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Deer Ribs

Rated as 4 out of 5 Stars
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"Foolproof method for a tasty part of the deer many hunters ignore."
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Ingredients

18 h 15 m servings 547
Original recipe yields 6 servings (6 pounds)

Directions

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  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees F (95 degrees C).
  2. Pour vinegar and beer into a large roasting pan. Add the celery, carrots, peppers, garlic, and onion. Rub the venison ribs with Cajun seasoning, salt and pepper to taste. Place ribs in roasting pan and cover with a tight fitting lid or aluminum foil.
  3. Bake in preheated oven for 18 hours, or until the meat is falling off of the bone.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 547 calories; 9.6 16.3 88 318 1077 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Great recipe. The only change was the use of a Memphis Rib Rub in lieu of the cajun seasoning. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly and the ribs turned out great!

Most helpful critical review

The recipe is easy to follow, and did deliver on its promise of tender ribs(I cooked up a rack of mule deer ribs). I found the vinegar far too overpowering though. next time I will cut it in hal...

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Great recipe. The only change was the use of a Memphis Rib Rub in lieu of the cajun seasoning. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly and the ribs turned out great!

Great recipe. I followed the recipe as stated, but added half of a banana pepper to give it a kick and would strongly suggest doing this for anyone else thinking of trying these. I also added L...

I used chops as I did not get ribs from my deer. I can only imagine how amazing the ribs would be. The chops were pretty good. The apple vinegar adds a nice tartness to the vegetables and meat. ...

The recipe is easy to follow, and did deliver on its promise of tender ribs(I cooked up a rack of mule deer ribs). I found the vinegar far too overpowering though. next time I will cut it in hal...

This recipe works very well with deer ribs. I've made it twice now and plan to make it my default deer ribs recipe. My wife even likes it.

Too much work for not much flavor