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    Anyone have any recipies they have tried with any results good or bad?? I got a recipe from a hunting buddy of mine but haven't tried it yet......
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnts79 View Post
    Anyone have any recipies they have tried with any results good or bad?? I got a recipe from a hunting buddy of mine but haven't tried it yet......
    Yes, i don't have it written down anyplace but I'll try and list the ingredients out here...

    2 pound thawed deer roast

    2 - 1 cup packages of Au-Jus mix
    2 tablespoons Italian Seasoning (I use Tones)
    1 tablespoon garlic powder
    2 tablespoons olive oil
    2 tablespoons mild/meduim or hot gardienera pepper mix (I use Scalas)
    1 teaspoon black pepper

    Braize the outside of the roast in a frying pan with the olive oil
    Put the roast, 2 cups water and Au-jus mix into a crock pot and cook on low for about 2 hours.

    Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well. Cook for another 2 hours.

    Remove roast, slice and return to the crock pot. Heat on high for about 45 minutes. Put on crusty french bread with provolone cheeze and spoon a bit of the pepper mix and au-jus on it (or to taste). Gardienera pepper mix is a big Italian thing in Chicago and not everyone cares for it. It is a very good addition to the roast in the crock pot while it's cooking, but just in moderation.

    I've used this recipe for deer, beef and beaver with excellent feedback from the consumers of it.

    Ron

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    Thanks, I am wanting to make some in the crock-pot just don't know if I should do it the same as a beef roast or not......
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    I do beef roasts the same way and it works good.

    Ron

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