We love organic venison chili and it is a great way to utilize a lot of the organic vegetables that you grow. The star of this show is the venison. The satisfaction of creating an awesome meal with the meat from an animal that you were lucky enough to harvest is unlike any other.
In addition to the organic ground venison, we will use organic onions, organic peppers, organic tomatoes and organic kidney beans.
The key to good ground venison is to utilize the best meat grinder for deer that you can afford and then to mix in a fat of some kind while you are grinding the deer meat.
You can use beef tallow, pork fat or even bacon and you should mix the two in an 80-20 ratio. Use 80% venison and 20% of whatever fat you are going to add.
Venison is very lean and benefits tremendously in both taste and texture from the addition of fat.
So now that you have learned what to mix with venison while grinding, let’s get on with the recipe.
Organic Venison Chili Recipe
2 pounds 80-20 ground venison
2 large organic yellow onions chopped
2 organic bell peppers chopped
2-28 ounce cans organic diced tomatoes
2 cups organic beef stock
2-19 ounce cans organic red kidney beans
1 cup organic corn
1/4 cup chili powder
3 tablespoons cumin
2 tablespoons olive oil
Shredded cheddar cheese
How To Make Good Venison Chili
- Heat olive oil in a large skillet
- Add chopped onion and peppers and cook until onion is transparent (8-10 minutes)
- Add ground venison and break up with a wooden spoon
- Cook until browned (8-10 minutes)
- Add chili powder and cumin and stir to combine
- Add diced tomatoes, beef broth.
- Stir to combine and simmer for an hour, stirring occasionally.
- Taste and add salt and peeper if needed
- Add corn and kidney beans and continue to simmer 10 minutes until heated.
- Serve topped with cheddar cheese and a dollop of sour cream.
This is a very simple organic venison chili recipe that is hearty enough for a meal and your family will love!
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