Squirrels Aren't they cute?
now that you're here-I'm tired of the same old dishes:fried squirrel, squirrel gumbo, squirrel w/ gravy-I've got a whole mess of 'em and need some suggestions.
I'm in Louisiana-yes this is real
a little like rabbit, wilder taste, dark meat-not as much as dove though(i can cut alot of the gaminess by soaking in buttermilk)
Thanx all, just needed some help brainstormin'. I'm gonna do a sauce piquant. Little-jerk sounds good-i'll try & find a recipe for next time, unless u can post it. Nicole, try a shrimp po-boy? lol, that's what I had for lunch yest. & I my red beans are as good as anybody's. Also, it's actually called squirrel-head gumbo; was just trying to spare you. You should visit more-we'd love to have ya. Very popular Cajun dish. Jenn, it's for Mardi Gras dinner tonight.
"Squeeler", I'm comin' to get ya!!!
Happy Mardi Gras y'all!!!-thanx again.
- 1 decade agoBest Answer
squirrel in chili
squirrel with ketsup
Chicken Fried Squirrel
Daddy's Squirrel Stew
Easy Squirrel BBQ
Simple Roast Squirrel
Smother - Fried Squirrel
Squirrels in Cream Sauce
Squirrel & Dressing
Squirrel and Noodles
Squirrel Stew TooSource(s): My smart brain ;)
- TimolinLv 51 decade ago
My parents are from Louisiana and I never heard of fried squirrel and squirrel gumbo. I love gumbo;my family put shrimps chicken and other stuff. I think u should try eating a po boy sandwich or red beans and rice. Peek me for th best answer I go there all the time. I'm going to Louisiana for spring break.
- 1 decade ago
squirrel dumplings are my favorite. Baked squirrel is good to just don't bake it too long or on high it will get tough as a boot. Soaking it in buttermilk does help you can also freeze it in it too. you can also boil the meat and make it into a casserole. it takes alot of squirrels to have a good mess but it is well worth the time and effort. the best advise i can give you is pretend it is chicken and cook it just like chicken in what ever way you can.Source(s): country girl at heart.
- chefgrilleLv 71 decade ago
I used to have a cookbook that had "roadkill" recipes in it. (You know what I mean, like squirrel, possum, snake, stuff like that.) I can't find it. I'm not quite sure what the consistency of squirrel is, but I think it's a dark gamey meat, right? You could probably use a duck recipe, or any recipe calling for dark chicken meat.
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- beidlerLv 43 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
Squirrly Squrirly Why Squirrles nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo mINESource(s): Noooooooooooooooooooooooo Don't EVER EAT MY GUINEA PIG NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO PLEASE NO NOT SQUELER MY LITTLE GUINEA PIG!
- jenn_aLv 51 decade ago
If you need dinner tonight, this is too late, but I like to throw 'em in the crock pot with some onions, celery, and garlic, and serve them with stuffing. (If you use Stove Top, it is a quick easy meal!)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
What's the flavor profile like? I've never had squirrel.
- littleheadcatLv 61 decade ago
grilled squirrels with jerk seasonings