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Deer Heart Recipes...

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by G22 Kid, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. G22 Kid

    G22 Kid

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    Anyone got some? I got a deer heart and I want to eat it. Don't want it to go to waste and I want to see if it's any good.
     
  2. MikeG22

    MikeG22 CLM

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    Make a stew with it and some beets. I call that dish a heart-beet!
     

  3. thaclient

    thaclient aequitas

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    *obligatory rimshot* ;f ;f

    I went to a Brazilian restaurant and they serverd chicken hearts cooked like any other kind of steak. Granted, they are a lot smaller, so I don't know if that method would work for Deer. You're an adventurous one though ;c.

    Here's one I found off Google: http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/recs/474/Deer_Heart47383.shtml

    There were a bunch more if you wanted to check out that option.
     
  4. RetDet

    RetDet Millennium Member

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    My mom would slice the deer heart, roll it in flour, salt and pepper, and fry it. Delicious!!!
     
  5. Walter45Auto

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    Well, the hearts of my deer are usually shot out, and I LIKE IT BETTER THAT WAY!!! The heart is a huge pain in the butt, with all the gristle around it and cutting the veins out of it and all. But, the one time I cooked and ate deer's heart, I simply fried it in a pan in bacon grease and put salt and lemon pepper on it. Of course, frying in bacon grease and putting lemon pepper on it of curse it's gonna be good.;)



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  6. Glockerel

    Glockerel Got Mojo?

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    Pan fried with bacon grease gets my vote, it's great.

    We used to pickle them too. Just make a pickle brine, boil it and put it in a jar with heart, seal and boil for like 45 minutes. Pickled Pump we call it.