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    Default How To Cook Squirrels??? I Need Help

    how can you cook squirrels???. i know how to boil them. but could i do them like a deer and put them on the grill and have sum squirrle steaks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FredBearTRX32User View Post
    how can you cook squirrels???. i know how to boil them. but could i do them like a deer and put them on the grill and have sum squirrle steaks?
    Soak them in 1/2 vinigar & 1/2 water over night in the frig.
    Get some Johnboy & Billys grillin sauce brush them down and trrow them on the grill.
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    yep...grill 'em, fry 'em, throw 'em in a crockpot/slow cooker with some 'shroom soup ,carrots, onions ,celery potatoes and anything else you want to throw in;(you can use any flavor of the Lipton soup mixes in place of the mushroom soup if you like ) YUMMY !!!! cook up some Long Grain & Wild Rice to go with it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by icom View Post
    yep...grill 'em, fry 'em, throw 'em in a crockpot/slow cooker with some 'shroom soup ,carrots, onions ,celery potatoes and anything else you want to throw in;(you can use any flavor of the Lipton soup mixes in place of the mushroom soup if you like ) YUMMY !!!! cook up some Long Grain & Wild Rice to go with it..
    What he said....
    Never tried Ken's suggestion but I'll bet it's good too.
    I love the crock pot...

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    we always per boiled em till they would pull apart skimmin' tha stuff off tha top od tha water. then roll em in flour and meal and add seasoin' and fry
    Be careful they will make ya hurt yourself.



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    Yep...alittle marinade and grill...


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    My grandma used to make us squirrel gravy when I was a kid we loved it. I still like it from time to time. Just boil your squirrel like you normally do and instead of throwin the water out mix a little of the water with some flower in a cup and add it back to the broth from the squirrel while it is boilin until it get's about the consistancy of a thick soup. Makes a mean squirrel manhattan too......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werd View Post
    how can you cook squirrels???. i know how to boil them. but could i do them like a deer and put them on the grill and have sum squirrle steaks?
    yes you can.i like to take and marinade them in italian salad dressing for about 4-5 hours,then take and wrap them with bacon slap them ol boys on the grill then look out.

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    I add homemade Dumplins to Icom's recipe above..Dayum Good...

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    Rat on a grill

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    I do it just like bunnies, so we know who to get recipes from.

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    fried with biscuts and gravy for breakfast YUMMY!!!!!

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    debone it, soak em in a bowl just covered with water and a tbsp of baking soda over night, then rinse before you cook it. I use to parboil it but it takes some of the flavor out!

    The baking soda draws the blood from the meat and tenderizes it at the same time. It doesn't take long to cook off the bone. Don't OVERCOOK it!! Salt and Pepper is all I use fried in a little EVOO. Dip it in any kind of sauce or just eat it!
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    Mom always fried them just like chicken. delicious.

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    Soak overnight in salt water, rinse good and brown in butter and add mushroom soup and some onions slices and simmer till falling off the bone.
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    Outside!! They stank up the house!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook Em View Post
    Outside!! They stank up the house!!!
    Supposed to boil the heads seperate outside!
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    How To Cook Squirrels??? I Need Help - Wild Game Recipes

    I'll bet these guys could tell ya how to cook 'em!
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    Everytime I try to cook 'em they are real tough. There's a bunch of good ideas on here.

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    Try the Baking Soda trick!
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