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Parisa! Have you tried it? #8521673 02/03/22 06:21 PM
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One of my favorite Alsatian dishes that I prepare regularly for my hunters or at home, as the kids love it as well. I've really grown to love it most with Nilgai, Axis and Whitetail. I steer away from the Cervinae family of deer because of the richer iron taste. Cleanliness in the field butchery of the animal is always paramount, but especially important when considering eating raw meat. Knives, cutting boards and hand towels should be freshly cleaned.

Texture is extremely important in this dish. If you find a butcher shop that sells Parisa, they will most likely grind the meat on the finest plate. However, for home cooks, you've probably got a freezer full of 1lb. packages of deer hamburger. For this recipe [and all of my Parisa dishes] I start with a 1lb package of hamburger grind, but it is pure venison without pork or beef additive.

Ingredients:
1lb of hamburger ground venison, no additive OR 90/10 ground beef
1/4 cup of shredded mild cheddar or mexican blend cheese
1/2 jalapeño, deseeded, finely minced (optional)
1/8th cup fine chopped cilantro
1 clove garlic, finely minced
1 green onion, finely chopped top to bottom
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1 tbsp. onion powder
1 tbsp. garlic powder
1 tbsp. medium ground pepper
1 tbsp. sea salt
2 tbsp. neutral oil (canola)
1 large lime, squeezed
3 tbsp. Sriracha sauce (optional, but so dang good)

Do all of your vegetable cutting and cheese grating first, trying to achieve a consistency in the size with all the products. Place into a medium sized bowl. Blend lightly. Do not add spices or lime juice to vegetable mix. Place your hamburger meat on the cutting board and spread into a pancake sized shape. Add lime juice, oil and spices across the meat. Now use your knife and rough chop the meat vigorously, while folding and smearing the meat against the cutting board with the body of your chef knife. Doing this will take the meat from a hamburger grind to a mince grind. The smearing will help break the fibrous muscle texture into a silkier consistency. I typically will work the meat in this fashion for a few minutes. You want texture in the final result, so don't work it until its smooth like a paste.

Combine all ingredients into one bowl and fold together. I recommend adding the sriracha at this stage. As you fold everything together the acid in the lime juice will begin to turn the meat a tint of grey. Taste and adjust seasonings as preferred.

I serve this right away, as I like the fresher taste. However, some people prefer to wrap it with film and allow it to self cook and marinade in the fridge for at least an hour before serving. In my house, it wouldn't last an hour.

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Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: RobertY] #8521687 02/03/22 06:29 PM
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Never have, but would love to try.

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Gonna have to try. This kinda reminds me of steak tartare...which I love when it is made right!


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Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: unclebubba] #8521697 02/03/22 06:41 PM
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Originally Posted by unclebubba
Gonna have to try. This kinda reminds me of steak tartare...which I love when it is made right!


Its the redneck steak tartare! I promise you'll love it. The sriracha gives that little vinegar kick you get from a proper tartare. Serve it at the super bowl party and dont tell anyone theyre eating raw meat till its all gone. They wont believe you!

Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: skinnerback] #8521830 02/03/22 08:37 PM
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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Never have, but would love to try.


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Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: RobertY] #8521837 02/03/22 08:41 PM
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Hell yeah, I like Dzuik's the best, seems like Medina, Castroville, Hondo, and D'Hanis are the only areas to get it at.


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I have eaten a lot of it on the Holiday's when I lived in Hondo area. The best was a little mom and pop market north of HWY 90 IIRC it was Alvarez Food Mart. It was just west of FM 462.


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Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: RobertY] #8522088 02/04/22 12:27 AM
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I would try it!


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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Never have, but would love to try.

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Re: Parisa! Have you tried it? [Re: RobertY] #8522425 02/04/22 01:15 PM
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Never tried it bet it's good. The picture makes it look like a jacked up hamburger patty ready to cook.


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Originally Posted by Herbie Hancock
Hell yeah, I like Dzuik's the best, seems like Medina, Castroville, Hondo, and D'Hanis are the only areas to get it at.


Country Mart in D'hanis. It's an itty bitty store with a tiny butcher shop in back. Maybe going to Rio Frio this weekend and if so, will get one pound for myself, two pounds or Wolfie and one for Lick. This is really schmeck gute stuff.

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Hell yeah, I like Dzuik's the best, seems like Medina, Castroville, Hondo, and D'Hanis are the only areas to get it at.


Country Mart in D'hanis. It's an itty bitty store with a tiny butcher shop in back. Maybe going to Rio Frio this weekend and if so, will get one pound for myself, two pounds or Wolfie and one for Lick. This is really schmeck gute stuff.


Yeah, my buddy and I were talking about that place as we blew through there last weekend. He thinks it's better than Dzuik's, so to test it out we just kept driving!!


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it is really hard to drive by Country Mart in D'Hanis without stopping to get some of their "award winning" parisa. Don't even need crackers.

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
it is really hard to drive by Country Mart in D'Hanis without stopping to get some of their "award winning" parisa. Don't even need crackers.

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Yeah, but the crackers make it fancy!


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