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Well since all these recipe post are going on how about some for venison

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Corey 78K5, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. Corey 78K5

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    I need some new recipes for venison. I have about 150-75 lbs of it left in My freezer that I need to cook. I will use a lot of it for chilli and stew this winter, but I want to try something diffrent that Im not burnt out on.
     
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    I reallt enjoy deer sausage
     
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    Yeah, deer sausage is the **** for sure. I make jerky, burger, and sausage with my bucks. The only pieces I keep whole are the loins and backstraps. Those are good marinaded as you would any steak. Then cooked fast over a HOT grill, then let them rest. Then chow down! I have a good recipe for venison pepperoni around here somewhere, I'l find it if you like. It's great with cheese and Triscuits. I make al kinds of stuff with the burger, whatever you'd use ground beef in...
     
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    I already have the sausage and burger. I have tried the steaks on the grill about every way I can think of. Like I said Im burnt out on the stuff. Might be time to make some chilli and kill off about 5 lbs of it or maybe some sloppy joe's.
     
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    When I get steaks I usually fry them up with alot of butter with chopped garlic added in. It is nothing too special, but they tend to turn out really good. Sometimes I will perforate them with a fork prior to cooking to let the butter get to the inside.
     
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    I already tried that one.............no kidding!!!!
     
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    Hrmmmmmm meatballs..... spaghetti sauce...... meatloaf....... damn!
     
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    for venison hams, i like to poke holes in it and stuff garlic cloves inside. then i put salt and pepper and rosemary on top. throw some onions and bacon on top. throw some gin in your mouth and some on the meat. throw it in the oven. i use a meat thermometer to avoid overcooking. i like to get the center up to 120F iirc, then pull out and cover with foil to let it cook itself.

    then sometimes we make a souce. my dad changes it a little each time to see if the change is better. we start out with chopped carrots, onions, celery. sautee a bit in a pan. add wine and let simmer. then he adds some other spices and herbs, don't remember what. chop up a jalepeno for some kick. strain out the veggies and put back in pan. then to thicken it up and add a bit different zip, add sour cream.

    mmmmmmmmm good
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    then we usually serve with rice peeloff and a fresh green veggie like broccoli or asparagrass
     
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    Now that sounds good.
     
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    need these ingrediants:
    Bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon wine
    Golden cream of mushroom soup (best)
    ( or regular cream of mushroom)
    Bout half of an onion cut up
    garlic (cloves squeezed in a press are the best. Minced work good too.) use garlic powder as a last resort.
    salt pepper and a table spoon of grandmas Chili powder.

    Brown some deer steaks or strips in oil or butter.
    Pour in the can of soup and 1/2 cup of water +plus a little of the red wine(1/4 cup) if you have any handy (helps to tenderise the meat). Pour a glass for the cook too :D
    Add the onions
    Garlic
    Salt and pepper to taste.
    Cover and simer on low giving it a good stir once in a while, for at least an hour. The longer it cooks the more tender the meat will be. Gives you time to drink some more wine.:smile1:
    Throw some peeled taters in a pan to boil
    Boil up some corn on the cob.
    mash up the taters and serve with the deer, gravy, and corn
    Drool........
     
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    Venison Chili
     
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    Oh yeah that sounds good and I have about 6 bottles of wine left. Will that be enough for a meal?
    :D
     
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    Perfict :thumb:
     
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    So Dale how did You fair at the Cove? Sorry I couldnt hook up with Ya. I even went to the Cove a few times while You were here but it was for work.
     
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    just put it in the crock pot with taters, carrats, corn and what ever spices you did out of the cabinet and let it cook all day.
     
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    Cory.
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    Had a great time. Whish I could have meet up with ya but maby next year. As the governator sayd "I'll be back" :smile1:
    As you can see we had a great time in the cove. Camped at Jack's place (The RV park). Partyed ay Marios and the Airport/golfcourse bar. Met lots of good folks. Damn... some of those pretty carefree cover girls were a temptation to an old piarate. :D
    A good time was had by all and mother ocean was good to us. :D
     
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    Looks like You had a good time Dale. Shelter Cove is a good little party town and there is always a few of them "carefree cover girls" about :D Yeah the airport/ golfcourse bar is pretty cool. As a matter of fact if You walked across the golfcourse twords Lower Pacific Dr. (ocean) You would walk right into My friends house. Hell You probably met Him there anyways. I got to get over there and get out on the water befor to long.
     

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