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  • What's the best way to fix squirrel meat.

    What's the best way to fix squirrel meat.

  • #2
    fry with ANDY'S FISH BATTER and A LOT OF BUTTER

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    • #3
      Moist, slow roasted BBQ.

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      • #4
        As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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          As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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          • #6
            As a boy that loved to hunt these little fellas we only had one rule and that was to eat all that we killed.I'VE ate them over open fires /bbq/fried/broasted and toasted,In my mind though the best is boiled and made with dumplings and gravey,they're all good ways .

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            • #7
              boil the whole squirrel in a pot with oil and desired seasonings, then peel off all the meat and use the pieces in squirrel pie or as you would typical chicken or turkey.

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              • #8
                just skin it and cook it in a crock pot with some mushroom soup and onions and potatoes!!DELISH!!!

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                • #9
                  I agree with all these recipes. My favorite is, slow cooked in a stew with all your favorite red meat seasonings

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                  • #10
                    Squirrel Pot Pie mmmmmmmmmmmm

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                    • #11
                      I like it as a replacement for pork.

                      Works great as a bagel topper. I'm told that the latest fad is use an Insta-Pot or some other variation of pressure cooker which has always been a good way to cook them.

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