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Boar Stew
« on: August 07, 2013, 09:37:18 PM »
I thought as this is my first post, I would start off with something a little tasty.

So . . . Take one wild boar


(Not all of it !!!! )

WILD BOAR STEW

1Kg boned and cubed boar meat
500gms cured boar bacon
2 large onion chopped
1 crushed garlic
10gms curry powder or paprika
250ml water
250ml Red Wine
1kg stewed tomatoes (tinned) if available.
2 sliced carrots
2 medium potatoes
(other seasonal vegetables as available)
dried herbs - anything which is available.
10gms cornflour


In a large pan fry bacon until crisp.  Remove bacon, cool, crumble and set aside.   

In the same pan (with a little olive oil) cook boar meat cubes, onion, garlic, and curry powder/paprika until meat is browned.

Put cooked meat into a large casserole dish

Stir in 150ml of water and the 250ml of Red Wine.
 
Add the herbs, stewed tomatoes, carrots, potatoes and other vegetables, and mix well.

Bake in a low oven for 45 minutes. (150c)

Mix cornflour with the remaining water and stir into casserole. 

Bake for 60 more minutes or until meat and vegetables are tender.

Add bacon to garish immediately before serving.


(This is also an ideal 'Crock Pot' recipe which can be prepared in advance and is more 'flexible' time wise.)


This makes enough for four and is eaten with Bigos (Stewed cabbage - Polish national dish).

Adding more curry powder or paprika makes this particularly 'warming' on cold winter nights.

Serve with ice cold Polish 'mineral water' (70% proof ;-)

The beauty of this recipe is that anyone can have a go - and even if you muck up, by the second glass of 'mineral water' - you don't care !!!


Regards

JonP
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Re: Boar Stew
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2013, 10:47:29 PM »
That sounds tasty. Were do you get the wild boar ?
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Re: Boar Stew
« Reply #2 on: August 08, 2013, 06:04:05 PM »
Apologies - I realised that I had posted a hunting picture in the cooking section, but am unable to edit the original post to remove  :(

If Mods can edit the original to remove the picture, then pop it back where it belongs, then I will post the Boar picy in the proper place.

The boar is from Northern Poland, take with a BSA SuperTEN . . . . . only kidding  ;D

Actually a BSA CF2 in 9.2x62mm  (3600 ft-lbs)


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Re: Boar Stew
« Reply #3 on: August 19, 2013, 08:49:24 AM »
That sounds tasty. Were do you get the wild boar ?

I used the mother in law Rab'.  ;)
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Re: Boar Stew
« Reply #4 on: September 27, 2013, 08:52:56 PM »
Pmsl  ;D
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