If you are a Taco Bell fan you have to try this Venison Crunchwrap recipe!
Taco Bell is honestly my favorite fast-food restaurant. Where else can you get ridiculously full with like only $5?? For most of my life I had my Taco Bell order locked and loaded and ready to go (chicken quesadilla, bean burrito, and spicy potato soft taco) until I met my husband. He loves the boxes they make and especially the cravings box they do with the Crunchwrap supreme. I copied him one time and I was hooked. Crunchwrap supremes are to die for! I even get them vegetarian with black beans if I am trying to be a little less unhealthy lol.
I’ve been dying to make my own venison version basically since I started this website, but I never had any venison to work with. Now that I have some axis deer, I was finally able to do it! I used my LEM Big Bite #8 Meat Grinder to grind the axis deer into ground venison for my recipe and used the LEM MaxVac 250 Vacuum Sealer to store some of the extra ground venison for later fun recipes!
It turned out great! Honestly axis deer is so mild that if you gave this Crunchwrap to some random person on the street there is almost no chance they’d know it’s venison. With archery deer season having started in most states, those empty freezers should be getting full soon. Give this recipe a try with some of that grind you don’t know what to do with and let me know how it goes in the comments! If you guys and girls like it, I might do a whole taco bell series with some wild game flair! But until then I hope you ENJOY this recipe!
Flip and brown the other side and ENJOY!!
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Assembly Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Serving: 6 crunchwraps
To adjusting the serving size and ingredients accordingly, check out this recipe on Sophie's website and many others.
Hi y’all! My name is Sophie Milich May (@wifeofahuntercooks) and I live in Texas. I grew up around hunting with my father and Poppy both going as often as they could. I have even had the fortune to go deer hunting and dove hunting. A year ago I married my husband and he slid right into the family, hunting just as often. He is more adventurous and has had the opportunity to go alligator hunting and brings in the occasional squirrel. Since we have so much game in our freezer AND I absolutely love to cook, I figured I would start a blog of recipes to help others navigate the world of game. The goal is to one day make a cookbook so all of my recipes are easy to access, but, in the meantime, ENJOY!