Fried Beaver Tail

INGREDIENTS: * 2 beaver tails * 1cup vinegar * 1.5tbsp salt * 2 tsp baking soda * .25cup flour * .25cup butter * .25tsp black pepper * .25cup cooking wine or sherry * 1tsp dry mustard * 1tsp sugar * .25tsp garlic salt * 1tbsp Worcestershire Sauce DIRECTIONS: 1. Skin beaver tails, clean thoroughly and wash in a solution of salt water. 2. Soak tails overnight, covered in a brine of cold water, 1.5cup vinegar and 1tbsp of salt water. 3. Remove from brine and wash beaver tails. 4. Cover meat with a solution of 2tsp baking soda dissolved in 2quarts of water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 10 minutes. Drain. 5. Cover beaver tails with seasoned flour on all sides. 6. Melt butter in a frying pan and sauté beaver tails at low heat until tender. 7. Mix wine or sherry with mustard, sugar, garlic salt, and Worcestershire sauce. 8. Add this mixture to beaver tails and simmer for 10 minutes, basting often.



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