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Category: I'm Feeling Crazy
Rating: 4.50
Contributor: dwg
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Newfoundland Squirrel Patties
3 squirrels
1 cup grated potatoes
1 medium to large onion, minced
1 tbl catsup
2 tbls fine dry breadcrumbs
1 egg
salt and black pepper to taste



Skin, gut and cut up the squirrels. Put them in a pot of salted water and boil them. reduce the heat and let 'em simmer for an hour or until the meat is tender and can be easily removed from the bone. Cut the meat into small pieces. Put it in a bowl and add in the other ingredients and mix in a little bacon grease. Then make patties out of the mix and fry them in bacon grease until golden brown. You can vary the recipe. I think it tastes better with chives instead of minced onion or no onion at all. Serve with greens, beans or whatever suits you. Yummmmmmy!!!
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