PEGGI'S CANNED DEER MEAT

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Peggi Anne Tebben

By
@cookiequeen

We have been canning deer meat for several years now. This is so good, you can eat it straight from the jar. No need to add any liquids, as it makes it's own.

An older woman gave me her recipe for this several years ago.

I use this for beef tip recipes & stroganoff & BBQ sandwiches, add to stews. Can be used in place of beef in most any recipe.

Rating:

★★★★★ 3 votes

Comments:
Prep:
30 Min
Cook:
1 Hr 15 Min

Ingredients

  • PER QUART JAR

  • ·
    2 bouillon cubes, either kind, beef or chicken
  • ·
    1 3/4# raw deer meat, cut in 1" square cubes (doesn't have to be perfect)
  • ·
    1 tsp. canning salt
  • ·
    1 tbsp. white vinegar

How to Make PEGGI'S CANNED DEER MEAT

Step-by-Step

  1. Place ingredients in quart jar in order given.
  2. Leave about 1" headspace.
  3. Heat lids & place on jars.
  4. Put about 2" of tap water that is not hot but about the same temperature as jars,in pressure cooker.
  5. Place jars in cooker & secure the lid on it.
  6. Process in pressure cooker @10# pressure for 75 minutes.

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