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How to Make Homemade Venison Chili

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Written by Margie Lynn   

How to Make Homemade Venison Chili

This Venison Chili recipe was given to me by my sister-in-law, Helen, who is a wonderful cook. She always has delicious recipes that she prepares and this is one of them. You will need ground venison, onion, tomato paste. Rotel diced tomatoes & green chilies and spices. I have found that Rotel tomatoes & green chilies taste good in just about anything, except desserts! This is easy to make and freezes well. Serve with cornbread, cracker or fresh baked homemade bread. Top with chopped onion and cheddar cheese if desire.

Ingredients needed for Venison Chili:
2 pounds ground venison
1/3 tablespoon cumin seed
1 ½ tablespoon paprika
1/3 tablespoon garlic powder or 1 clove, minced
Salt and pepper
4-5 tablespoons chili powder
1 large onion, finely chopped
1-6 ounce can tomato paste
1-10 ounce can Rotel tomatoes & green chilies

Directions for making Venison Chili:
Step 1: In large pot brown ground venison in its own juice.
Step 2: Add garlic powder or clove, cumin seed, salt and pepper to taste, chili powder, onion, paprika, tomato paste and tomatoes & green chilies.
Step 3: Add enough water to make gravy.
Step 4: Bring to a boil.
Step 5: Lower heat and simmer until meat is tender.

Do not use tomato sauce in place of the tomato puree.
Chili freezes well.
You make increase portions to make the number of serving you need.

Be careful when chili starts to boil so it does not pop on you.

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jswana said:

The deer is a herbivore, that is he eats herbs. This makes for a healthier animal. I love their meat. My brother and his sons hunted deer and took them to the butchers where all types of cuts were made of the meat including pan sausage. The best. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.
September 13, 2010
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