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Old August 22nd, 2012, 11:19 AM   #1
 
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Favorite Venison Dish

Hunting season is getting close... Whats your favorite way to eat venison? Roast, steak, sausage... for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack?




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Old August 22nd, 2012, 11:25 AM   #2
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I just cooked some up Monday night. Country fried with rice and gravy.


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Love a pan fried Venision steak.
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No photo, sorry ! I ate the evidence.

We really like the Backstraps grilled (medium/ medium rare) over wood fire, then sliced into 1/2 inch thick 'medallions'. served with Rice or Mashed Potato and a brown gravy.

That CFS Venison of J-19's up above looks really good also.
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My sister cooks them like chicken fingers with BBQ dipping sauce for the Superbowl it was pretty good.
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Dont eat much since I rarely hunt but my parents gave me some deer ribs and I threw it in the crock pot with a bottle of bbq sauce and it turned out great!
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I like venison steak fried and with brown gravy made with some of the blood as stock. I will not unlike my wife's uncle eat the liver sa soon as I shoot eh deer at body temperature.
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Don't doctor it much except my wife will take a roast and slow cook in a crock pot with mushroom soap and potato's, onions, carrots and spices. When I was in the working world we would have an office luncheon before the Christmas holidays. I used to take a quarter off a smaller deer and slow roast it all morning until the meat falls off the bones in a homemade BBQ sauce. I would bring it in all ready to cook in one of the portable roasting ovens and turn it on in the conference room so everyone that walked by would get a whiff of the aroma as it cooked. At noontime we would break for lunch and all the venison haters would usually come back for a second helping.
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Backstraps and steaks pan fried fast with mushrooms,onions and some green peppers.
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Don't doctor it much except my wife will take a roast and slow cook in a crock pot with mushroom soap and potato's, onions, carrots and spices. When I was in the working world we would have an office luncheon before the Christmas holidays. I used to take a quarter off a smaller deer and slow roast it all morning until the meat falls off the bones in a homemade BBQ sauce. I would bring it in all ready to cook in one of the portable roasting ovens and turn it on in the conference room so everyone that walked by would get a whiff of the aroma as it cooked. At noontime we would break for lunch and all the venison haters would usually come back for a second helping.
Crock pot but with golden mushroom soup then served over rice. Fooled many a non-venison eater with that one. Having some tomorrow.
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Back strap or loin, floured and fried nice and brown. Gravey from the drippings with mash taters and green peas.

That is my favorite birthday meal or really if there is gravey and mashed taters, just about any time is fine!!!!!!

Already have elk backstrap and loin in the freezer from an early hunt, and hope to add a couple deer come October and November.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm GOOD!

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My Mom used to make a venison apple stew. It was pretty amazing.
As near as I can tell this recipe comes close, but Mom says she uses real slices of apple as well. Perfect fall harvest/hunt food

Apple Cider Venison Stew – The Perfect Fall Venison Recipe | Wired To Hunt
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Back strap or loin, floured and fried nice and brown. Gravey from the drippings with mash taters and green peas.

That is my favorite birthday meal or really if there is gravey and mashed taters, just about any time is fine!!!!!!

Already have elk backstrap and loin in the freezer from an early hunt, and hope to add a couple deer come October and November.

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm GOOD!

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Backstraps cut into cubes, merinade in terriaki, and slow grilled. That's my favorite, but I've not met a venison dish I disliked (unless it was overcooked of course).
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