Slow Cooker Venison Roast Recipe
Venison roast slow cooked with onion, creamy mushroom soup, a dab of this and a spice of that. Simple, tasty way to enjoy that game meat.
This no-hassle roast is made by covering venison with apples and sliced onions then cooking it in the slow cooker. The apple does something magical! The gravy goes great with mashed potatoes.
A venison pot roast is slow-cooked with a creamy mushroom gravy until melt-in-your-mouth tender.
This tender slow cooked venison roast makes its own teriyaki flavored gravy in the slow cooker.
The flavors were amazing in this so 4 stars for that. I did tweek the recipe slightly. I let my roast soak in milk overnight to take some of the gamey flavor out. I added a few more splashes of worcestershire sauce, used minced garlic instead of salt, and a lower sodium mushroom soup. I also added 1/2 cup of red wine. Unfortunately, after slow cooking for 8 hours the venison was till a little tough for my taste. My husband and 2yr old daughter gobbled it right up though. I would recommend slow cooking for atleast 10-12 hours. My father in law tried this same recipe a few days later but left his roast in the crock for 12 hours. The meat was incredibly tender and had an awesome flavor.
Delish! I added 1 1/2 cans of water, 2 Walla Walla onions and powdered garlic. Not salty at all. Cooked on high 5 hours turned to low for another hour. Fall apart tender and a wonderful gravy. This will be my go to recipe for our venison roasts. Thank you!
I have made this recipe a couple times for parties at our house, and people love it. This past time, I added 1 can of whole berry cranberry sauce to the recipe. I stirred it with the soups. It gave the recipe a "french" flavor---as if I had added a bunch of reduced red, fruity wine. Excellent. I made no other changes, other than to brown two smallish roasts first. I did cut the roasts into very large chunks to allow them to fit into the crock pot with ease.
I use a venison roast with taco seasonings to make shredded venison tacos. It's a great alternative to beef and my family just loves them. Serve with the taco shells, lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, taco sauce and anything else you like on your tacos.