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The first time I ever had bear roast I was really skeptical. I mean, can you even eat bear? When I met my husband, Jared, I suddenly found myself with pounds and pounds of venison on hand each year and I had no idea how to work with it. It feeds a crowd, makes great leftovers, and surprisingly — everyone loves it. My dad even served some at his office and it was gone in seconds! There are a lot of rumors that go around about cooking with bear.
The best way to put it — work with bear meat like you work with poultry. Bears do consume other animals and grub, so it is possible for them to carry parasites. When you cook it, it needs to internally reach F like chicken and pork to ensure food safety.
If you ask me, no steak is good well done. Bear meat is best for roasts and braised dishes like spicy pulled taco meat — YUM! Because bear is a fattier meat, it just takes a longer cooking time to melt fat and sinew to result in a fall-apart tender roast. You can, of course, use your oven to roast bear. You can follow the recipe below but roast the bear in a covered dish at F for about 4 hours. This is the best bear roast you will ever make. The meat braises in a delicious and healthy cooking liquid that makes it fall-apart tender…and simple to do.
Keywords: roast, slow cooker, bear roast, bear meat, black bear, wild game. We followed your receipe on some bear meat my nephew and his friend shot in Blue Ridge, GA.. It was excellent!!!! Better than beef!!!!! I never would have thought YOGI would taste so good!!!! I have to disagree with your comment about bear steaks. I am going to make this today but I have a question. Or just leave that part out? Thank you for your help!! I would leave that out!
This was ok, but wine flavor was too overpowering. Notify me via e-mail if anyone answers my comment. Pin Recipe. Description This is the best bear roast you will ever make. Scale 1x 2x 3x. Add the olive oil to a large pan and heat over medium high heat. Meanwhile, pat the roast down with a paper towel to absord excess moisture. When the pan is hot, sear the roast on all sides, creating a nice crust. This will take minutes. Once the roast is seared, lay it in the bottom of a slow cooker.
Mix together the garlic cloves, beef stock, red wine, balsamic, tomato paste, and the remaining salt and pepper. Pour the liquid over roast and lay the thyme sprigs over the top. Cover the slow cooker with a lid, and let it cook for hours on high or hours on low. Serve with the liquid you cooked the roast in you can reduce it down on the stove if you like.
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Comments I really love these, Thanks for the recipe. It looks so delicious. Would it be good to put carrots and potatoes mixed in the crockpot also??? As for the roasts, I totally agree. Roasts done in the slow cooker are fantastic! the newsletter Subscribe to get our latest content by .
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