Venison Frikadellen

Harry mac

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When you've run a batch of venison through your mincer you always end up with meat stuck to the inside of the machine. Here's a way of getting most of it out and using what would otherwise go to waste or down the dog's gullet.
Take one slice of bread and feed that through the mincer along with a couple of ounces of the mince youve already made and about an inch of chorizzo sausage. This will drag bits of meat stuck to the machine through and leave you with a mincer that's then clean enough to wash.
What you then end up with is a coarse meat/bread mixture. Season this with salt and ground black pepper and add a tiny bit of olive oil. Mix this thoroughly by hand and form it into patties for frying. These want to be about centimeter thick. Fry these for about 3 or 4 minutes each side and serve hot with mustard. Delish:drool:
 

Monkey Spanker

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If you can get down to Tesco and get some horse meat it will be even more authentic!:thumb:
Lashed with some 'Senf', (German mustard which is actually quite gay compared to English mustard:british:)
It's just a fat burger really, but very tasty!
MS
 

Harry mac

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If you can get down to Tesco and get some horse meat it will be even more authentic!:thumb:Lashed with some 'Senf', (German mustard which is actually quite gay compared to English mustard:british:)It's just a fat burger really, but very tasty!MS
Ha! We always used to call them Shergar Burgers :) Senf on the plate is genuine and courtessy of the emporium of all that's good; Aldi.
 
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