Venison Slow Cooker Roast
Venison roast has a way of coming out tough but this venison slow cooker roast is creamy, moist and full of flavor.
I happen to live in a household that both my son and my husband are avid hunting and fishing sportsmen.
We always have whitefish fillets, panfish, trout, salmon and venison in the freezer. A fun fact, I hadn’t found any food that I have an allergy too until I packaged up the venison for the freezer the first year.
Can’t Touch It or Eat It – But, I Can Cook It
Just touching the hair or meat sends my entire body into a visible, red bumpy rash that itches for days.
No itching for me today, though. I found a secret so I can at least make my boys some good eats.
It took me a few tries but using a certain type of latex gloves, I can now at least touch venison again. We thought it was strange, but then met another lady who happens to own a deer processing plant that has the pleasure of getting allergy shots yearly just to work through the season.
I’m back to being able to prepare the guys some good eats with their game. Which brings me to the reason I am here today, sharing. This is creamy, goodness in one pot as my husband states!
• 2 (10- 3/4 ounce) can of cream of mushroom soup
• 2 cups of beef broth
• 5 – 6 tablespoons of dry onion soup mix (homemade)
• 1 tablespoon garlic powder
• 2 tablespoons onion powder
• 3-5 pound thawed venison roast
• Salt and pepper
1.) Measure out and mix everything excluding the venison roast and salt and pepper into the bottom of the crockpot.
2.) Add venison roast and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
3.) Cook all day on low. For my slow cooker, it takes 5-8 hours depending on the size of the roast. Internal temperature should be no less than 145 F.
Noodle or Rice Addition
I like to add noodles or rice to the mix. When I get home, I boil up a couple of cups of noodles or rice and stir into the mixture. I’d suppose you can throw them into the mixture while it is cooking, but I always boil them. Sometimes, they want a choice of the mix over with noodles and sometimes, rice. Choices, choices you know, right?
This is the guy’s favorite venison slow cooker roast recipe to date. I am choosing to share the tried and true goodness, when it comes to making meals with their game. If it rates five stars in their book than it is shareable.