How to make it

  • Put oven on low.
  • Cut Kangaroo into large bite size pieces marinate with good olive oil and garlic and set aside.
  • Pierce cherry tomatoes with a knife and drop into hot water for 1-2 minutes only. Drain, peel skin off and set aside.
  • Wash and cut potatoes into strips. (only use kipfler, others won't do the trick) Par-boil half through and set aside.
  • Heat up pan and fry Kangaroo medium rare only... about 2 min each side. Put into dish and cover with alu foil and put into oven to keep warm.
  • Add red wine vinegar to pan and bring to a boil. Add stock and cranberries. Reduce to a thick juz. When done put into bowl and into oven to keep warm.
  • Take fresh oregano, rosemary and majoram and crush up in mortar. Add olive oil salt, pepper and mix up.
  • Add mix to pan with desiree potatoes and tomatoes. Reduce heat to half and fry up. Put lid on for some of the time to boil the potatoes through. Make sure heat is enough to brown the spuds but not too hot to burn herbs.
  • Put salad onto plates, arrange potatoes and tomatoes on top in star shape from center. Add pieces of Roo.
  • Drissle juz all over and top off with chopped up parsley..
  • Presto!!.. This is a true winner. Tangy, gamey, sweet, rich and fresh.

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    " It was excellent "
    coffeebean53 ate it and said...
    I tried this with sirloin as Nanny did...absolutely delicious.
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  • sunny 6 years ago
    At a restaurant in Sydney I had the house special. It was Kangaroo, Aligator, some snake, a local fish and a few other things on the platter -most of which I had never heard of. It was quite unique. I was told you could buy kangaroo meat at the grocery store?
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    " It was excellent "
    nanny ate it and said...
    Rabbits I do.My kids thought they were eating chicken for years.I marinate in lemon, garlic,olive oil salt and pepper for a few hours and grill.Great meal!!!Thanks for a cookin buddy down under!
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  • pierrekuhn 6 years ago
    LOL, nanny you are funny. I felt the same way before I tried Roo for the first time. Now I just think of them as overgrown rabbits.
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    " It was excellent "
    nanny ate it and said...
    As much as I would love to go down under,do not think I will be doing it eating kangaroo.My sons nick name is roo so no roo eating for this Mom.At the ripe old age of 25 I am sure he will love this recipe!!!!I have a doe and fawn in my back yard.Good thing for them my better half does not hunt!I am going to try it with sirloin.
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  • queenmidge 6 years ago
    well if i ever run over a roo i'll be cooking this up LOL ! thanks for the recipe ...just reading it to my 10 year old daughter . ;-)
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  • frankieanne 6 years ago
    You can get kangaroo meat (and lots of other different kinds of meats!) at www.exoticmeats.com. I have some kangaroo burgers in my freezer right now! :)
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  • pierrekuhn 6 years ago
    Yes.. good point!! I didn't think of that.. I'll put an alteration in..
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  • geckofiend 6 years ago
    I was just thinking the same thing.
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  • clbacon 6 years ago
    Wow! I wonder where I'll find a kangaroo in Alabama! :) What kind of meat would you have us substitute if we're fresh out of 'roo?
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