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BBQ haunch of Muntjac venison with spicy green tomato salsa

BBQ haunch of Muntjac venison with spicy green tomato salsa

Muntjac are my favourite deer to stalk and cook.  An invasive species, like the grey squirrel or signal crayfish,  they were  brought over from the Indian subcontinent by the Duke of Bedford at Woburn Abbey.  Little did he know the damage they would cause to our native flora 100 years later.  Due to their tropical origins, they have yet to acclimate to a temperate climate with different seasons. As such, the Doe will breed all year round, first becoming fertile at only 7 months old.  They are ready to conceive again a mere few days after giving birth, spreading thoughout the countryside like wildfire

6 garlic cloves, still in the skin

1 tablespoon of capers

1 jar of green tomatillos ( I like ‘La Costena’ brand)

1 red onion

Sugar and salt to taste

Juice of 2 limes

Enough small spicy chillies to taste

Coriander to taste

In a sheet of silver foil put your garlic, tomatillos, red onion (peeled and quartered) and chillies together. Wrap loosely and place on the BBQ grill until everything is soft and browning. Remove, and place the chillies and garlic in a zip lock bag and leave them to steam, until you can safely and easily peel the skin off both. Transfer the peeled chilli, garlic, and everything else to a processor and pulse into a rough paste. Add your coriander, sugar and salt bit by bit in between pulses until you are happy with the taste.

When satisfied, transfer to a saucepan and with ½ a cup of chicken broth or water, add the lime juice and reduce over low heat until you have a nice thick consistency.

Season your Muntjac haunch liberally with salt and pepper and grill till pink in the middle.  Brush with butter while cooking to prevent it from from drying out. Slice and serve with the salsa verde.

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