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Old 01-29-2009, 07:06 PM
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Does anyone have any good recipes for venison? I'm looking to try some new stuff out. Not a deer burger or anything like that but something different. Thanks
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I like making soup with it... cook it up, sprinkle some of your favorite fixin's in it and mix it with like a broth kind of soup, or vegitable.
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I just tried something new this evening it is Quick and easy. Two packages of lipton Knorr stroganoff and some deer meet. Cut up meat fry in skillet once brown follow the directions on the lipton bag.
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Old 01-29-2009, 07:17 PM
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I like making soup with it... cook it up, sprinkle some of your favorite fixin's in it and mix it with like a broth kind of soup, or vegitable.
My fav. with the ground meat is Tacos that I had last night. lol
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I made deer steak enchiladas and my kids loved em.
Just season the steaks as usual throw em on the grill( no sauce ) cut them into 1/4" strips
Use large flour tortillas
Black bean and white or Mexican rice mix( I add some green chilies and jalapeņos for me)
Season rice mix with salt n pepper( if you want the mix to be thicker add some chipotle sauce)
Lay a bed of shreaded lettuce on the tortilla, add the rice mix, pile up the steak, cover with shreaded cheese, sour cream and guac then roll that bad boy up and enjoy.
I have some others if you are intested
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I made deer steak enchiladas and my kids loved em.
Just season the steaks as usual throw em on the grill( no sauce ) cut them into 1/4" strips
Use large flour tortillas
Black bean and white or Mexican rice mix( I add some green chilies and jalapeņos for me)
Season rice mix with salt n pepper( if you want the mix to be thicker add some chipotle sauce)
Lay a bed of shreaded lettuce on the tortilla, add the rice mix, pile up the steak, cover with shreaded cheese, sour cream and guac then roll that bad boy up and enjoy.
I have some others if you are intested
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I made deer steak enchiladas and my kids loved em.
Just season the steaks as usual throw em on the grill( no sauce ) cut them into 1/4" strips
Use large flour tortillas
Black bean and white or Mexican rice mix( I add some green chilies and jalapeņos for me)
Season rice mix with salt n pepper( if you want the mix to be thicker add some chipotle sauce)
Lay a bed of shreaded lettuce on the tortilla, add the rice mix, pile up the steak, cover with shreaded cheese, sour cream and guac then roll that bad boy up and enjoy.
I have some others if you are intested
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Take Your Deer Ternderloin, Steaks, etc Marinate them in Soy Sauce 1/2 to 3/4 of a bottle Depending on how much venison, Wostershire Sauce 5-10 splashes, Brown Sugar 1/2 cup or so, 2tbsp or so of Tony Cachers Creol Seasoning, 1 clove choped Garlic, & 1/2 of a Large Red Onion or 1 small one chopped.. Let it set for 24 hours or so, the longer the better but no more than 48 hours. If using a tenderloin cut a groove down the middle and fill with spicy brown mustard the wrap w/bacon and smoke for 1-2 hours depending on heat & doneness level.. If steaks just throw em on the grill on med heat.. Enjoy!!! This also makes a great jerkey recipe!!
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This is not a recipe, but I par boil my venison before cooking. You cannot imagine what boils to the top and it removes any gamey taste.

This especially works good on beef hamburger bought from the store, it changed the way I look at my meat.
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Here's another one, Deer Steak Creamy Enchiladas....
Your gonna need a lot of steak for this one, the way I make it serves 7
7- roughly 6-8oz steaks, season to taste, grill on high just to make outside crispy
Cut steak into 1/2-3/4" cubes, set aside
4- cans cream of mushroom soup, put in a mix bowl, add steak, mild green chilies(1 cup or so), 2 cups shredded cheese, mix together
Use a 9x11 deep pan layout one tortilla in the pan, use a 1/2c measuring cup to spoon on the mix, roll the tortilla without folding the ends. Repeat unil the pan is full, then spoon on remaing mix over top the tortillas, then add a 1/2 cup of green chilies on top, finally add your desired amount of shredded cheese.
Cover with foil and cook in oven at 350*f for about 25-30 minutes or until steak is thoroughly cooked( I usually pull the foil off for the last 5 min to make it a little crunchy.
Serve with an ice cold Bud( except for the kids )

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