this soul-satisfying cold-weather dish--serve it with your favorite bold red wine.
If you think sausages are only everyday fare, you haven’t tasted this over-the-top combination. Creamy polenta has to be just this side of heaven. Topped with succulent game sausages and a tangy-sweet balsamic vinegar sauce, the results are sublime.
Juicy venison chops with a crunchy, cracked pepper crust played against the taste of sweet venison meat and woodsy morels are definitely worth celebrating. With our Glace de Gibier, this heady sauce is ultra simple! Sautéed carrots and steamed broccoli florets, or Brussels sprouts, would nicely complement this luxurious dish.
One of our favorite simple game dishes is pan-fried pheasant breasts served with this tangy sauce. It is also excellent with pan-fried venison cutlets and roast partridge.
Serving smoked, grilled or deep-fried turkey this year? No slowly roasting bird with vegetables strewn about in the pan to help make the perfect gravy? No problem! Try our super easy method and you'll never worry about gravy again. You can even make it days ahead of time. The secret: our savory turkey stock and vegetables cooked to caramel perfection in our Graisse de Canard.
Tender slices of venison napped in a ruby red cranberry sauce accented with thyme and port. Serve it with baked sweet potatoes and roasted brussel sprouts for an elegant fall or winter supper.
Red wine, bay, juniper, and sweet butternut squash are the perfect complements to venison in this rich, flavorful stew. Serve it with spatzle or noodles to soak up every bit of the savory sauce.