Metis Hearty Venison Stew
What could be better than a big hot steaming bowl of Metis Hearty Venison Stew? Nothing except adding some Bannock to enjoy with it.
Cooked long and slow in your crock pot makes the venison a soft, melt in your mouth texture. And to give it some zing, add a jar of your favorite salsa. So whether you like it mild or hot, the choice is yours.
Now when I first started to make this dish I mistakenly thought the frozen loaf shaped piece of venison I pulled from my freezer was actually a roast. Imagine my surprise when 8 hours later I checked it for being done to discover it was not a roast. No, it actually had been cubed venison stewing meat.
Well, no fear, the result was still superb! Melt in your mouth morsels of venison surrounded by a medley of vegetables.
Wild Meats Are Beneficial
A traditional Metis diet consists of a variety of wild meats hunted off the land. These kind of meats can be very healthy and beneficial to your diet. Think of it, these are meats raised without growth hormones and antibiotics. What could be more natural than natural?
You might prefer cuts of more domesticated meats such as beef, pork, or chicken. However, being willing to add some other meat sources to your diet opens up a whole new world of taste delights.
Other Canadian Meal Favorites
While you are trying new, yet old, Canadian favorites such as this Metis Hearty Venison Stew, check out our 150th Canadian Celebration Cookbook. It is full of recipes that represent every province and territory of this great land. So if you are looking to expand your taste and cooking horizons, whether it is “Saskatchewan Canadian Cheese Soup”, “1877 Salad Dressing”, or even “Rhubarb BBQ Sauce Chicken Breasts” you’ll find them inside. So celebrate Canadian cuisine through the 150th Canadian Celebration Cookbook.