Ingredients

How to make it

  • Dredge moose meat in seasoned flour.
  • Place floured meat in 2 gallon pot with some oil and fry until browned.
  • Add water, salt, pepper, vegetables and simmer covered for 2 hours or until moose meat is tender. Add more water if dries out
  • Dumplings:
  • Stir flour, baking powder and salt together.
  • Work in shortening with fingertips.
  • Add milk gradually and mix with a fork until you make a soft dough.
  • Once the moose meat is tender add dumpling dough to the pot and cover.
  • DO NOT OPEN LID! Cook for about 15 minutes.

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  • tazoncaffeine 6 years ago
    Not for the squeemish......
    Here are some notes from a hunter
    see page: http://www.bowhunts.com/recipe_moose.html


    Moose Hunting Tips - What to do After the Kill?
    Moose meat is excellent and should be treated with care and respect. The hunter's pride in bagging his moose should not stop after the kill, but continue through to the excellent steaks and roasts he or she can serve to guests as they listen spellbound to the tale of the hunt.

    Bleeding
    A quick, clean kill will prevent the animal's blood and adrenalin from rushing into muscles as it bounds away wounded. After your animal is down, approach it carefully from the rear. Make sure it's dead before you get close so you don't get kicked with its sharp hooves. Bleed the carcass immediately by keeping the blood from getting into the meat and tainting it, you can prevent any gamey taste often associated with game meat.
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  • tazoncaffeine 6 years ago
    I'm not sure as I've never cooked moose. Someday i know I will. :-) I'll have to get my hunter friends in on this one.
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    " It was excellent "
    bluewaterandsand ate it and said...
    I have never tried moose meat but I have heard that is is very delicious.Do you soak it in vinegar like you do deer, to get the tang out?
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  • tazoncaffeine 6 years ago
    moose in my opinion is an acquired taste. :-) not sure what cooking method would help to bring it out. I always thought of it as survival game meat when filet mignon wasn't available. :-) Some people swear by it no matter what the cooking method.
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  • morninlite 6 years ago
    Ya know, I could have used this about 6 years ago when my mom got some moose from a friend of her's. My family loved it, but I... well.... maybe this would have been better?!?!!
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