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Question by squirrelgirl98. Uploaded on January 29, 2013
Cook them in a Crock-Pot till the meat falls off the Bones/with some Veggies.
put them in the oven and slow cook them until the meat falls off the bone then remove all of the bones and unwanted meat and then put some bbq sauce on them and cook them for about 5 minutes then eat em
Roll them in flour, salt, pepper, and a little cayenne pepper. Brown them with some garlic and onions then add water and a shot of bourbon. Cover the pan and steam them for about 45 minutes on medium heat until tender.
Look around online, there are scads of squirrel stew recipes out there, or you can simply cook them off in the pressure cooker until the meat falls off the bone, reserve the broth and make a white gravy, then put the meat back into it and serve with fried potatoes, scratch biscuits, and fresh made ice tea, then CALL ME!!
Cut em into pieces and put them into a Crock-Pot for about 4 hours 'til the meat is nice and tender and them coat them in flour and for added taste maybe some cajun seasoning. Then fry them up 'til they're nice and brown! That's my favorite way to eat squirrel
Go to squirrelsunlimited.com where you'll find good recipes and all things squirrels.
We just boil them in a pan of water till they are done and the meat is tender. Then we cut them into pieces( legs, backs etc) . Roll the pieces in flour seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and a touch of red pepper and fry in grease. We used to use lard but you can use vegatable oil if you like. Since the squirrel is already cooked all you have to do is to fry them until they are nice and brown.
Low boil them with salt until the meat comes off the bone easily. Then fry it.
Go to the cook book section of this webpage. Check out "Elmer Fudds Squirrel Stew."
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