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Moose heart roll

WoodMoose

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heart - my favorite hunk of meat
decided I wanted something different

took a moose heart, cut off the bottom (end cap) to make a level surface, then spiral cut it to make a long stretch of meat goodness

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then seasoned with garlic pepper and spread some parsley on it, then thai basil, then some mint, small green onions, and jalapenos,

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rolled it up tight and skewered (tying with butcher twine would work as well)

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set on end in a baking dish, and put a couple of dollops of bear grease on it,,, then added some braising juice made from 3 parts water, 1 part wine (should of used red, but only had white in the fridge - don't use it much) and 1 part soy sauce - pour that into bottom of pain to 1" deep ish

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then baked at 350 for an hour - could have used a bit more, but what the heck, I like rare heart anyhow


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and what it looked like after first cut off to eat,,,

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it was delicious (what heart meal isn't???)
served with sticky rice and some "fried chili in oil" straight from the PRC,,,


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JohnCushman

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Joined
Nov 27, 2009
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Location
South East Colorado
heart - my favorite hunk of meat
decided I wanted something different

took a moose heart, cut off the bottom (end cap) to make a level surface, then spiral cut it to make a long stretch of meat goodness

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then seasoned with garlic pepper and spread some parsley on it, then thai basil, then some mint, small green onions, and jalapenos,

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rolled it up tight and skewered (tying with butcher twine would work as well)

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set on end in a baking dish, and put a couple of dollops of bear grease on it,,, then added some braising juice made from 3 parts water, 1 part wine (should of used red, but only had white in the fridge - don't use it much) and 1 part soy sauce - pour that into bottom of pain to 1" deep ish

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then baked at 350 for an hour - could have used a bit more, but what the heck, I like rare heart anyhow


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and what it looked like after first cut off to eat,,,

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it was delicious (what heart meal isn't???)
served with sticky rice and some "fried chili in oil" straight from the PRC,,,


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