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    I'm looking to make a hearty soup using a fresh venison heart. Was actually thinking of trying to work with Cuervo's Seafood Chowder recipe and also adding chicken hearts and gizzards as 1 heart just isn't going to be enough meat. Anybody have any recipes or suggestions?
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    I just like it fried with onions

    If i was going to cook with it I would think of using it along the lines in a sort of meat paella type dish due to the texture of it.

    If i was going to go with a soup i think you are on the money with a chowder base as long as it is red! let me know which way you go.

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    I always stir fry my hearts. I've never made soup with it but I would think that any stew recipe would work well. The problem is one heart isn't going to make very much. You could supplement it with cubed meat or the chicken hearts and gizzards is a good idea. The other thing I do once small game opens is I sometimes make a stew with deer, pheasant, squirrel, etc. A little bit of everything. Something to think about for later in the season.

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    I have a bag full of frozen hearts from the end of last season. Your welcome to them if you want to try a recipe. I usually slice them open and cleam them, then I flash fry them in some butter, minced garlic, and diced onions.

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    Beef Heart Soup

    Take 1 beef heart, cut off most of the fat and wash it thoroughly. Then put the heart into a kettle with 1 1/2 gallons of cold water and boil until tender. Just before it is quite done add salt to taste. Have ready a variety of finely chopped vegetables - about 1 quart - to which may be added a small quantity of either macaroni, rice, or vermicelli. Boil all together for 1 hour. Serve hot with cubes of golden brown toast, and you will enjoy a delicious soup. Better satisfaction will be given if the heart is removed from the broth before adding the vegetables. It may then be stuffed and baked, sliced for sandwiches or made into a fine hash.

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    http://www.tastebook.com/recipes/238...n-Italian-Soup
    substitute the ground venison with the heart

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    How about using the heart instead of the sausage in the jambalaya

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    Im sorry guys I respect the fact your cooking whatever u can on the animal but dosnt that taste like crap? It just dosnt sound like something I would get excited to eat like I said never had it so I don't know but how good can it be? U guys eat the liver too? What else? Just curious

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    I had some leftover fried heart and onions. Wanting to try something different I mixed it with a can of Campbells Chicken and Sausage Gumbo chunky soup. It was pretty good to say the least.

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