Cooking Recipe -- Campers Fresh And Tasty Venison Goulash Recipe

Sometime ago I wanted to take my family on another camping trip which everyone in my family seems to enjoy. I wanted to make this one a little different because I know people get bored with the same limited food choices. So I decided to come up with a more exciting camping recipe than usual.

If you feel like trying something different when camping and you have a camp fire going here is a great dish for you. This Venison Goulash recipe will get your taste buds going.

The day is drawing to a close and you have lit a camp fire. You are going to prepare a dish in a Dutch Oven or an earthenware pot and place onto the embers of your camp fire. This dish is highly nutritious, full of vitamins, iron and minerals. It is also very rich and tasty.

The meat ingredient for this dish is Venison. Venison has a strong meaty flavor which other meats you buy in the shops do not have. It is so much higher in vitamins, protein and iron, much more so than other meats. Another excellent benefit is there is no fat or very little of it.

INGREDIENTS - serves 4

11/2 lb (700 grams) of venison cut into cubes
2 tablespoons of olive oil
3 medium onions thinly sliced
2 tablespoons of paprika
salt and pepper
1 large red pepper thinly sliced with pith and seeds removed
2 cloves of garlic finely chopped
1/2 a bottle of red wine
4 large carrots chopped
1 pint of water


Put the olive oil in a large pan and warm it up. Add the rich textured venison and sprinkle on the salt and pepper for seasoning. Also add the paprika for that little extra taste.

Brown the meat to seal in the goodness and taste. Add the onions and garlic. Saute until the onions are soft. Add the red wine and simmer for 10 minutes. This will give the meat extra richness and flavor.

Transfer all the contents into a Dutch Oven or an earthenware pot. Add the carrots and a pint of water. Put the oven or pot onto the embers of your camp fire and surround the pot with the embers.

Do not cover the pot so you can examine the contents from time to time. Cook for approximately 1.5 hours until the venison is tender. Use a fork to test the meat.

This dish is traditionally served with wide noodles but you may prefer mash potatoes or rice. I hope this recipe has wetted your appetite. It really is a delicious, good, wholesome meal full of vitamins, iron and minerals.

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