Recipe by Kristen Rose
"Bull moose is the best meat to use with this recipe. Have a pro, or yourself grind it like hamburger."
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Recipie worked out fine the only change i used was i used antelope burger
I received my first ground moose from my sister in AK. I was worried we wouldn't like it. I picked this recipe to prepare it, not knowing what else to do with moose meat. My whole family loved it! I did add a raw egg and about 1/3 c. bread crumbs to the moose meat to keep in from coming apart while making meatballs. Excellent recipe and I will make again even if I have to use ground beef. (p.s. for those who do not have moose, it tasted really similar to bison/buffalo. I think that would be a easy to access alternative)
Moose is impossible to get unless you know someone who hunts. If anyone knows of a game farm that raises moose meat for commercial sale, please let us know! Had to substitute ground elk instead. Unfortunately, my sauce turned out far too thick to pour evenly over the meatballs. Very tasty though!
I hate giving such a low rating.. but the "sauce" was a paste. Before I even heated it up it was already thick and pasty.. How is this working for anyone?
It was OK. The honey-garlic flavor didn't flavorful the moose meat enough and it ended up tasting too gamey.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Honey-Garlic Moose Meatballs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 28
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