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This is an ultimate weekend dinner when you're busy,
just place a frozen roast with its trimmings (at the times noted)
into the oven, and
your complete dinner is ready
if you also make your rice ahead of time
so it is ready when your roast and veggies are...
To make a tender Venison Roast, place it “frozen” into a low temperature oven ~ 
and smell the happiness do its work...

Servings: (6 to 8)
Prep: 10 Mins. |
Braise in Oven: 3 to 4 Hrs.,
--depending roast size
and desired doneness

Posted by Sandra


***Cook for the first 2 hours:
4 lb. frozen venison roast, trim outer side of excess fat (or moose, or beef roast)
1 (15 oz. can) beef broth
1 cup water
2 (.087 oz.) pkgs. dry pork gravy mix (I prefer McCormick’s Brand)
2 garlic cloves, chopped
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
2 bay leaves
1 teaspoon kosher salt
½ teaspoon ground pepper

***Add and cook for an additional 2 hours:
1 medium onion, chopped
2 russet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1.5” cubes
2 handfuls of baby carrots
2 ribs of celery, cut into 1.5” chunks
8 whole crimini mushrooms

***Serving (Options)
--Horseradish Sauce (for recipe, click here: Sandra's Kicker Horseradish Sauce ~ THIS IS A MUST!!!
--Prepared steamed rice


Preheat oven to 275 degrees.

Place frozen venison roast trimmed of excess fat into dutch oven, along with remaining ingredients. Cover to dutch oven, and cook for 2 hours.

Remove dutch oven, and add the veggies, and place back in oven, covered, and cook for 2 more hours, or until your desired doneness is reached when inserting a meat thermometer into the center of roast, refer to the chart below* (Note: The Venison Roast will increase 5 to 10 degrees more while it stands.) When desired doneness is reached, let Venison Roast stand for 5 minutes out of the oven prior to serving for the inner juices to redistribute before carving.

Meanwhile, about an hour prior to the Venison Roast and veggies being done, begin preparing the Kicker Horseradish Sauce and refrigerate it 1 hr. prior to serving, including starting the steamed rice.

*Doneness Chart: Internal Temperature of Venison Roast (or Moose, or Beef) will read:
--Medium-rare is 135-140
--Medium is 140-145
--Medium-well is 150-155
--Well-done is 155-160


Tip: If you prefer a thicker sauce, remove and roast to a platter to rest. Place the dutch oven on the stovetop over medium-high heat, and mix a slurry consisting of equal parts  (about 2 tablespoons) of water and cornstarch and add slurry to the sauce while whisking, and continue cooking just until a boiling point is achieved.

1 comment:

sandra said...

This Venison Roast dinner was what I served for dinner this Saturday evening, on this blustery October 2010 day...I hope you try the recipe ~ it was fabulous!


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