We are proud to say that all of our wild boars are range-free and Texas wild.
Our wild boar roasts are perfect for those occasions when you need to impress your guests. We suggest putting it in a slow cooker, add your favorite spices then walk away. When you return, the sweet and nutty aroma will greet you at the door. These tender and juicy roasts are served best after cooking at a low temp for a longer period of time.
Prepare a Wild Boar Roast for Your Next Holiday Gathering Volunteering to prepare a holiday meal typically leads to stress. In addition to getting the house into tip-top shape, a menu must be created. Guests expect roast beef or turkey so why not give them a surprise this year? They will never expect to see a healthy, delicious wild boar roast on the table. Free-range, Texas wild boar is the perfect meat for the next holiday gathering. The sweet, nutty flavor will have guests talking for months.
Wild boar roasts are best prepared by cooking at a low temperature for a long time. Experiment with the family by preparing the meat in a slow cooker with a variety of spices. A nutty aroma will soon fill the air, causing mouths to water. By the time dinner is served, the family will be excited to try this new meat. The tender, juicy result may cause this roast to become a favorite with adults and children alike. USDA wild boar is one of five exotic meats that have more protein and less fat than beef.
The huge, hairy wild boar may be aggressive but it provides a strong, nutty meat that tastes sweet. An estimated two million wild boars reside in 23 states and some are brazen enough to kill tigers to defend themselves. Hunters maintain the population and chefs prepare lean wild boar meat in a similar manner to pork, though the resulting taste is quite different. The meat has such a distinct flavor that there is no mistaking it.
A slow cooker becomes a trusted piece of kitchen equipment when preparing a Texas wild boar roast. Try cooking the roast on low for six to eight hours with apples, ginger, apple cider, garlic, and brown sugar. Use flour and water to thicken the sauce toward the end of cooking time and add two tablespoons of rosemary during the final minutes.
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