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Braised Bear Roast

Messages posted to thread:
Tucker 11-Jul-18
Buzz 11-Jul-18
Nick Muche 12-Jul-18
chazz847 12-Jul-18
Hip 12-Jul-18
BigHorn 12-Jul-18
76aggie 12-Jul-18
BigHorn 12-Jul-18
Bowguy 12-Jul-18
RymanCat 12-Jul-18
RonG 13-Jul-18
From: Tucker
Date: 11-Jul-18

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So, if you were successful on your spring bear hunt like I was you could make a braised bear roast (or deer, elk, moose, or whatever). In a large frying pan with a tight fitting lid, Brown the roast on all sides in olive oil on fairly high heat. Next add carrots and onions. Then add seasoning. I used minced garlic, red chilis, rosemary, coarse salt, ground pepper, mustard seed, and sugar. Cover tightly and simmer on low heat for about 4 hours. Turn roast and stir veggies occasionally. Comes out tasty and tender. Good with mashed potatoes and gravy! Enjoy!

From: Buzz
Date: 11-Jul-18

That looks awesome.

From: Nick Muche
Date: 12-Jul-18

Looks great! I'll have to try that!

From: chazz847
Date: 12-Jul-18

OH BOY!! I'm hungry now!!

From: Hip
Date: 12-Jul-18

That looks delicious! I prefer bear to venison although I do like venison. You can have my share of the lope though.

From: BigHorn
Date: 12-Jul-18


From: 76aggie
Date: 12-Jul-18

That really looks good. I don't get to bear hunt much and the outfitter I have hunted with in Quebec would not eat bear on a bet.(That is a whole other story!) As a result my two bears have not made it to the dinner table. On my last bear hunt a buddy of mine from Missouri decided to cook a bear backstrap. Wrapped it in foil slow oven cooked it for several hours. It was fantastic! Some of the best venison I have ever tasted. If I am ever able to take another bear, you can be sure I will be bringing the meat home with me.

From: BigHorn
Date: 12-Jul-18

we did smoked hams last year and itwas a big hit. doing it again thisyear

From: Bowguy Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 12-Jul-18

Bear meat is some of the very best meat!!

From: RymanCat
Date: 12-Jul-18

Now that looks good.

From: RonG
Date: 13-Jul-18

What's not to like there. Yummmooooh!

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