This time of year brings an impressive array of seasonal delights to the table. Deep green kales and cabbages, hardy leeks and carrots, crunchy cauliflower and celery – there’s no shortage of choice to make a nutritious, vibrant stir-fry.
The perfect partner to stir-fries is venison. A great substitute for beef, venison is actually meat that comes from deer. As well as being in season this time of year, venison is a great source of top-quality protein, rich in iron (actually more than beef), low in fat and full of B vitamins. Full of flavor, juicy, and easy to cook – it’s time to get that wok out!
Put together, these seasonable vegetables and venison make a tasty, quick and nutritious supper. The secret is in the marinade, so make sure to leave time for the flavours to soak up the spicy sauce.
I must admit I have never seen venison in the supermarket. Not that I've ever looked for it. Does anyone know where we can buy it? Any supermarkets sell it~?
This sounds lovely! I have never tried venison but am now very intrigued.