Our grandchildren love our meatloaf made from venison that we prep in The Marinade ExpressTM and then grind. The MX Marinades flush out the chemicals that cause the undesirable gamey taste in wild game, so we have served some of our recipes to people and they thought they were eating ground beef. We use the ground venison in recipes for Three Bean & Hamburger Casserole, Chili, Tacos, Sloppy Joes; pretty much any recipe that calls for ground beef. We tumble a venison roast about 40- 60 minutes in the Marinade Express TM, using an appropriate MX Marinade flavor, or a combination of flavors. Garlic Butter is always a favorite flavor, and sometimes when we will be making Chili we mix the Fajitas and BBQ marinade flavors. The fun part is experimenting to find delicious, new taste sensations.
We have a grinder attachment for our Kitchen Aid appliance, but an old-fashioned manual meat grinder also works. Raw meat can even be ground in a food processor using the steel cutting blade.
To substitute ground venison in Miss Savvy’s Cheeseburger Pie pictured above, follow the link:
Since we are recommending prepping the venison in The Marinade ExpressTM before grinding it, you would start with direction # 2 if converting this recipe.