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Recipe For Venison Stew — 12 Comments

  1. Wow! So strange that you call it “waterblommetjie” because here we name the stew “waterblommetjie”, not the flower itself (whose chief ingredient is the waterblommetjie as you call it. Also called “pond weed” and used in aquariums if you can believe it!

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    • Our pond weed grows in the wild here in most of our local dams 🙂

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  2. Great with the addition of waterblommetjies!!! Very local!!

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    • I cannot imagine a bredie without the blommetjies 🙂

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  3. Ooh you are lucky – this recipe looks and sounds gorgeous! Am enjoying the rugby too 🙂

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    • I stayed home this morning to watch France beat Wales.

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  4. I loved some of springbok we ate while in South Africa last year. Some was really good and some just OK. I’m sure since it is venison you have to know how to cook it. I didn’t realize it was so expensive.waterblommetjies & Spanish rub?
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    • Springbok can be very expensive and very easy to ruin! This lot we got was actually very cheap. Waterblommetjies are pond lillies, which you can get in the USA. Spanish rub is a spice blend with Spanish influences of paprika, saffron etc. Have a super day Bexx 🙂

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  5. Must make friends with a hunter. Sorry, just making my to-do list for the fall. Looks great.

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    • it is always handy to have a hunter friend 🙂

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  6. They call it deer meat out here and i say oh you mean venison and the locals look at me like “was that greek”.. lovely recipe, the slow cook would be great I think. c

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    • the Americans are so funny sometimes Celi – with all their different words like they invented a new language 🙂

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