Ground Venison Soup

Venison Soup Recipe with Broth

Ground Venison Soup

This is an easy ground venison soup recipe to make (or a great recipe for canning) utilizing deer meat, vegetables, broth, and seasoning. Partnered with homemade rolls, venison soup is a quick and delicious soup dinner ready in 30-45 minutes.

Wild Game Venison Stew with Vegetables

This vegetable soup works well with any wild game meat including ground deer, ground venison, and ground beef. I haven’t tried ground turkey or pork, but I imagine it would also taste great. (Please let us know in the comments!)

Health Benefits of Venison & Vegetable Soup

There are a number of ingredients in this recipe that can be easily grown yourself. Homegrown vegetables have no added preservatives and pesticides, in addition to a number of health benefits over store bought. Studies have also shown that children who grow up with a garden eat more vegetables, are more physically active, and have improved long-term health. Another study in the UK shows that 1 out of 5 kids eat virtually no fresh fruit or vegetables, and 3 out of 5 kids do not eat leafy vegetables. (Another great reason to start growing your own fruits and veggies!)

Venison Hamburger Soup Ingredients

  • Ground venison – wild game meat reduces the risk for cancer and chronic inflammatory diseases like cardiovascular, diabetes, COPD, arthritis, psoriasis, etc.
  • Onion – one of the easiest vegetables to grow from starts or scraps
  • Garlic – a “plant it and forget it” vegetable that can be planted in the fall from cloves in your fridge
  • Diced potatoes – harvesting potatoes is a lot easier with these potato grow bags (Amazon affiliate link)
  • Beef broth (or venison broth) – canning your own chicken, beef, or deer broth is cheap and easy! Check back later for some of our favorite canning recipes.
  • Diced tomatoes – there are thousands of varieties of tomatoes available for you to grow your own
  • Diced carrots – can be grown in containers, and can be stored in your fridge for months!
  • Peas – one of the first crops you’ll get in the spring, and a second crop can be grown for fall
  • Corn – there is a new variety that can be grown in containers
  • Green beans – once established, they produce fresh green beans continuously all summer
  • Parsley – plant in a container, and bring it in during the winter for fresh parsley all year
  • Basil – plant in a container, and bring it in during the winter for fresh basil all year
  • Salt and pepper
  • Tomato Soup – check back later for a homemade recipe!

Equipment Needed to Make Ground Venison Soup with Vegetables

The best thing about venison vegetable soup is that it is a one-pot meal. I use my favorite dutch oven pot to cook the ground meat, then dump in the broth and vegetables, and simmer with the lid for a bit.

Ground Venison Soup

Ground Venison Soup

An easy hamburger soup to make (or great recipe for canning) utilizing deer meat, vegetables, broth, and seasoning. Partnered with homemade rolls, for a quick and delicious soup dinner ready in 30-45 minutes.
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Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Course Main Course
Cuisine American
Servings 4 adults
Calories 210 kcal

Equipment

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1 Dutch Oven or large stock pot

Ingredients
  

  • 1 pound ground venison
  • ½ cup minced or finely diced onion
  • 2 cloves minced garlic
  • 2 cups diced potatoes
  • 4 cups beef broth (or deer broth)
  • 1 can condensed tomato soup
  • 1 can diced tomatoes (or 1½ cups freshly diced tomatoes)
  • 16 oz bag of frozen vegetables (or use 2 cups per 1x batch of a combination of green beans, diced carrots, peas, and corn (about ½ of each vegetable per 1x batch))
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 teaspoon dried parsley (or 1 Tablespoon of fresh parsley per 1x batch)
  • ½ teaspoon dried basil (or 1½ teaspoon of fresh basil per 1 x batch)
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • ½ teaspoon pepper

Instructions
 

  • In a dutch oven, brown the ground venison, onion, and garlic, breaking meat into crumbles.
    1 pound ground venison, ½ cup minced or finely diced onion, 2 cloves minced garlic
  • While the ground meat is defrosting and cooking, dice the potatoes and fresh vegetables (frozen vegetables are usually already cut up).
    2 cups diced potatoes
  • When the meat is cooked, add beef stock, tomato soup, Worcestershire, seasonings, and vegetables. Stir well, and bring to a boil.
    2 cups diced potatoes, 4 cups beef broth, 1 can condensed tomato soup, 1 can diced tomatoes, 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, 1 teaspoon dried parsley, ½ teaspoon dried basil, 1 teaspoon salt, ½ teaspoon pepper, 16 oz bag of frozen vegetables
  • Simmer in a covered pot for 30 minutes or more to combine the flavors.
  • Enjoy!

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Ground Venison Soup
Serving Size
 
2 Cups
Amount per Serving
Calories
210
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
2.7
g
4
%
Polyunsaturated Fat
 
0.1
g
Monounsaturated Fat
 
0.1
g
Cholesterol
 
63.5
mg
21
%
Sodium
 
259
mg
11
%
Potassium
 
407
mg
12
%
Carbohydrates
 
20.6
g
7
%
Fiber
 
2.4
g
10
%
Sugar
 
6
g
7
%
Protein
 
20.9
g
42
%
Vitamin A
 
462
IU
9
%
Vitamin C
 
23.76
mg
29
%
Calcium
 
37.7
mg
4
%
Iron
 
0.864
mg
5
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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5 thoughts on “Venison Soup Recipe with Broth”

  1. 5 stars
    This recipe is amazing! I canned a bunch of pints to take to work for lunches. Most of the ingredients came from my garden, which makes things taste better (and healthier).

    1. I don’t drain my home-canned tomatoes, unless it is a batch with a LOT of liquid in them. I don’t think store bought canned tomatoes have much liquid, so draining isn’t necessary.