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April 28, 2020 Comments Off on Cooking Beer Braised Maple-Bourbon Venison Sausages Recipes, Videos

Cooking Beer Braised Maple-Bourbon Venison Sausages

Beer Braized Maple Bourbon Venison Sausages. This is one of my favorite sausage dishes as it’s it is a one pot meal. You can add to the pot anything you’d like such as potatoes, rice or more meat. Secondly, The onion & beer gravy is a great part of this meal however it can also be used with Venison meatballs.

Firstly, Sautée 1 large onion in olive oil in dutch oven

Secondly, place four venison sausages in dutch oven with onions and your favorite spices

Once the venison sausages brown slightly, add in one cup of mushrooms

Meanwhile, Once mushrooms start to soften slightly, add one pint of beer or wine or broth. In addition, If you want a thicker rich gravy, I suggest using a stout beer or red wine.

Meanwhile, Cook off the alcohol then cover and place in a 350 degree F (177 C) oven for 15 minutes

Once out of the oven, let stand for 10-15 minutes then serve on it’s own or on buns or with rice.

I’ve made this recipe many times for large parties using venison sausages and venison meatballs. Nobody knew they were venison but they did enjoy it very much. Meatballs and sausages can be done in larger roasting pans to accommodate for larger portions.

Also this tastes much better if cooking over charcoal in a cast iron dutch oven.

Beer Braised Maple Bourbon Venison Sausages

Cooking sausages in beer in a dutch oven.

  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 large onion
  • 2 tbsp your favorite seasoning
  • 4 sausages
  • 1 cup mushrooms (any fresh mushrooms you can find)
  • 1 pint beer (substitute wine or beef broth)
  1. Sautée 1 large onion in olive oil in dutch oven

  2. After that, place four sausages in dutch oven with onions and your favorite spices

  3. Once the sausages brown slightly, add in one cup of mushrooms

  4. Once mushrooms start to soften slightly, add one pint of beer or wine or broth. If you want a thicker rich gravy, I suggest using a stout beer or red wine.

  5. Meanwhile, Cook off the alcohol then cover and place in a 350 degree F (177 C) oven for 15 minutes

  6. Once out of the oven, let stand for 10-15 minutes then serve on it’s own or on buns or with rice.

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