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Award-Winning Venison Chili
Don't use your beef chili recipe for deer meat. Try this recipe that's perfectly developed for making homemade chili with venison for the best bowl you've ever had.
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As someone who didn't grow up eating wild game, I like this chili better than any I've had."
6 Rules For Making Wild Game Chili
01 Defrost meat on a paper towel to soak up old blood
02 Layer your spices and seasoning adding them early + often
04 Use great quality stock or beer as a liquid
05 Don't overload it with beans, let the meat shine
06 Use all of your favorite toppings
03 Use plenty of acid to balance the rich flavors of game.
Defrost meat on a paper towel to soak up old blood
To ensure a clean taste, it's best to absorb any excess or old blood from the meat.
Always layer your spices and seasoning adding them early + often to develop more flavor.
Plenty of acid is added to balance the rich flavors of game.
Quality cooking liquid
Make sure your liquid is high quality stock or flavorful beer for optimal taste
Not too many beans
This chili is about the meat, not the beans. Don't add too much.
Play with toppings
Use your favorite toppings to create a bowl you're excited to dive into!