Crock-pot Elk Bourguignon



I am blessed to be able to cook with elk meat multiple times a week. Finding recipes with amazing flavor and adapting them to the elk meat is one of my favorite ways to keep it fresh and new. This week I found the ingredients available for this version of stew and the result was incredible flavor and tenderness. I will be making it again.


Elk Roast

Fresh Thyme

2 C. Red Wine

2 C. Beef Broth

2 T. Tomato Paste

Flour-for dredging



1 Medium Onion Chopped

4 Cloves Minced Garlic

3 Large Carrots Chunked

6 Small Potatoes Quartered

Splash of Red Wine Vinegar


Trim and cut the roast into bite-sized chunks. Coat with flour, salt and pepper. Sear in a hot pan until browned then transfer into your crock-pot.


Place the wine, beef broth and tomato paste into the pan and stir and scrape the steak drippings into the sauce until well combined.


Tie all the fresh thyme into a bundle with cotton string or one of the sprigs of thyme and place it onto the meat.


Add the prepared onion, garlic, carrots and potatoes to the crock-pot. Pour the sauce into the crock and stir it up. Cover and cook on low 6-8 hours or on high 5-6 hours or until the veggies are soft and the meat is tender.


When finished cooking stir in a splash of red wine vinegar before serving. Additional salt and pepper may be added to taste.



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