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This is a standard recipe of vegetable beef stew only you are substituting the beef for leaner venison, ending up with a tasty bowl of hearty goodness. Since venison is leaner than beef and can have a tendency to be tough due to the lack of fat, the trick is to cut it into smaller pieces and simmer until fork tender before adding all the vegetables. Adding all the vegetables too soon and while the venison is simmering to become tender can have them end up being mushy. Once done, serve up a bowl of stew with some hot buttery rolls or garlic bread.
Recipe makes eight servings.
You can substitute fresh vegetables for the frozen ones. If you don’t care for all the vegetable types contained in mixed vegetable or like something else, you can use something like carrots, peas or corn, etc. You can also substitute one bag of frozen chopped onions and celery in place of fresh.