Friday, April 27, 2012

Ten (10) Garlic Venison

This is another venison dish that I made last night. Like I said on my previous post that the only meat we have left in our fridge is venison, so I made a dish again last night. This time, I made it different and I baked and broiled it in the oven. I don't really know what to call it, but I'll just call it "10 Garlic Venison." It's my own concoction so I can't give you exact recipe, but here is what I did. 

 *** Prepare 10 cloves of garlic. You don't need to peel it. Just leave it whole. 

 *** Chop up some spring onions or onion leaks. 

 *** If you want to add some onions, then do so. 

 *** Cut up some potatoes. I just quartered them. 

 *** I had some frozen Brussels sprouts, so I added it. 
(I read that Brussels sprouts can help you get rid of that stubborn belly fat? I didn't know that, so I'll be eating tons of Brussels Sprouts to get rid of my post baby belly fat. That's why we planted some in our garden.)

 *** Spices like dried Italian Seasoning, dried parsley, ground ginger, and turmeric. I am a huge turmeric fan now. 
I love the golden yellow or bronze color that the turmeric gives to the dish. It makes everything looks good and tastes good. 

 *** Salt and Pepper. 

 *** Swanson Flavor Booster. I am hooked with this product. It is now a must-have in my kitchen.

Feel free to add up any vegetables you love to eat. It's your own kitchen, so no one will sue you if you didn't follow my own recipe. 

To cook:

--- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.

--- Heat up some oil in an oven-safe pan. Brown up the meat and add the spices and S&P (salt and pepper).
--- Once brown, take it off from the pan and set aside. 

--- Saute' some spring onions or onion leaks and the 10 cloves of garlic. You can also add up more garlic if you love garlic like I do. I don't bother peeling them off, I just dump them straight into the pan. I love to pop the garlic once it is done baking in the oven and it tastes sweeter and just delicious! 

--- Add up some Brussels sprouts to the pan until it is a bit brown, then the potatoes and add back the meat. 

--- Season a little bit more of the S&P and this time add one or two packets of Swanson Flavor Booster. It is up to you, but one would do it though. 

--- Mix it all up, cover, and take it off from the fire and stick it in the oven and bake it for few minutes until the meat and the vegetables are done.

--- Once the meat has cooked and the vegetables have softened, take the lid off and turn the oven to Medium Broil and broil it for few minutes until everything has brown up. Take it out of the oven and enjoy the dish!

I topped it off with my so off sunny side up egg. 
I was such in a hurry to eat, I messed up cooking my egg, but oh well it was still good! I like my egg still a bit runny. It tastes really good that way. At least for me.

A one pot dish that is absolutely delicious and easy to make. The venison is lean, tender and as organic as you can get. Wild venison it is! If you don't have venison, then you can sub it with other meat that you like. Chicken thighs too would be good. This is a dish inspired by Nigella Lawson's chicken with 40 cloves of garlic. Yummy! Enjoy!

15 comments:

  1. The men in my family would go crazy for this!

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  2. Awesome dish, now that scores a perfect 10!

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  3. Delicious looking dish! Would love to try it!

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  4. Mouthwatering! Thanks for sharing how you cooked this wonderful dish!

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  5. was here paying a visit :)

    that looks good.... BUT garlic? hhhmmmm not so much fun of a "garliky" food :D on the other hand, my husband would surely love this. want to try it one of these days. thanks for sharing :)

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  6. Looks very yummy. I haven't tried venison meat Mommy Adin :-) Hope to try cooking it one day.

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  7. This looks delicious. It sounds easy to prepare..tsk,if only we have an oven.

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  8. Looks very delicious :)
    Haven't tasted a venison meat yet.

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  9. we still have venison in our freezer but the only person eat is the hunter itself :-) this looks delish Momi Adin and I might try it so not wasting the venison meat. Thank you for sharing this delish food :-) Dropping by from BPC.

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  10. that's good to hear that you guys likes to eat venison. not for me... visiting from 366 bpc.

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  11. hmmm.. this look so good. i never tried venison before, my hubby doesnt like it cause he find it very dry, because it has no fat. he likes fat! ugh! hahaha.. i should start eating brussels sprouts too. lol

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  12. I am so picky when it comes to venizon meat Mommy Adin. The only ones I eat are those nga luto sa akong late Papa and Ate kay lami jud sya, wala langsa. :D But yours looks good, too! Pa-try ko bi! Lol. On eggs though, baliktad ta. I don't want one which is kinda runny. LOL.

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  13. Mine mommy Rcel kay dili sya gamey or langsa ang taste at all, but if gani langsa sya akoa raman ning ihumol ug buttermilk or plain milk mawala ang ka langsa. Na anad na pod ko sa meat mao ganahan pod ko mo kaon na plus wild pa jud. :) hehehe... Ganahan bitaw ko ug runny akoa egg na pagkaluto. lami man gud ug lasa. :) Ali diria kay magluto ko ug deer basin ganahan ka mo kaon. hehehe...

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