Original recipe yields 4 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
I submitted this recipe and wanted to make it according to the directions allrecipes used. They changed a few things. The recipe is still good. It doesn't need anywhere near that much butter ...
Beautiful dish, and open for creativity! I used two squash, venison sausage, and dried cranberries. When browning the sausage I added some diced onion and celery. I too cut back on the brown ...
This was undoubtedly the best thing I have made. I added a dash of pine nuts to the mixture, and used beef instead of venison. It makes a very impressive and showy main course that is warm, comf...
very very good. this is a great change from all the traditional recipes for venison out there. i used cubed venison instead of ground venison, and it was delicious!
This recipe is so flexible and very creative for venison - which is why I gave it 5 stars. You can easily alter this recipe to taste, and it still turns out great. Here is what I did: Per other ...
very good but too sweet for our tastes. Next time I would use 1/2 the brown sugar and twice the rice which would almost double the number of servings.
I used double the amount of wild rice and half the brown sugar and butter called for in this recipe. Very tasty, my whole family liked it. Will make again.
I followed this recipe to a t. My only change was cutting back the butter and sugar that was suggested by other viewers. We are not fans of sweet dinners and this meal was not for us.
I cut the sugar and butter as recommended by others, and added diced onions to the stuffing ... this got rave reviews by everyone around the table (including the kids!)