Tried and tested, this game pie can be served hot or cold for a comforting meal.
Venison makes a really good stew. Using the meat from the shoulder – rich, dark and deep in flavour, it responds well to slow-cooking.
Vindaloo is infamous for being the most fiery curry one can order at the curry house. However, traditionally this Goan dish of strong Portuguese influence is tangy, rich and warming. Using diced venison instead of typical lamb or chicken, this dish is packed with flavour rather than off-the-richter scale heat from chilli alone.
I love a regular beef chilli, but this venison version is something else! Using a combination of diced haunch and venison mince gives the dish a real depth of flavour and a great texture.
This succulent, slow-cooked dish is very easy to get in the pan and bakes down to beautiful, unguent tenderness. Enjoy it with a heap of buttery celeriac mash, cabbage and redcurrant jelly.