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    Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Looking for something different than fried steaks or Italian dressing on tenderloin. Whatcha got?

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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Himalayan salt, ground pepper and a hot iron skillet

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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Amen..follow that with port wine reduction sauce: Sear your venison steak or strap medium rare with salt and pepper crust; Pour one bottle cheap port into a sauce pot or similar sized pot. Add a handfull of finely chopped golden or regular raisins, dash of salt and pepper, and reduce to about 1/4 of volume or so over medium heaqt. When sauce thickens enough to stick to spoon or tastes sweet and syrupy drizzle over thin sliced rare or medium rare venison.
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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Sounds awesome!!

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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Quote Originally Posted by shreveportdawg View Post
    Himalayan salt, ground pepper and a hot iron skillet
    Quote Originally Posted by marketdawg View Post
    Amen..follow that with port wine reduction sauce: Sear your venison steak or strap medium rare with salt and pepper crust; Pour one bottle cheap port into a sauce pot or similar sized pot. Add a handfull of finely chopped golden or regular raisins, dash of salt and pepper, and reduce to about 1/4 of volume or so over medium heaqt. When sauce thickens enough to stick to spoon or tastes sweet and syrupy drizzle over thin sliced rare or medium rare venison.
    When it get's so miserably hot outside and grilling isn't fun, I've tried blackening seasoning. Similar to what shreveportdawg describes. IMO, the trick to great venison is the rare or medium rare temp. Cooked well done, it might has well be chicken.
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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

    Oh, and you can't mess it up bacon wrapped. Get the cheap thin stuff.
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    Re: Favorite recipe/marinade for Deer meat......

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