This dish could go in the Wild Game forum, but since it is of Scottish origin I placed it here.
Venison, the meat of the Red Deer, is a traditional Scottish dish, but it must be well hung to bring out its full flavour and make it tender. Prince Charles Edward ate many a similar dish during his time in the Highlands.
Pinch of ground mace
2 lb fillet of venison
1/2 pint brown gravy or rich beef stock
2 tablespoons butter
1 tablespoon flour
1/2 pint water
Salt and black pepper
1 teaspoon red currant jelly
Cut venison into thin slices and fry in hot butter until a rich brown on both sides. Remove meat and stir flour into butter. Add stock and water. Season with salt, pepper and mace. Put venison back into pan, cover and simmer very gently until tender. Skim the sauce. Add teaspoon
of red currant jelly and pour over collops.
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