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Wild Game Recipes

Looking for wild game recipes? Find wild game recipes including rabbit recipes, recipes for venison, and more recipes for wild game.

Deep-Dish Hunter's Pie

Deep-Dish Hunter's Pie

Deep-Dish Hunter's Pie

"My husband, an avid hunter, loves the garlic mashed potato topping on this dish," writes Christina Rulien from Marysville, Washington.

Rice-Stuffed Squab

Rice-Stuffed Squab

Rice-Stuffed Squab

For company or family, you'll be proud to serve these golden game birds. the rich-tasting dark meat goes well with the savory rice stuffing, which includes onion, celery, fresh mushrooms and raisins.

Rabbit Gumbo

Rabbit Gumbo

Rabbit Gumbo

My husband's family has enjoyed this satisfying gumbo for many years. Bold seasonings and savory sausage slices enhance the mild meat. John doesn't do much hunting anymore, but we still enjoy this Cajun dish on cool evenings.
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Venison Pot Roast with Vegetables

Venison Pot Roast with Vegetables

Venison Pot Roast with Vegetables

"This hearty dish has tender meat and wonderful seasonings," relates Debbie Phillips of Pittsburg, Texas. "Game is plentiful around our home, and my family could eat this satisfying meal weekly."

Bacon-Wrapped Venison

Bacon-Wrapped Venison

Bacon-Wrapped Venison

"My husband, Ron, and I hunt and created this dish that's special enough for company," relates Phyllis Abrams from Alton, New York.

Venison Cabbage Rolls

Venison Cabbage Rolls

Venison Cabbage Rolls

"For a good-looking hearty venison entree without a strong game flavor, I recommend these cabbage rolls," says field editor Marcy Cella of L'Anse, Michigan. "They have a moist meaty filling and wonderful old-world flavor."

Quail with Mushroom Sauce

Quail with Mushroom Sauce

Quail with Mushroom Sauce

"This golden quail is so moist and tender," remarks Joelann Sygo of Gaylord, Michigan. "The rich cream sauce, dotted with onions and mushrooms, complements the bird nicely."

Venison Meatballs

Venison Meatballs

Venison Meatballs

"I learned to cook game while my husband was a forestry student," recalls Sheila Reed from Fredericton, New Brunswick. "We lived off the land as much as possible. I still enjoy these savory meatballs in a slightly sweet barbecue sauce. I make a bib batch for an annual pool party and there are never any left."

Colonial Game Pie

Colonial Game Pie

Colonial Game Pie

This recipe is from the early 1800's and was found in the attic of this historic hotel with the first innkeeper's registry.—Braddock Tavern, Joel Gaughan, Medford, New Jersey

Rabbit Breakfast Sausage

Rabbit Breakfast Sausage

Rabbit Breakfast Sausage

As a palate-pleasing alternative to traditional pork sausage, my husband and I created this lower-fat version. It's moist, flavorful and delicious. We especially enjoy it for breakfast or brunch. —Carol Heuschkel, Winsted, Connecticut

Marinated Ostrich Steak

Marinated Ostrich Steak

Marinated Ostrich Steak

We raise ostriches on our farm on the eastern shore of Maryland, so we have an abundance of meat on hand to use for a variety of dishes. It's a lean meat that tastes similar to beef. My mother-in-law gave me this marinade recipe, and I've used it with a number of meats.
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