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Old 07-27-2007, 06:09 AM
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Deep Fried Venisson

Ok this is a Deer Camp Specialty in fact the only time I have it is at deer camp.

Ok so what you need is some venisson, a deep fryer, deep fryer oil, breading, and your favorite seasonings.

What you do is heat the oil up to 350. While the oil is heating up you cut the meat up in nuggets. Then you bread it using egg to keep the breading attached to the meat. Then when the oil is at 350 you carefully drop the nuggets into the fryer. When they float to the top they are done. This is a great quick way to enjoy your fresh kill.

I ussually use the tenderloins for this.
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Wow I have never thought about doing this but I will be doing it with the next deer! my mouth is already watering
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Wow I have never thought about doing this but I will be doing it with the next deer! my mouth is already watering
You can do it with rabbit, squirrel, goose, duck, pheasant, and what ever else you hunt.
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Yea I dont know why I havent thought about this before. We do turkeys injected with butter and tony Chachere's creole seasoning all the time. I just never ventered out with different meats. I use this stuff like salt on everything!


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Old 07-27-2007, 08:31 AM
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Another version of this is Hot&Spicy, what you do is marinate the meat over night in the refridgerator in Hot sauce then do not use egg. Just bread the meat using the sauce and then deep fry it.

You can also make Sweet and Sour the same way marinate the meat in sweet and sour sauce over night and deep fry it the way you would deep fry it regular just do not use egg when your breading the meat.
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Yea I dont know why I havent thought about this before. We do turkeys injected with butter and tony Chachere's creole seasoning all the time. I just never ventered out with different meats. I use this stuff like salt on everything!


I love tony's I like it so much I just ordered a case of it online I might have to give that a shot BC. Not sure I can bring myself to use tenderloins though
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I love tony's I like it so much I just ordered a case of it online I might have to give that a shot BC. Not sure I can bring myself to use tenderloins though
I use the tenderloins because I cut them out during the field cleaning of the deer. So that is why I use the tenderloins. I really do not know any other way to cook the tenderloin. What I do is cut them up in medalions and bread them and fry them up.
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Cue in the Homer drooling clip "mmmmm meat!!"
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Yeah I do the same, but we usually eat them up with breakfast the next morning fried up in butter and onions and seasoning of choice! I will try your method though sounds good.
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