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What's the best way to fix squirrel meat.

from velvetboy on 02.04.09

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from Salladthewhitet... wrote 2 years 8 weeks ago

Squirrel Pot Pie mmmmmmmmmmmm

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from joe stokes wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

I agree with all these recipes. My favorite is, slow cooked in a stew with all your favorite red meat seasonings

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from deadeyedave08 wrote 5 years 16 weeks ago

just skin it and cook it in a crock pot with some mushroom soup and onions and potatoes!!DELISH!!!

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from mnloutdoors wrote 5 years 19 weeks ago

boil the whole squirrel in a pot with oil and desired seasonings, then peel off all the meat and use the pieces in squirrel pie or as you would typical chicken or turkey.

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from wandering owl wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

Moist, slow roasted BBQ.

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from jacy1515 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

This works best on young squirrels but will work on older ones you just have to cook them longer.Salt ,pepper. flour up good get dutch oven oiled up about 1/4" of oil fry brown and crispy but do it slowly don't overcook them turn them after searing is complete take them out and make a roux in the dutch oven water and season it ,add the meat back and let it rock in the gravy until tender .Make some biscuits and your ready.

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from bear hunter wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

fry with ANDY'S FISH BATTER and A LOT OF BUTTER

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from jacy1515 wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

This works best on young squirrels but will work on older ones you just have to cook them longer.Salt ,pepper. flour up good get dutch oven oiled up about 1/4" of oil fry brown and crispy but do it slowly don't overcook them turn them after searing is complete take them out and make a roux in the dutch oven water and season it ,add the meat back and let it rock in the gravy until tender .Make some biscuits and your ready.

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from wandering owl wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

Moist, slow roasted BBQ.

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from mnloutdoors wrote 5 years 19 weeks ago

boil the whole squirrel in a pot with oil and desired seasonings, then peel off all the meat and use the pieces in squirrel pie or as you would typical chicken or turkey.

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from deadeyedave08 wrote 5 years 16 weeks ago

just skin it and cook it in a crock pot with some mushroom soup and onions and potatoes!!DELISH!!!

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from joe stokes wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

I agree with all these recipes. My favorite is, slow cooked in a stew with all your favorite red meat seasonings

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from bear hunter wrote 5 years 24 weeks ago

fry with ANDY'S FISH BATTER and A LOT OF BUTTER

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from 6phunter wrote 5 years 20 weeks ago

As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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from Salladthewhitet... wrote 2 years 8 weeks ago

Squirrel Pot Pie mmmmmmmmmmmm

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