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Unread 06-07-2014, 08:34 PM
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Elk Log Dinner


Ingredients: Sorry not very good in following recipes.

Fresh dice 2 garlic (2 TBSP) and onions (1/2 med), black pepper (2 TBSP), sriracha sauce (squirts [:p]), soy sauce (1/2), 2 freshly beaten eggs, ~ 2C of shredded Mexican 4 cheese blend. Mix thoroughly then divide in fourths. Place in foil and roll into a log with a hard boil egg in the middle (optional), twist end to secure. Steam for ~30 minutes or bake in 375F for 30-45 minutes.





Topped the elk log with Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce, served it with brown rice; baby kale, chard, baby spinach salad with blood orange olive and pear balsamic vinaigrette ... and of course a merlot to wash it down.

MNMNM!
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    Re: Elk Log Dinner

    Look's delicious Feenix! Thanks for the recipe, the only thing I'd change is the wine,I'm a bit more of a Shiraz fan...Cheers
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    Re: Elk Log Dinner

    I'm tellin ya man, do the cookbook! This looks great, not to mention innovative.

    I'm filing this one away. Thanks for taking time to share.
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    Re: Elk Log Dinner

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by shorty View Post
    Look's delicious Feenix! Thanks for the recipe, the only thing I'd change is the wine,I'm a bit more of a Shiraz fan...Cheers
    I like shiraz too, just about anything red including blends. I'm no wine snob and don't discriminate the white (or other spirits for that matter)
    for the right food pairing.

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    I'm tellin ya man, do the cookbook! This looks great, not to mention innovative.

    I'm filing this one away. Thanks for taking time to share.
    Thanks again for the vote of confidence. Cheers!
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    Re: Elk Log Dinner

    Thanks FEENIX, we're always on the lookout for new elk recipes and this one looks delicious.
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    Thanks FEENIX, we're always on the lookout for new elk recipes and this one looks delicious.
    Enjoy!
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    Re: Elk Log Dinner

    Looks excellent, thanks or sharing the recipe! This would probably also go great for breakfast especially if you used some elk breakfast sausauge or elk chorizo!
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