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Old 12-28-2013, 08:48 PM   #1
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Friend gave me some venison. Got a great recipe?
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Old 12-28-2013, 08:51 PM   #2
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Friend gave me some venison. Got a great recipe?
Not that I will have the answer, but what cuts do you have?

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Several pieces about 8oz. Chunk of meat, no bone. Not sure of specific cut.

I grilled them last year. I'd rather cook inside this time.
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


Heat it up and feed it to the dog, there is so much good meat out there like pork or beef
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


If you aren't on a diet:

Chicken Fried.

Soak them in milk in the fridge for a day, or freeze them in salt water.

Then double batter them with flour. Milk, egg, flour. Repeat.

Pan fry that chit southern style in grease.

Make some country gravy (I don't know how, I sub that out. My mom first then my wife)

make some fried red patatoes.

Make some buttermilk biscuits (sub it out, I don't know)

Enjoy.
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


Or make burgers out of it.

or grill it. It's all good.
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Forgot. Cut it pretty thin, beat it flat with a meat mallet.
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


I like the southern way Jaws mentioned. But also like to slice it thin, marinate in Jamaican jerk and then grill it.
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Beef....its what's for dinner.
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If you aren't on a diet:

Chicken Fried.

Soak them in milk in the fridge for a day, or freeze them in salt water.

Then double batter them with flour. Milk, egg, flour. Repeat.

Pan fry that chit southern style in grease.

Make some country gravy (I don't know how, I sub that out. My mom first then my wife)

make some fried red patatoes.

Make some buttermilk biscuits (sub it out, I don't know)

Enjoy.
Subbin' it out huh. Lmao
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Subbin' it out huh. Lmao
My wife still laughs her azz off every time isay "iI sub that out"
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Seriousley though....bbq the ribs, make some burger, and make some stew meat.

Backstraps are overrated in my book.

Honestly I've always wanted to turn a whole deer into jerky/ meat snacks
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My wife still laughs her azz off every time isay "iI sub that out"
I will forever laugh now when I hear "sub it out"
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Seriousley though....bbq the ribs, make some burger, and make some stew meat.

Backstraps are overrated in my book.

Honestly I've always wanted to turn a whole deer into jerky/ meat snacks
Gave my buddy 4 deer to make into jerky. I got 2, he got 2.

I subbed it out
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


By some cream cheese, shredded cheese, fresh jalapeņos and bacon.

Hollow out the jalapeņos, stuff with the cream cheese. Cut the deer meat thin. Wrap the deer meat around the jalapeņos then wrap all of that with the bacon. Pan fry for a few minutes then throw on the grill for a few more and enjoy. Jalapeņos should be thoroughly grilled. And bacon cooked but not crispy.
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By some cream cheese, shredded cheese, fresh jalapeņos and bacon.

Hollow out the jalapeņos, stuff with the cream cheese. Cut the deer meat thin. Wrap the deer meat around the jalapeņos then wrap all of that with the bacon. Pan fry for a few minutes then throw on the grill for a few more and enjoy. Jalapeņos should be thoroughly grilled. And bacon cooked but not crispy.
That is how I cook dove...... and now I'm going to ttry it with venison
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Seriousley though....bbq the ribs, make some burger, and make some stew meat.

Backstraps are overrated in my book.

Honestly I've always wanted to turn a whole deer into jerky/ meat snacks
And jerky is underrated. Good stuff.
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Re: Favorite Way To Cook Venison


Beware of the man that gives away venison. Other than deer slayers like Jaws.

When is the last time someone offered you some steak?

Venison is too good to give away unless they didn't know how to prepare it.

I always laugh at the people that throw their deer in the back of their truck for a couple of days, then say they don't like venison. Hell, I could throw a ribeye in the back of my truck for a day and it would taste like chit.

Venison is good no matter how you cook it as long as it has been processed right.
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The ribs always are chest thougj
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That is how I cook dove...... and now I'mgoing to ttry itwith venison
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