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    Default dutch oven venison stew with dumplings w/pix

    made a venison stew, using some elk. chopped it into cubes, about 2 lbs.


    rough chop veggies, 6 small red taters, 6 med carrots, 2 onions chunked, 2 stalks celery


    in a baggy, put 1/4 cup flour and .5 tea CBP, 1.5 tea salt, ad cubes of meat and shake to coat. in dutch oven over med heat, heat 3 Tbl. oil and add the venison cubes and cook til browned


    add 5 cups water,2 tea. sugar, clove garlic minced, 1 tea. worcestershire, and a couple bay leaves. bring to a boil and then set pot so it will simmer covered for about 1.5 hours. add veggies and cook uncovered for half hour


    while veggies are cooking, in a mixing bowl add 1/4 cup buttermilk baking mix(i didnt have but just used bisquick), 1 Tbl fresh snipped parsley, 1 beaten egg, and 3 Tbl. milk, stir just until dry ingredients are moistened. drop batter by heaping Tbl. into stew, cook uncovered for an additional 15 min.


    cover and cook for 20 min or until dumplings are light and springy and no longer doughy


    thks for cking my pix!!!
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    Another fine look'n meal, Erain! Great job.

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    I could eat me some of that!
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    Eraine, the stew looks great, but man thoses dumplings are tugging at my heartstrings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigAL View Post
    Another fine look'n meal, Erain! Great job.
    and you rocked that one as well...
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    That's stick to your ribs food right there...nice Job, Eraine.
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