squirrel eating

Discussion in 'Small Game Hunting' started by badcat, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. badcat

    badcat New Member

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    whats the best way to fix these up to eat?
     
  2. dcaruthers

    dcaruthers New Member

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    I love them in gravy or grilled. If grilling, I marinate them overnight in italian dressing and beer.
     

  3. Georgiajack

    Georgiajack New Member

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    There are many ways, here is one of my favorites when I want a mess of squirrel. Quarter your skinned squirrells, place in the refrigerator over night in a large bowl of water. Change the water a couple of times before bed. A lot of the blood will be removed. Pressure cook for abot 45 minutes, and let them sit for a little longer in the cooker before taking the lid off. The meat should come off the bones easily, remove it watching out for small bones, and put aside in a bowl. Start a pot of rice, add cream of chicken soup, or cream of mushroom, or combination of both to your rice water. If you prefer you can add buillion cubes beef, or chicken instead. Add the squirrel to the pot, season to taste with salt, pepper, or some TSS, and let it simmer about 20 minutes or so. If it gets too stiff add a little hot water or broth if you have it on hand. Serve it with you favorite vegetables, and biscuits. Good fishin', Jack.
     
  4. field989

    field989 New Member

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    I MIGHT HAVE TO TRY THAT...


    SOUNDS DELICIOUS

    what i did last year was just get the legs... and flour then and fry them... they were good.. but that recipe sounds GREAT


    Jeff
     
  5. badcat

    badcat New Member

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    did anyone parboil and then fry them, i always have a hard time with them getting tough.
     
  6. blindfly69

    blindfly69 New Member

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    man that sounds good...im gonna have to try it