Australian Braised Kangaroo Loin can be served with any assortment of veggies and meats. You can also substitute lamb, but if you want true, authentic Australian Braised Kangaroo Loin, then … of course you should use Kangaroo meat.
Lots of Americans, including me, love rabbit. It’s low in fat, nutritious, tasty, and is a great meat ingredient in many recipes. You can often substitute chicken for the meat in recipes that call for rabbit. But if you are a wild game meat lover, you will enjoy the taste of real rabbit. This Paprika Spicy Rabbit recipe is especially flavorful. If you live in northern regions, where winters are cold, try having some in front of the fireplace. Such comfort food, as if sent from heaven!
Paprika Spicy Rabbit Recipe-
Venison pot roast Alaskan style, is simply superb. The old traditional Alaskan cuisine relied heavily on hunting and gathering, so seafoods and wild game meats were most often on the dinner plates. Modern day Alaskan cuisine has become more diverse, but some old traditional dishes are just so simply good, they are still favored today. That is the case with this Venison pot roast Alaskan style!
Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style Recipe-
Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator is about as American “Soul Food” as you can get. If you’re too squeamish about the idea of eating alligator meat, you can substitute pork or chicken. But for the real ethnic experience, hey – turn the tables on those man-eating amphibians and serve some up on the table.
Southern Soul Deep Fried Alligator Recipe-
Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia is as authentic an Egyptian recipe as you can find. It is traditionally served with plain white rice. Egyptian Molokhia is named after the primary vegetable ingredient of the same name. Molokhia is “Egyptian spinach” and it has a consistency that is a bit slimy, much like okra. The flavor of it varies greatly according to the method of cooking and the stock that used to prepare it. If you can’t find molokhia fresh where you live, don’t worry – the dish can be made just as effectively and as tasty using fresh, frozen, dried or preserved leaves. This recipe calls for rabbit meat – which traditionally was considered the privileged meat of the Pharaohs, and only the wealthy could afford it. You can also make wonderful Molokhia with beef, duck, or even chicken meat. However, if you want the true, traditional version, then go with this recipe for authentic Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia.
Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia Recipe-
Superb Smoked Rattlesnake? Made into a stew … and a superb stew at that?
I know, I know, to the uninitiated, it sounds a bit far fetched. However, rattlesnake is good food, a very lean and healthy meat. Even so, unless you know how to prepare it, the meat can be rather tough, and might bring to mind a lithe, half-starved tilapia. This Smoked Rattlesnake Stew recipe is my favorite way to prepare rattlesnake. The meat will be tender and juicy.
And because the recipe calls for already smoked, boned, and canned rattlesnake meat, it saves you the other major headache of preparing rattlesnake: getting the edible meat off of the bones. It is no easy task, trust one who has tried it!
This Superb Smoked Rattlesnake Stew recipe will feed two very hungry people as a meal main entree. If it is being served as a side dish, you can divide it into 4 to 6 servings.
Superb Smoked Rattlesnake Stew Recipe-
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit with red wine, potatoes, onions, and bread. A classic and elegant entree of Maltese cuisine.
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit Recipe-
Nowhere else in the world is ragù made better than in the country of its origin, Italy. This next dish, Wild Boar Ragù Italian Style, is a traditional Italian recipe that features wild boar as the meat.
Wild Boar Ragù Italian Style Recipe-
How to make Pemmican is a skill you would definitely want to have if you’re planning a long excursion into the wilderness. Even for long, extended hikes, where you will need some kind of sustenance during the arduous trek, it is great to have with you.
Pemmican is a Native American Indian survival food that has a very long shelf life. It is 100% natural, and it requires no refrigeration to store.
Pemmican is a protein-packed, compact energy source. It contains fat, carbohydrates, fiber, minerals, vitamins, and natural fruit sugars. It can be kind of bland, if you just stick to the basic, required ingredients. However, this recipe on how to make pemmican will spice it up enough so that you will not only get the energy boost you need – it will also taste good. Pemmican can be made with “normal” meat, like beef you would find easily at any grocery store. We suggest, though, that you use wild game meat. It is much leaner, and more in accord with the original ethnic food created and consumed by Native North Americans for millennia.
Wild Snap Turtle Soup is Southern Soul Food all the way down to its roots. Back in the days of slavery and indentured servitude, disadvantaged Americans had to find food for sustenance any way they could. Snap turtles are abundant in the south, and those people discovered they are mighty tasty to eat.
If you are squeamish about eating turtle, you could substitute chicken for this recipe. However, I encourage you to go for the real gusto – give wild snap turtle soup a try. My bet is you will go back for seconds!
Wild Snap Turtle Soup Recipe-
Venison roast, prepared Alaskan style, slow cooked in a Dutch Oven, is superb. The old traditional Alaskan cuisine relied heavily on hunting and gathering, so seafoods and wild game meats were most often on the dinner plates. Modern day Alaskan cuisine has become more diverse, but some old traditional dishes are just so simply good, they are still favored today. That is the case with this Venison roast!
Alaskan Style Dutch Oven Venison Roast Recipe-
This TexMex Wild Game Chili Con Carne is just one of many recipes that we have for you on our All-American/TexMex page here at Ethnic foods R Us. This TexMex Wild Game Chili Con Carne recipe is an All-American-Southwest culinary experience you’ll want to revisit often.
Chili Con Carne with Wild Game Meat, TexMex style, goes wonderfully served over rice. In addition to the shredded cheese on top, you can also garnish with slices of avocado and shredded iceberg lettuce. Yummy!
TexMex Wild Game Chili Con Carne Recipe-
Lots of Americans, including me, love rabbit. It’s low in fat, nutritious, tasty, and is a great meat ingredient in many recipes. You can often substitute chicken for the meat in recipes that call for rabbit. But if you are a wild game meat lover, you will enjoy the taste of real rabbit. This Spicy Paprika Rabbit Supreme recipe is especially flavorful. If you live in northern regions, where winters are cold, try having some in front of the fireplace. Such comfort food, as if sent from heaven!
Spicy Paprika Rabbit Supreme Recipe-
This Supreme Venison Lasagna is the best lasagne recipe I’ve ever prepared or tasted – bar none. Have family or friends who swear they don’t like venison or other wild game meats – they say the flavor is too strong?
Trust me, they will love this. The sauce permeates the meat and the flavors come out subtle and elegant. After your guests have filled themselves happy, then let them know they just ate some venison!
Supreme Venison Lasagna Recipe-
This recipe, Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables, is taken from our Australian and Aboriginal Cuisine page. Featuring meat from the indigenous-to-Australia kangaroo, this wild game meal is a feast. Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables is considered part of the “Bush Tucker” segment of Australian cuisine. Have fun sampling some of the great eats from “Down Under”.