I had raw leftovers from the meatloaf stuffed fry bread. So. I had about 2 cups of venison burger infused with an egg, minced onion, peas, carrots, pepper, celery.
In the spirit of being creative, I substituted the venison mixture for the chicken in a Chicken a la King recipe I have.
I also had a partial jar of nacho cheese sauce for dipping chips.
Sauteed in butter:
- venison burger
- peas and carrots
- cheese sauce
- 1/4 tesapoon garlic
Mixed together to pour over meat mixture:
- chicken and rice soup mix
- cream of mushroom soup
- water from draining mushrooms
For the topping:
- shredded cheese
After the vegetables are cooked with the venison, and the soup mixture is mixed in, it is poured into a baking dish and the biscuits are placed on top. A bit of shredded cheese sprinkled on top of biscuits.
375 oven for 17 - 26 minutes. I didn't watch mine and the cheese got a little dry.
A little flour is mixed into the meat mixture. It helps to bind with the juices to make a slight gravy.
Add Flour into Meat Mixture
I mixed some chicken and rice soup, cream of mushroom, nacho cheese sauce, milk, water from mushrooms, together and poured that over meat mixture.
Warm up soup mix and meat mixture on stovetop while oven is heating up.
As I think this over, I maybe should have reduced the oven temperature for taller biscuits. Instead of 375, I should have gone with 325.
I used a baking dish. Poured my hot mixture in the dish. Added biscuits. Sprinkled cheese on top of biscuits.
Put baking dish on a flat pan to catch drip overs.
375 for 20 minutes. Probably until golden brown.
Need to check for browning.