South African mock venison

South African game recipe mock venison
Cooking a mock venison dish requires similar ingredients to those used in any other South African game recipe, only you substitute the meat for something else. This mock venison South African game recipe substitutes mutton for venison. It is important to use mutton and not younger lamb if you want to get the full flavour of this mock venison South African game recipe.

This mutton dish is cooked in a similar way to the authentic method that follows the old Cape tradition. In those days heavy-bottomed pots have a look at, How to Preserve Flowers - either cast iron or copper look at, Top 10 DIY Plumbing Solutions - were used to cook the meat over an open fire consider, RC Helicopter Radios in the kitchen. also look at, Clothing Collectibles 1900 - 1950 You can cook over an open fire why not visit, Kite Surfing - Kitesurfing following the South African BBQ potjie tradition (using a three-legged cast iron pot), or simply use a heavy pot why not visit, DIY Hardware on a regular stove (which may be electric try, Eucalyptus Oil or gas).

Ingredients
2 kg leg of mutton
250 g speck (fatty bacon)
50 g raisins
3 teaspoons sugar
1 large onion, peeled and sliced
2 cloves garlic, peeled and sliced
250 ml white , Stitch and Glue Boat Building wine vinegar
2 tablespoons flour
2 tablespoons apricot jam
2 tablespoons ground coriander
pinch of ground ginger
pinch of ground cloves
teaspoon salt
freshly ground black pepper
250 ml boiling water

Method
Lard the meat by making slits large enough to insert a raisin, slice of garlic and a piece of speck in each hole. Rub the coriander, ginger, cloves, salt and pepper also look at, RC Shooting Robots into the meat. Place have a look at, Kite Surfing - Kitesurfing the meat in a ceramic, glass also see, RC Fuel Tanks or earthenware dish; cover with the onions and pour over the vinegar. Cover and leave in a cool place , Stitch and Glue Boat Building to marinate for three days, turning twice a day.

When you are ready to cook, strain the marinade liquid off the meat and mix to a paste with the flour and jam. Spread the paste over the meat in a pot. consider, Collectible Tools Add the boiling water also see, Commercial Clean Brisbane -AU and allow the meat to cook slowly until it is done. If the liquid dries up, add a little more water why not visit, RC Robotics Terms or red wine while the meat cooks.

If you need to thicken the juice before serving, mix a little red wine with some flour to complete the successful cooking of your mock venison South African game recipe.


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