Northern-Fried Woodchuck

INGREDIENTS: * 1 woodchuck * 1tbsp salt * 1cup flour * 4tbsp butter * 1/2tsp salt * 1/4tsp pepper * 1tbsp onion salt * 3 tsp assorted secret ingredients (your secret - you choose!) DIRECTIONS: 1. Skin & clean woodchuck, remove scent glands and cut into 6 or 7 pieces. 2. Put meat in a large pot, add 1tbsp salt and enough water to cover. Boil for 1 hour. 3. Remove meet from broth and drain well. 4. Place 1/2tsp salt, pepper, onion salt,flour and secret spices in bag and drop in meat pieces one at a time to cover with batter mix. 5. Melt the butter in a frying pan and sauté the woodchuck pieces until nicely browned.



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