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Coyote Recipes

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by oldhammy1, Jun 12, 2006.

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  1. oldhammy1

    oldhammy1 Member

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    I am going to go out coyote hunting in the next few weeks. Since I always try to eat what I kill, I wanted to find out how you cook up these little guys. Anyone with a great coyote recipe out there?
     
  2. BARRETT

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    cooks just like any dog
     
  3. one-shot-one

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    recipe

    marinade them over night in you favorite marinade.
    soak two oak planks in salted water over night.
    fire up the grill, place 1st soaked plank on then place marinaded coyote then place other plank on top close grill and cook about 8 min. per pound, remove planks and coyote.
    now throw coyote in trash and eat the planks!:D
     
  4. AzDryHeat

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    Crock Pot Coyote!

    Hi Hammy,

    Like you, I beleve that we should eat what we harvast! :what:

    See recipe below...

    2-4 lbs of coyote meat
    16 oz of apricot preserves
    1 bottle BBQ sauce
    1/2 purple onion diced
    1/2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp pepper
    1/2 tsp garlic powder

    Throw it all in a crock pot and let it cook for 8 hours. YUMMY!!
     
  5. kjeff50cal

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    There is always the North Korean Cookbook..... 50 Ways to Wok a Dog:neener: .
     
  6. hoghunting

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    My recipe must work pretty well as I don't have any leftovers. After shooting the coyote, I leave it in the field so the sun can slow cook it. I let it cook for 7-10 days to make sure that it is done. When I go check on it, I find that the neighbors must have crept in while I wasn't looking and eaten it. It must have been pretty tasty as fur and some bones are the only thing left.
     
  7. oldhammy1

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    Fondu

    I was planning on a cheese fondu for the tenderloins, but it's the ribs and chops that I can't quite nail down a recipe for. Maybe chili????
     
  8. Hardcorehunter

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    Man you are tougher than me!!! No way in hell that I would eat a 'yote.:eek:
     
  9. Olys45

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    +1 there one-shot-one!

    I'd never even think of eating one of those disgusting creatures... The hide is about the only good thing on them!
     
  10. AzDryHeat

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    One Word, Ketchup!

    Hammy,

    Just use a whole lot of Ketchup and you'll be fine...:)
     
  11. oldhammy1

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    Why not?

    Why not eat coyote? Everyone told me how awful, stinky, vile, repulsive, nasty, and gut wrenching eating Javelina is. It turns out that it is extremely tasty, if cleaned right and cooked right. My buddy made them into tamales, and yuuuuummmyyyy!! I found that most who thought javelina was awful, had never had it. So all you who are telling me how bad coyote is, have YOU tasted it?
     
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    When in Korea, and any other cullure I visit for that matter, I like to try to local customs and cullinary flavors. Along with the Soju, we went out and tried dog. It was ok, ours was slow cooked over a grill that resembled an Habatchi grill, marinated with some fruit based glaze then rolled in cabage leaves with steamed-white rice.

    I found it edible, not my favorite, but not the worst thing I have ever had. Even found it more desireable than T rats.

    I can't say I have ever tried yote, but it can't be much worse.
     
  13. ~z

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    Must admit...yes, I have tried it and no, its not terrible. Every species I have shot I have at least eaten once. Prairie dogs and buzzards are at the very bottom of my list. By comparison, coyote is excellent. I have no earth shattering recipes to offer, treat it like meat (put it on the grill). If it doesn’t taste good to you that way, have your buddy turn them into tamales. Everything tastes good when it becomes tamales. If you are up for a culinary experience, try skunk. You will be surprised how good skunk is, seriously! Now cleaning it on the other hand, that aint a lot of fun, however if you shoot them properly (no spray) it is only a moderate bother. Best to goad a friend into it, “Hey, if you clean that skunk, I’ll eat it”, seems to work in my experience.
    ~z
     
  14. oldhammy1

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    Your the man!!!!

    ~z,

    I have to admit that you win "The Man" award. I can't tell you how much respect I have for a hunter that will go to the lengths you have to sample your animals. Funny how so many others will tell you how repulsive something is, when they haven't even tried it. You da man!!!

    Hammy
     
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    Skin a few that have had their chest cavity turned into jelly from a soft point .223 bullet and see if you still have an appetite. Or better yet, get a skinnny mangy flea and tick covered one in the dead heat of summer. Folks ask me often what I do with dead coyotes, My answer "absoultely nothing."
    rk
     
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    Let me consult my ACME cookbook...

    Take 2 rocket skates, 50lbs of ACME brand TNT, 1 large boulder, add 2 earthquake pills, and shake vigorously. Garnish, and serve on a with a Mack truck grille.:D

    Sorry, I just couldn’t resist.
     
  17. Carl N. Brown

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    I do not eat scavengers. Neither buzzard not coyote.
    Squirrel after first frost, fine. Meat eaters: no predators
    either.
     
  18. ~z

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    I'd have to agree that eating scavengers may not be the best idea ever but I just felt that I should at least try everything at least once. In many cases once is definitely enough. Hammy, thanks for the compliment, the one piece of advice I’d pass you is COOK THOUROUGHLY!! But honestly, you never know till you try. How tough (or hungry) do you think the first guy to eat an oyster was? A rock with some goop in the middle? But dang they are good!
    Roadkill, I’d wager you have made jelly donuts out of some deer too and didn’t loose an appetite (or at least still ate it). But Hammy, don’t let your first plate full come off of one of those “skinny mangy flea and tick covered one in the dead heat of summer” that just don’t sound appetizing.
    ~z
     
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    I am impressed with your adherence to your ethics.


    +1

    Charles
     
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    :barf:

    :D
     
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    ~Z, a man's man. You should be on a beer commercial.

    By the way, was beer involved when you ate a buzzard!? :D
     
  22. ~z

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    Only to cleanse the palate or is it pallet. That one I’m not very proud of, it was a long time ago, many many beers ago.
    ~z
     
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    +1

    Good thing I was not drinking anything at the time I read that!
     
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    Please tell us how it turns out.

    I was considering this too, but we did not get any last weekend for I'm new to calling....translation, lousy.

    I thought about it, but i think I'd rather harvest the pelt than eat the critter. But hey, it might be worth a try. I suspect I'd marinate it a long, long time and cook it thoroughly.
     
  25. oldhammy1

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    Coyote Cheese Fondu, with Freinds!!!

    I'm telling you, cheese fondu! Have some of your high end friends over. Prepare a plethora of scrumptious cuts of veal, chicken, etc. Add a little pile of coyote tenderloins. No one will know. Just be aware of the coyote meat you are personally eating. If you use a fairly strong cheese recipe, you can get the meat in your stomach without it ever touching your taste buds. Therefore you kill two birds with one stone. First, you pay homage to the animal you took the previous day. Second, you get to watch your friends squirm and try to swallow the meat you have prepared for them. It sounds a little mean, but will provide a good story at future late night campfires. If you have any decency at all though, just leave the friends out of it, and try the fondu yourself.
     
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