How to Make Crock Pot Moose Roast With French Onion Gravy
Moose is one of venison-lover's favorite cut of venison. Made with French onion gravy, this particular recipe creates a thick roast.
Moose Stew – A first choice for a hearty dinner to appease the appetite
Are you looking for a family dinner recipe; Moose Stew is a lip-smacking and uncomplicated to prepare food that will have your family longing for more.
Starla's Seasonings and Dip Mixes
Crockpot Garlic, Onion & Coke Moose Roast 1 (3-4 pound) moose roast 1 envelope of onion soup mix 1 teaspoon of Glorious Garlic Seasoning 2 cans of Coca Cola Add moose roast to crockpot, sprinkle with onion soup mix and Glorious Garlic seasoning. Pour coke all around base of roast. Cover and cook on low for about 7 or 8 hours. Remove, and let stand before slicing. Also works great with beef, pork, venison and chicken!
Slow Cooker Moose Roast
I had a moose roast sitting in my freezer for a couple of months, because I had no idea how to cook it, not being a wild game fan. A friend suggested this method of cooking it and it was delicious. I made it at Christmas along with the turkey, thinking my guests could have a taste and I wouldn't have to feel guilty about it being in my freezer anymore, but it was the hit of the dinner!
Caribou Stew | Canadian Living
Caribou is one of the staple ingredients in Nunavut cooking. It's classified as country food; or food from the land, and it's one of the only truly wild meats. Caribou is sometimes available at specialty meat shops across Canada or by special order directly from purveyors in Nunavut. Availability can vary from season to season, so if you can't find caribou, then elk, venison or beef can make a delicious substitute. Serve with Bannock.