Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Moose Stew

I know Newfoundland isn't the only place in the world where people hunt and serve up moose. I also realize they were foreign to the Province once upon a time, and were brought here wayyyy back when. But that doesn't change the fact that it's a delicious, lean, meat that can be prepared in many delicious Newfoundland dishes. Now you may remember the moose recipe I posted a while back for Moose Burgers (my fav way to eat moose by far), but this recipe is up there too, Homemade Moose Stew!

Ingredients: (for 2 people)
  • 1 tbsp Oil
  • 1 tbsp Butter
  • approx. 2 cups cubed Moose Roast
  • Salt & Pepper
  • approximately 1/2 medium Turnip (or more if you love it)
  • 2 Carrots
  • 4 small, or 2 large Potatoes

1) Heat oil and butter in a pan until bubbling. Toss in the cubed moose with salt & pepper to taste. Cook until moose has browned.

2) Add turnip and carrot. Cook until they can be pierced easily with a fork. Add water if the pan is dry. Tip: you may need to add water a few times along the way.

3) Once turnip and carrot are cooked, add the potato and cook until tender.

Note: I like my stew nice and mooshy, that may sound gross but when all the veggies start breaking down and there are little bits of carrot and turnip on your tender chunks of moose, it's soooooo good! In order for it to get to this level, you'll need to cook it for longer, be patient, it's worth it!

Om nom nom

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