Venison curry/ Deer curry

  • Prep Time
    25 mins
  • Cook Time
    45 mins
  • Serving
    6
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You may be wondering what is venison? Well, venison is simply the meat of a game animal. The word ‘Venison’ means ‘to hunt’, mostly referring to deer meat. Wild deer have a very naturally good diet which is very lean and low in fats. It has more protein than any other red meat and has a great source of iron. There are many benefits of Venison meat but I am going to stop here because I could go on about the benefits which surely proves how beneficial it is for you!

The mixture of spices and seasonings flavour the venison creating this delicious curry! Venison curry is a curry full with a blast of flavours ready to give you a mouth watering experience! Give the recipe a try. 

Ingredients

Directions

Here is the step by step recipe!

Step 1

Firstly in a large bowl wash the meat with salt and vinegar and then drain it in a colander

Step 2

Then in a large bowl add in all of the spices, tomato, ginger garlic paste, vinegar and onion, Papaya paste

Step 3

Using your hands incorporate all of the ingredients together well. We like to use a large bowl as it helps ensure that all of the ingredients are evenly distributed on the meat

Step 4

Chop the onion and add the Chopped onion into the bowl and mix it well

Step 5

Switch the instant pot onto saute mode. This helps in sauteing the meat faster. Once you have turned on that mode add the oil in.

Step 6

Place the meat mixture inside the instant pot. Ensure that you stir the meat inside so it doesn't stick to the bottom and gets well coated in the oil.

Step 7

After it starts bubbling add in 3/4 cup of water

Step 8

Mix it well and close the lid. Be sure to cancel the saute mode, then set the instant pot on the pressure cooker setting on high level. Set the 15 minutes timer.

Step 9

After 15 minutes open the lid and mix it, then add the ghee inside. The ghee is optional.

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