How to make it

  • Day 1: Marinade in Buttermilk, Carrots, Garlick and Onions
  • Day 2: Turn in Marinade
  • Day 3: Wipe all marinade off
  • Roll speck en barbeque spice and paprika and stuff roast
  • Push cloves in up to head
  • Rub with salt and pepper
  • In Oven: Heat pot and potroast until brown, remove and rest for 5min
  • Wrap in bacon or net fat and fasten with tooth picks
  • While roasting heat oven to 180 degree celsius or gasmark 4
  • Roast in oven until tender about 3hours
  • On Barbeque: Wrap en bacon secure with tooth picks over medium coles or Weber rotisory
  • Cast Iron pot (Dutch Oven): Brown roast in pot, remove, rest and wrap in bacon or sheep net fat, secure, place back in pot, lid on
  • Keep direct heat away from bottom rather make a ring of cole round the sides also place some coles on top of lid. Check every half hour to ensure pot do'nt go dry and to turn roast

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  • jimrug1 13 years ago
    Hey Mark Thanks for the friend invite. It would be my plesure. I love game and cooking what I hunt. Always, looking for good game recipes. Hope to trade some with you in the near future... .Jim

    I use buttermilk a lot to marinate game...
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    theoldprof ate it and said...
    Most interesting. Thanks for sharing. This is the reason for this site. A little variety, eh.!
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  • dutchie326 13 years ago
    This may go well if I substitute the Impala with venison roast. We have lots of that. But the only impala near here is the one in my driveway. *s*
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  • markgraaff 13 years ago
    Mark555 then you should tenderise it with gasoline LOL
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    mark555 ate it and said...
    Sounds like a great recipe, in this neck of the woods the only Impalas are made by Chevy and it is real hard to get that rubber taste out of the leg. I do enjoy seeing the recipe though.
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    choclytcandy ate it and said...
    this looks GREAT! thanks for posting.
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  • 22566 13 years ago
    Zulu to you too. LOL

    African Antelope and Pinotage Wine~~ would be quite a different Christmas dinner for me this year.~~Interesting recipe,thank-you for taking the time to post.

    Kind Regards
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