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Relax this Thanksgiving with our easy crock-pot nutria recipe!

Plump Nutria for Thanksgiving
This plump boy is going in our crock pot this Thanksgiving.

Are you tired of turkey every Thanksgiving? Has cooking a ham gotten old? Is your family burned out on Turducken? Don’t serve them anything that has “turd-” in it this holiday, not when you have this easy crock pot nutria recipe! It’s as easy as nutria pot pie. All you have to do is go to your nearest bayou or swamp, pop a fat nutria with your .22 rifle, and skin that bad boy. Now you’re on your way to wowing your entire family this Turkey Day! Let the good times roll!

1 big ol’ fat Nutria
1 small onion, sliced thin like dat
1 tomato, cut into big wedges, sha
2 potatoes, sliced thin-thin
2 carrots, sliced thin-thin
8 mirliton
1/2 cup box wine
1 cup swamp water
2 teaspoons chopped garlic
Salt and pepper to taste
1 teaspoon of Beazell’s Cajun Seasoning
1 cup demi-glace (optional)

Layer onion, tomato, potatoes, carrots and mirliton in ya crockpot. Season nutria with salt, pepper and garlic, and place nutria over vegetables. Add  box wine and water, set crock-pot on low and let cook until meat is tender (approximately 1-1/2 hours). Garnish with vegetables and demi-glace. Makes four servings!

Please see Nutria for Human Consumption for more delicious nutria recipes including: smothered nutria, nutria chili, nutria pot pie, nutria ratatouille, nutria and andouille gumbo, nutria sliders, nutria sauce piquante, nutria etouffee, etc. Bone apple tea!

All that we ask is that we all talk to Meemaw before this Thanksgiving and ensure that she’s not putting tomatoes in the gumbo again, as it landed her in jail last time!

Meemaw is in the big house
Grandma landed herself in again, this time for putting tomatoes in the damn gumbo. Family is irate.