Achieve a delicious pulled venison using your slow cooker. Cooking doesn’t get much easier than that and when the results are delicious too, all the better. Use this slow cooker pulled venison recipe for tender and flavorful venison.
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Wild Game Recipe
In the Northwoods where we live, the family goes deer hunting when the season rolls around. This year, our freezer is full of meat. That means lots of venison recipes.
Slow Cooker Pulled Venison Recipe
This slow cooker recipe is a set it and forget it recipe that has great tasting results. Whether you are cooking for you family or a crowd, anytime you can use a slow cooker to cook, the work of cooking just seems easier. Savory and tasty flavor, which makes a great sandwich.
In the photo, you will see homemade pickles. While these were picked very, very young and canned, you don’t have to just use little pickles as a side for the pulled venison sandwich. If you want to make your own homemade pickles, here is a family favorite recipe.
Tender, Shredded Venison
Some parts of the deer can be tough and undesirable to eat. Everyone seems to love the tenderloin. Beyond that, I always hear people asking what to do with the rest of the deer. This recipe is a great way to cook up something tasty and tender with even the undesirable parts. As a bonus, there are only a few ingredients needed for this recipe. Some recipes call for a lot of different seasonings, this one is so easy with just 4 simple ingredients. This is easy cooking that results in a deliciously tender venison that can be shredded for so many uses. We made sandwiches today.
Slow Cooker Pulled Venison
- 4 Pound Venison Roast This will work with a roast 3-8 pounds.
- 24 Oz. Dr. Pepper Soda (2 cans)
- 1 Tbl. Seasoned Salt I like Lawry’s
- 1 Tbl. garlic powder
- 1 Tbl. Dried Minced Onion
- Put Venison Roast in a 5 quart slow cooker. Add the soda, salt, garlic powder, and minced onion. Cook on low in the slow cooker for 8 hours.
- Serving suggestion: serve on bun with pickles on the side.
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I hope that you liked this recipe. If you are looking for more ideas on what to make, here are a few other recipes that you may enjoy.