Check out this cool venison recipe from CanCooker, one of the easiest ways to turn your deer, beef or other goodies into a super meal at home or camp.
The CanCooker is pretty doggone easy to use, too. Put your food items inside, lock the top, put over a flame and within an hour or so you’ll be ready to eat. The pressure and heat combine for tender meat, flavor and, as noted, quicker cooking times without giving up that great taste.
Drunken Belgian Buck
4 ears fresh corn (halved)
1‐1/5 lbs. Red skinned new potatoes (quartered)
1 Large Onion (quartered)
4 Pieces Venison Kielbasa
1 Venison back Strap (cut in half)
Onion Pepper Seasoning
Butter Garlic Seasoning
12 oz. Bottle Ommegang Abbey Ale (or any other Belgian Dubbel)
12 oz. Water
Stick of Butter
Spray can cooker with PAM. Place racks in cooker. Add corn pieces, standing on
end. Arrange potatoes and onions around the corn. Sprinkle with both seasonings.
Place meat over vegetables and add additional seasoning. Place stick of butter on
top of meat and add beer and water.
Cover and lock lid. Steam for 30 minutes. Remove from heat and let rest for 5