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#7014617 - 10/28/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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I've had 4 bowls full the past 2 days and having more for dinner this evening. Sent a container full to the MILs and froze some up for a buddy who owns the property the rats came from.

Dang you Dog! grin

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#7017121 - 10/29/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Batchief909]  
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grin grin


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#7061540 - 11/10/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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thanks for the recipe. i think it would work with just about any light meat ...


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#7072944 - 11/13/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: paulfish4570]  
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Man that sounds good. I'm always looking for new squirrel recipes. I'll be trying this. Thanks!

#7088369 - 11/18/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: GeorgiaBoiler]  
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Quick note. You can freeze the soup in tupperware type bowls, thaw it out, nuke it in the microwave, and it's just as good as coming right off the stove!


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#7091223 - 11/19/12 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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Gonna make another batch next weekend. The first batch never got a chance to make it to the freezer! This stuff is awesome!

#7276942 - 01/06/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Batchief909]  
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#7284601 - 01/08/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Crappie_Killer]  
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Well, just shut off the pressure cooker......got 8-9 "limb chickens" in it. Gonna bone out the meat and store for tomorrow. Got a buddy coming over and we're gonna make a full pot of the chowder. Then, weather permitting, we are going for a midday hunt! grin


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#7285090 - 01/08/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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Thought I'd let you guys know. While I was deboning the squirrels[the meat was falling off the bone], I had 1 squirrel in the bunch that was so old/tough, that I couldn't pull the meat off the bone. Those 4 pieces went to the waste basket. grin

For anybody that wants to know, I pressure cooked the squirrels for a little over 30 minutes at 10 lbs. of pressure.


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#7294449 - 01/10/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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Sounds like an awesome recipe and one that I am going to try soon. Can somebody expand on the parboiling technique, like for how long and at what temperature?

Thanks for your time
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#7294458 - 01/10/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: deputy30]  
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Throw them in some salted water with some onions, boil for about 5 minutes, cool and peel.


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#8112170 - 09/29/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: ingwe]  
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Because more guys are finally getting out to hunt "limb chickens", and we have some guys who never saw the recipe, from last yr., I'm giving this thread a one time bump. I gotta get busy and make a batch.....my freezer is gettin' full. grin


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#8113651 - 09/29/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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finally going to get out later this week and try to get some skwerls. Can't wait to cook up a pot of the chowder.

#8151314 - 10/12/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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Squirrels are not very plentiful around here yet this year, but was able to killer three this morning and have the chowder cooking on the stove. Been waiting all summer for this. This has got to be a top 10 dish that I have every made.


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#8151404 - 10/12/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Crappie_Killer]  
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Good stuff, isn't it!

#8153130 - 10/13/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Batchief909]  
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I put the old tough ones in the bag in the freezer labeled "maddog stew." I parboil in some stock--garlic, onions, little chicken stock, salt, pepper, bay-leaf. It flavors them up a little.

The young tender suckers get chicken-fried...


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#8153580 - 10/13/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Ella]  
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Wish I could find some young tender ones.... grin

Two thirds of the squirrels I've shot this year have been older males and females.


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#8154362 - 10/13/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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Down here the little ones are scampering around. They'll drive you nuts when you're deer hunting. Of the dozen or so I've shot this Fall, about half have been tender little pups. They fry up beautifully--melt off the bone--but they sure are tiny in a scope.

I had an old boar simmer for a good hour and a half once before it softened up. But it made some good taco meat, which is the other recipe I use the older ones in besides your stew. They take some tugging and gnawing if you fry 'em.

#8154854 - 10/13/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Ella]  
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That's an AMEN on the tugging and gnawing......grin


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#8155946 - 10/14/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: maddog]  
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I thawed out 3 squirrels I had previously killed to add to the 5 I took last week for "chowder". I placed all of the pieces in the pressure cooker for 30 minutes using beef stock for moisture. There must have been one old limb chicken in the mix, because even after 30 minutes....I had 4 quarter pieces of what you could compare to "Super-Ball" material... grin All the rest just fell off the bone.

#8156330 - 10/14/13 Re: Fantastic squirrel recipe [Re: Batchief909]  
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I'm guessing this will work with rabbits as well. You guys that have tried it do you think it would work with game birds, or maybe even a combination of whatever you happen to have left in the freezer???


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