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    Default Another good one:venison hotdogs,red/yellow peppers and onions

    A few days ago I posted my method of cooking venison loin on the grill (nothing really new,but good).Here is another one to try.I just picked up 42 lbs. of venison hotdogs from the 8 pt. that I killed last week and decided to make this tonight.My mother use to make it (still does actually) when we were kids,but used regular hotdogs back then.Here are the ingredients; about 8 or so venison hotdogs,4 red peppers,4 yellow peppers, 6 to 8 poatoes chicken broth,and one large yellow onion.Cut everyting up,saute' the onion and peppers until soft.Then add the potatoes, and hotdogs and as much chicken broth as you like.Cover and let simmer until the potatoes are fork tender.Salt and pepper to taste.I do this in a ducth oven on the stove.This is a real good hearty fall meal.


    42 lbs. of venison hotdogs

    Another good one:venison hotdogs,red/yellow peppers and onions - Bowhunting forum



    venison hotdogs and potatoes;outstanding

    Another good one:venison hotdogs,red/yellow peppers and onions - Bowhunting forum

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    sure looks good ...
    Bill Olmesdahl
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    Sure looks good,since i do my own butchering i mostly grill...but that might be something i will try.

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    I'd eat that. (I think)
    Questions on how the venison hot-dogs are made? What else is in them and how do they grind it that fine?
    Normally I stand clear of hot-dogs, I figured they were made from butcher-shop floor sweepings. Like seafood salad is the particle-board of the sea. LOL. Seriously, I would like to know how they are made.
    Last edited by red44; 09-29-2012 at 10:58 PM.
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