Submitted Recipes: Moose

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Stuffed Moose Heart

Posted By: collin colby  


  • 1 Moose heart, inside cleaned of arterties (scooped out)  
  • 3 slices of fire dried bread (Place on top of air tight stove.This works well.)  
  • 1 large onion 
  • 2 gloves of fresh garlic 
  • salt and pepper (red is best, your choice!)  
  • 1 bottle of beer (non-al is fine!)


Break bread into small pieces and combine onion, garlic, salt/pepper. Stuff into heart, as you would a chicken. Place in pot just big enough to fit heart. Pour beer into pot. Put pot (lid on) in pre-heated (350 degrees) oven ... or better yet, med heat on BBQ. Cook for 30-40 minutes until all liquid has been cooked/absorbed off. Remove and let sit for 5 mins. Slice cross ways (from tip to top) Melt in your mouth good!!! We in our hunt camp never miss this meal. A couple hunter came across our camp (28 miles in middle of nowhere), last year. They were alittle lost, so we kept them for the night! This was the meal I was cooking up. First time they had ever tried heart, couldn't believe the incredible texture and flavour! Liked it better then the tenderloin!?! If you have hard time with the thought of eating heart, close your eyes. for just one bite, after that it won't bother you!! Enjoy!

Moose, Barley, Vegatable Soup

Posted By: Michael Woolstencroft 


  • 1 pound of ground moose
  • 1 cup of soup mix  
  • 1 large onion  
  • 4 carrots  
  • 2 sticks of celery  
  • 6 medium mushrooms  
  • 1 tablespoon of worcestershire sauce  
  • beef boulion cube or packet  
  • garlic salt & pepper to taste  
  • 2 tablespoons of olive oil


  • Bring 2 quarts of water to a boil
  • Add soup mix  
  • Slow boil for about 15 minutes  
  • Add chopped onion  
  • Wait 10 minutes 
  • Add chopped carrots, celery and mushrooms  
  • Add beef cube and sauce  
  • Turn heat to minimum and cook slowly until all ingredients are fully cooked  
  • Brown 1 pound of ground moose in 2 tablespoons of olive oil and add to soup halfway through cooking.  
  • Enjoy

Moose Steak Marinate

Posted By: Julie Croston


  • 1 cup Olive Oil  
  • 1 brown sugar  
  • 1 cup soya sauce  
  • 1 small minced onion  
  • 1 bulb of minced garlic  
  • 1 tsp salt  
  • 1 tsp pepper (white)


Mix all ingredients well. Add moose or elk steak. Leave in refrigerater for 3 days to 2 weeks. (Stir occasionally)

Barbeque or cook however you want!!!!! You'll never go to beef again.