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This Outfitters Tag has been sold!

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North Country Lodge has a Maine outfitter moose tag available along with a fully guided hunt. This tag is in a premier hunting zone and is a bull tag.

Hank explains all of the details in the video.  Sit back and enjoy!

Trophy Maine Bull Moose
Trophy Moose at North Country Lodge

 


2 lbs. moose round steak

1 large onion, diced

1 lb. bacon, lean

garlic salt

oregano or sweet basil

2 cans mushroom, 4 oz. each

quick mixing flour

Cut moose steak into pieces approximately 4″ X 3″.  Hammer the pieces until the size is approximately 6″ X 4″.  Layer the diced onion and one strip of uncooked bacon in the middle of each piece of meat.  Sprinkle garlic salt and oregano or sweet basil sparingly on top of the bacon  Roll each piece into a bundle and secure with twine.  Brown each bundle in frying pan and then place in a Dutch Oven.  Add 3/4 c. water to the frying pan and scrape pan.  Then pour the contents over the meat in the Dutch Oven.  Simmer covered for about 3 hours,  adding water a necessary.  Remove the meat to a pre-heated platter.  Add mushrooms and quick-mixing flour to the Dutch Oven to thicken the juice.  Ladle the gravy over the meat and serve with wild rice.  Serves 4


Moose steaks

1 lb. ground moose meat                                                       2 tsp. horseradish

1/2 lb. ground beef                                                                   2 eggs, slightly beaten

1/2 small onion (minced)                                                       3/4 c. dry bread crumbs

2 cans (10 oz, each) cream of  mushroom soup             1 tbsp. dried parsley flakes

1 to 2 tbsp. prepared mustard

4 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

Combine meat and onion, set aside.  Combine soup, mustard, worcestershire sauce and horseradish to form a smooth sauce.   Remove 1/3 cup of sauce and combine with ground moose and beef and onions.  Add eggs, bread crumbs and parsley.  Shape into 8 patties.

In a large skillet over a medium heat, brown patties on both sides (5 minutes per side).  Remove patties.  Pour off excess grease.  Return patties.  Spoon sauce over each, cover and simmer 10 to 15 minutes, turning and basting occasionally with sauce.  Serve “steaks” with gravy.  8 servings

North Country Lodge, Chef,    Ellie Goodman

Little known facts about Maine:

The Cleveland Indians was renamed from the Cleveland Nationals in of a Maine Indian on the team.


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P.O. Box 323
Patten ME, 04765

Telephone: 207.528.2320
info@northcountrylodge.com

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