Country Style Beaver

INGREDIENTS: * 2-3 lbs beaver steaks 1/2 inch thick * Bacon grease * 2 cups flour * 1 tsp salt * 1 tsp pepper * 2 medium onions, diced * 1 can cream of mushroom soup * 1 can or 1/2 lb mushrooms DIRECTIONS: 1. Combine flour, salt and pepper in a zip-lock bag or 2 quart plastic container and shake until mixed. 2. Add beaver and shake until well coated. Save remaining flour. 3. Melt enough bacon grease in the bottom of a fry pan to sauté onions and beaver. Sauté onions and floured beaver in bacon grease, adding more grease as needed. 4. Place beaver aside. 5. Combine soup and mushrooms in frying pan. 6. Dissolve 2 to 3 heaping tbsp of seasoned flour in 2 cups cold water. Add to soup mix and simmer 5 minutes. 7. Add beaver and onions to mix and simmer covered for 30 minutes.



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