Try this venison burger recipe at your next cookout!
Hopefully your freezer is packed full of deer meat this offseason. For all of you chefs out there, now's the time to clean off your grill. Cookout, pool party, and bonfire season is almost here. So get ready to add an easy, yet mouth watering, venison burger recipe to your cookbook.
If you plan on hosting a good ol' country gathering, some homemade deer burgers are warranted. I can't think of an easier, tastier meal, to have your guests salivating from the mouth. So whip out your apron and spatula, it's time to perfect your deer burger recipe.
1 pound of ground venison
1 pack of dry Lipton soup
1 tsp garlic salt
1 tsp season salt
2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
Most likely you'll have most of these ingredients readily available. If not, take a quick trip to your local grocery store to pick these up. Once, you're list is complete it's time to fire up the grill. I don't know about you, but I'm hungry just thinking about it. Grab a sizeable Tupperware container to compile and mix your ingredients. Let's get cooking.
You're almost ready to eat. Now it's time to thoroughly mix your ingredients together. Once you've accomplished this, start forming your burgers and placing them on a clean plate until your Tupperware container is empty.
Now you have a tough choice to make, do you eat them now or later? I guess that really depends on how hungry you and your guests are! I recommend placing your plate full of deer burgers in the refrigerator to marinate overnight.
When you're ready to eat, just add some sharp cheddar cheese and some condiments to give those deer burgers an extra kick. That's all it takes. I bet you never knew you'd be taking cooking advice from a redneck. But I assure you, this recipe will be the hot topic of your next cookout. So thaw out some ground deer meat and get to cooking!