Most people I talk to think of venison chili and stew when they think of venison recipes. Although there is much, much more to do with the deer meat, it does work really well in chili and stews, and in soups. I remember my first venison chili; it was like a slice of heaven! Making venison chili and stews and soups are a good way to use the not so good cuts of deer meat you get. And they’re great on a cold day! Also, you’ll end up with lots of leftovers. Venison chili and stew freezes really well, and it makes a good lunch the next day.
Venison Chili and Stew Recipes
I do love venison chili and stew on a cold winter day. I probably mostly make venison chili, which is in part due to the fact that I love Tex-Mex food. I also love ground venison, and it works better in chili than in stew. But I’ve got some great stew recipes too (like Guinness Stew). As long as it’s cold enough, I’ll be in the kitchen experimenting with different recipes.
Venison Chili Recipes
- December 4, 2013: Smoked Venison Chili and a Possible Shopping Spree at Bass Pro
- December 21, 2010: Venison Chili with Tomatillos
- November 22, 2010: Venison Mole Chili
- September 15, 2010: Venison Chili with Chipotle Peppers
- January 13, 2009: Twenty-minute chili
- January 5, 2009: Venison White Chili
Venison Stew Recipes
- November 7, 2011: Venison Stew with Pumpkin and Cranberries
- October 28, 2011: Taste of Autumn Venison Stew
- December 18, 2010: Easy Venison Stew with Corn
- February 16, 2010: Jambalaya with Venison Sausage and Shrimp
- October 3, 2009: Fiesta Venison Chowder
- March 23, 2009: Gingered Venison with Carrots and Sugar Snap Peas
- January 25, 2009: Guinness Pub Stew with Venison
- January 11, 2009: Tunisian Venison Tangine with toasted almonds
- December 20, 2008: Taco Soup with Venison
Venison Soup Recipes
Soup is perhaps one of the easiest things to make. All you need is some good venison stock, vegetables, and meat. Here are some recipes to get you started with soups!