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Bottled Moose

Musie Oct 9, 2012 07:08 PM

I've been given 2 bottles of moose meat. I'm not too sure what I should do with them. If I made a stew, should I use the liquid that is in the bottle as part of the stew liquid? How is it traditionally eaten?

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    mewright RE: Musie Oct 11, 2012 10:52 AM

    Just dump it in the pot and heat it up. That's what they do "out around the bay", and it's what I usually do when I get any.
    I have also made shepherd's pie with it. You could do anything with it that you might do with cooked stew meat.

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      CarolynGay RE: Musie Oct 12, 2012 04:13 PM

      Yum, lucky you !
      Yes, include the liquid with the stew meat. Add chunks of turnip, potato and carrots, and if you like, parsnip and onion and summer savory, salt and pepper..

      You could make a roux with flour and butter to thicken the gravey, but I prefer to let the potatoes do the thickening and let the flavor of the meat and vegetables stand out. Serve with homemade white bread or pan rolls.

      1. simonathibault RE: Musie Nov 28, 2012 11:03 AM

        God that stuff is so tasty.
        Make a stew, or perhaps a goulash with it. So damn tasty.

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