Meanwhile back at the SayersBrook Bison Ranch…..WILD BOAR RAGOUT

August 5, 2017 at 5:12 AM | Posted in SayersBrook Ranch | Leave a comment
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This week from the SayersBrook Bison Ranch is a recipe for WILD BOAR RAGOUT. Made with SayersBrook Wild Boar Stew Meat. The Wild Boar Stew Meat is just one of a wide assortment of meat that you can purchase on the SayersBrook website ( You’ll be able to choose from Bison, Elk, Wild Boar, Ostrich, Rabbit, Duck, and more! Plus don’t forget to check out all their delicious recipe. Now on to the recipe and a link to purchase the Wild Boar Stew Meat. Enjoy and Eat Healthy!


A dish that takes a little time to prepare but is well worth it. The thing about wild boar is that it loves wine and spirits! Generally it is a good idea to marinate wild boar meat for no more than 12 hours and not less than 2 hours. You can use wine, apple juice, vinaigrette or anything acidic since it is a good tenderizer if you don’t want to use wine.


1½ wild boar meat, cubed
Salt and pepper
1 cup red wine
3 onions, quartered
3 cloves garlic, peeled
2 sprigs of thyme
2 bay leaves
3 whole cloves
A few peppercorns, crushed
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 small glass Armagnac or Cognac
3 tbs butter
2 tablespoons flour


1 – Season the meat with salt and pepper.
2 – Put the meat into a deep bowl and pour over the wine.
3 – Add the onions, herbs, and spices and stir everything together. The marinade should cover the meat.
4 – Cover the dish and place it in the fridge for at least 2 hours and up to 12. Then remove the meat, drain, and pat dry with kitchen towels.
5 – Heat the olive oil in a large flameproof casserole and brown the meat on all sides.
6 – Remove the meat and add the strained marinade and alcohol to the pan.
7 – Put in the meat. Cook gently for 1-3 hours.
8 – Melt the butter and mix in the flour to form a paste.
9 – Stir in a little of the marinade liquid, then add to the casserole, stirring all the time.
10 – Simmer for a few minutes until thickened and serve with potatoes and vegetables.
This is a dish that takes a bit of time to make. You have to remember to marinate the wild boar, so take that into consideration. This is a lovely dish to serve to family and friends.


Wild Boar Stew Meat
Sayersbrook wild boar stew meat comes from free foraging animals. It has no additives, chemicals or preservatives of any kind. All natural, organic, no gluten or MSG. There’s nothing like a delicious wild boar stew to warm you up on those cold winter nights. You’ll want some crusty bread to go with it, as you will find yourself wanting to clean up your bowl and soak up the juices.

The meat is not gamey tasting, is darker in color with a distinct, with a flavorful taste. Wild boar is not prone to illness or disease. It is increasingly sought after by chefs and consumers looking for a unique flavor. although you may expect it to resemble pork wild boar is a dark red meat. Unlike its domestic cousin, wild boar is also very lean and low in cholesterol. Wild boar is an easy alternative to beef and pork for those who want food that is good for them without sacrficing taste and quality



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