Comforting & Quick Venison Stew

Sharing a comforting and quick venison stew recipe that is sure to keep you warm during this cold winter months! 

comforting and quick venison stew recipe



Confession time, friends: I am not even remotely close to being a fan of cooking.

Much to Brett’s disappointment, my cooking skills are at about the same level as my desire to actually make a meal…pretty nonexistent.

However, if I am being honest, I really like the idea of enjoying to cook a meal. I have this vision of me in the kitchen with a tall glass of wine, the music playing in the background, Brett and I catching each other up on our day, the aromas of garlic and onion wafting through the house… sounds great, right?

In actuality, around 5:00 I begin asking Brett if there’s any leftovers, we’re both too hungry and impatient to make something and we wind up having eggs or cereal or pizza. I know, it’s dire around our household 😉

Last week I began a nutrition overhaul which involved meal planning and follow through – we set a record for having three home cooked meals in a row! This got me to thinking – I cannot be the only person who likes the idea of cooking but not the actual cooking part.

Which brings me to a new blog series – sharing ideas for meals and snacks that take 30 minutes or less to make AND they’re husband approved.

Happy cooking!

The first recipe I want to share was a staple in my house growing up and has since won over Brett’s stomach – comfortable and quick venison stew.

It’s a little spicy, full of venison (or any other red meat) and vegetables, gluten free and the perfect comfort food for these cold winter months.

Print Recipe
Comforting & Quick Venison Stew
This quick venison stew has a little spicy flavors, lots of great veggies and tender venison to make it the perfect comfort food for those cold winter months.
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Instructions
  1. Add all the ingredients to a large pot and simmer for at least 15 minutes or under the vegetables reach a desired tenderness.
Recipe Notes

Our canned venison was already cooked in the pressure cooker during the canning process. If you're starting with raw meat, it needs to be cooked prior to adding it to the stew.

Beef can be substituted for the venison.

quick and easy venison stew in white bowl

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Sharing a comforting and quick venison stew recipe that is sure to keep you warm during these cold winter months! 

comforting and quick venison stew recipe

Confession time, friends: I am not even remotely close to being a fan of cooking.

Much to Brett’s disappointment, my cooking skills are at about the same level as my desire to actually make a meal…pretty nonexistent.

However, if I am being honest, I really like the idea of enjoying to cook a meal. I have this vision of me in the kitchen with a tall glass of wine, the music playing in the background, Brett and I catching each other up on our day, the aromas of garlic and onion wafting through the house… sounds great, right?

In actuality, around 5:00 I begin asking Brett if there’s any leftovers, we’re both too hungry and impatient to make something and we wind up having eggs or cereal or pizza. I know, it’s dire around our household 😉

Last week I began a nutrition overhaul which involved meal planning and follow through – we set a record for having three home cooked meals in a row! This got me to thinking – I cannot be the only person who likes the idea of cooking but not the actual cooking part.

Which brings me to a new blog series – sharing ideas for meals and snacks that take 30 minutes or less to make AND they’re husband approved.

The first recipe I want to share was a staple in my house growing up and has since won over Brett’s stomach – comfortable and quick venison stew.

It’s a little spicy, full of venison (or any other red meat) and vegetables, gluten free and the perfect comfort food for these cold winter months.

Print Recipe
Comforting & Quick Venison Stew
This quick venison stew has a little spicy flavors, lots of great veggies and tender venison to make it the perfect comfort food for those cold winter months.
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Course Main Dish
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Instructions
  1. Add all the ingredients to a large pot and simmer for at least 15 minutes or under the vegetables reach a desired tenderness.
Recipe Notes

Our canned venison was already cooked in the pressure cooker during the canning process. If you're starting with raw meat, it needs to be cooked prior to adding it to the stew.

Beef can be substituted for the venison.


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