Venison Ragout with Onions
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Venison Ragout with Onions

Venison Ragout with Onions




      

Venison Ragout with Onions


Ingredients

2-LB deer neck and shank
24 ea. pearl onions
1 1/2 ea. onion, chopped
1 LB fresh mushrooms, chopped
1 TB tomato sauce
3 TB wine, sherry or port
2 c beef stock
2 c wine, dry red
3 TB flour
1/4 Ts salt
2 TB butter


Directions

Cut meat from bones into chunks about 3/4". Heat 1/4 stick of butter in a large steel or aluminum pot. Add 1-tsp. olive oil to retard burning. Brown deer chunks until well seared, then add sherry or port and cook for 10 minutes more. Remove from pot and set aside. To the liquid remaining in the pan add pearl or chopped onion and brown until golden. Add tomato paste, stirring in well. Add flour and stir into mixture. Return deer to pot, adding stock. Add 1/3 the red wine, bring to a boil, then simmer for 3 hours or until tender, adding wine by 1/3 until used up. Add mushrooms 30 minutes before serving. Serve over buttered noodles or rice.

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