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Old 08-07-2007, 05:52 PM   #1
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Default How do you like to eat deer meat?

I was wondering how ya'll like your deer meat fixed up. I would like to hear some of your recipes.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:55 PM   #2
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The common fried steaks and deer chilli are among my favorites.
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Old 08-07-2007, 05:57 PM   #3
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Marinade in Italian dressing, then place on super hot grill.
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I tear open the abdomen, thrust my head deep within, and gorge on the steaming entrails. MMMMMmmmm.
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I soak all my back straps and tenderloins in italian dressing overnight.
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:54 PM   #7
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There's a recipe i just brought back to the top with pic's of how i grillem!
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I like the usual stuff, Burgers , chili, and steaks. I also like to eat the heart and liver.

The first thing I eat is the tenderloin. I pull them out as soon as I get the deer hung up, and throw them on a hot grill. Me and some buddys cut up the deer and eat straps and loins while cuttin up our deer.

I also turn more than half of my deer into jerky.
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Sirfry heart and kidneys
shish-ka-bob the backstraps
stew the neckbones and ribs
steak the hams
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Old 08-07-2007, 08:26 PM   #10
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cut into strips, wrap around a jalapeno, then wrap that with bacon and put them in foil on the pit and let cook......
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I tear open the abdomen, thrust my head deep within, and gorge on the steaming entrails. MMMMMmmmm.

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well to start I like to make jerky and summer sausage out of them. Back straps fried w/ some bacon grease and onions and coveredw/ a little flour. grind some into burger for chili and strogenough. Also, I like to filet a steak down the middle. But not all the way through. stuff it with onions, green peppers and fresh mush rooms and some monterey jack cheese. marinate the steaks in some worshteshire sauce. and grill till the meat is just a little pink in the middle. also, like to make kabab's with small pieces w/ vegee's and soaked in tereyaki sauce.
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Tenderloins get grilled

the rest of the deer gets thrown on a spit and cooked over a fire for a few hours!

Other then that, I pretty much replace ground beef w/ venison in everything, tacos, spaghetti sauce, burgers,... etc
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Up here in canada, we just keep the deer hung skinned in the garage.. and rip a peice of flesh off when we are hungry.
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Inject a roast with Cajun Injector Creole butter, put southwest rub on the outside and throw on the rotisserie. Garaunteed favorite
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Try this marinade:
2 teaspoons of Montreal steak seasoning
3 teaspoons of soy sauce
1/8-1/4 cup of olive oil

Mix ingredients together and pour on steaks, straps, ect. Refridgerate for 30 minutes then throw them on the grill. Watch out for the flames from the olive oil. I have turned on so many people to venison with that recipe, even the ones that tried venison before and said they would never eat it again because of the gamey taste....By the way, the smell that comes from the grill while they are cooking is incredible!

That's enough marinade for 2 steaks..
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Tenderloin and Steaks onthe grill. The rest gets turned into burger.
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Tenderloins grilled for sure...

Another good thing is to put a nice deer roast, maybe 1-1/2 to 2 pounds, in a crock pot and add McCormick Au-Jus mix/water, black pepper, Italian seasoning and Gardeniera pepper mix and let it cook on low for hours. Slice it or shred it and put on French/Italian bread. Top with a slice or two of provolone cheese...

Excellent Italian style meat for sandwiches.

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Old 08-09-2007, 08:34 PM   #20
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Thin sliced backstrap, in sauted onions, peppers and mushrooms!!!! YUMMY!!!!
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I like mine Medium

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