Stuffed Squirrel

INGREDIENTS: * 2 squirrels, skinned & eviscerated, but still in one piece * 2/3cup vegetable oil * 1/2cup vinegar or lemon juice * 2.5cups dry bread crumbs * 1/2tsp salt * 1/4tsp pepper * 1 medium onion, chopped * 1/2cup milk * 1/2cup butter, melted DIRECTIONS: 1. Prepare squirrel carcasses as outlined in ingredients. 2. Marinate squirrels for 3hours in a mixture of the vegetable oil and vinegar or lemon juice. 3. Mix breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, and chopped onion. add just enough milk to moisten the stuffing. 4. Fill squirrels with stuffing mixture and close the openings 5. Place squirrels in uncovered roasting pan and baste with butter. 6. Roast at 375F for 1.5 - 2 hours or until tender. * Baste every 15 minutes during cooking.



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