Slow Roasted Venison Ham - Fiesta Style

Tammy Brownlow


This recipe would work well with a fresh pork ham or roast as well.

The well seasoned venison is roasted until fork tender and makes wonderful pulled sandwiches or tacos.

Southern Food With Flare


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8 to 10
5 Min
3 Hr


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3 - 5 pound de-boned venison ham or pork roast/fresh ham
1/2 large
onion, sliced thin
a few sprigs of fresh cilantro
1/2 c
beef broth
1 Tbsp
1 tsp
garlic powder
1 tsp
spanish paprika
1 tsp
chile de arbol seasoning
1 tsp
ancho chili powder
1 tsp
if you can try it with Kicked Up Salsa Fresca

How to Make Slow Roasted Venison Ham - Fiesta Style


  • 1In the bottom of a roasting pan place onion slices evenly. Pour beef broth into pan.
  • 2Arrange cilantro evenly into pan.
  • 3In a small bowl add spices and stir to combine.
  • 4Sprinkle half of the seasoning mixture over venison.
  • 5Place seasoned side down into roasting pan.
  • 6Sprinkle the rest of the spices over venison. Place into 350 degree oven covered and roast until tender about 3 hours depending on the weight of your meat. Check every so often to make sure you have broth remaining. If you need to add more as necessary.
  • 7When venison is fork tender, remove from oven and pull apart with 2 forks.
  • 8Serve with fresh tortillas, salsa, and all of your favorite fixins. Enjoy!

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About Slow Roasted Venison Ham - Fiesta Style

Course/Dish: Roasts, Wild Game
Main Ingredient: Wild Game
Regional Style: Mexican
Dietary Needs: Gluten-Free, Low Carb

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