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Online Kopper1013

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Favorite venison canning recipes
« on: November 30, 2017, 10:33:00 PM »
Hey guys I'm gonna try canning this year for the first time and I'm wondering what y'all like to do with it?

What's your favorite way to eat it?

What's your preferred way to can it? (I.e. With garlic or onion or builion cubs ect.)

Give me your recipes please and thank you!!
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Re: Favorite venison canning recipes
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2019, 10:35:10 PM »

My brother cans a fair bit of his.  Far as I know he basically puts a nice slice of onion in the bottom of the jar, adds chunks of meat loosely then he puts in salt and pepper and I think another slice of onion on top.  Fills the jar with water to about an inch from the top and cooks in a pressure cooker.  I don't know the amounts of salt and pepper he used.  I was there one time when he was making some but it was probably at least ten years ago.  I kinda suspect you could pretty much wing it or even better, just sprinkle S&P on the meat before you put it in the jars and it wouldn't be very hard to get it right.  This is not really intended to be eaten right from the jar but rather added to soups and stews and such other recipes and you would season to taste as you used it.

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Re: Favorite venison canning recipes
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2020, 10:07:21 PM »
I did a bunch this year with taco seasoning and diced jalapenos.   The whole family loves it.   To easy on busy nights with the kids we just open a jar, nuke it and toss it in a shell with fixings. 

Only thing I would have done different is increase the spice added by about a 3rd, it loses some flavor in the processing.

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