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Anyone care to share their favorite venison recipe? Looking for a new way to cook a roast. Just polished off a tenderloin. Cut it into four strips lengthwise, marinated it in Italian dressing, placed each piece on a pice of bacon, rolled am up and put a toothpick in each one, cooked them on the grill like a filet. Was excellent!
 

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roast

I have tried posting threads similar to this, but it never seems to take off. I would love to have more input as cooking is the "joy after the hunt!"

As for a roast, the below recipes are killer!

1) Crock Pot Roast
- Roast
- 1 onion cubed
- 1 Potatoe cubed
- Carrots
- Beef boullion cube
- Garlic cloves stuffed into roast (optional)

Place onion and potatoes on bottom of crock pot until bottom is covered so as not to burn roast. Place roast on top of this layer and fill in rest with remaining vegetables. Pour broth into crockpot until roast is 3/4 covered. Use water to make up difference if you need more liquid. Season to liking (salt, pepper, Lawry's, cajun?). Also, I prefer a thawed roast, but I have seen a roast go from freezer to pot with success. If frozen, you must account for the extra thawed liquid. Cook on High for 1-2 hours and on low for another 6-7. Meat will be forking good!

2) Deer BBQ
- Roast, thawed and cubed into 2"x2" pieces
- 1 onion cubed
- beef boullion cube
- Favorit BBQ Sauce

Cook as described in the above recipe...onion on bottom, roast pieces, beef broth and water. Cook 1-2 hours high, 6-7 low. Once cooked, I take and shred the meat on a seperate pan and drain the liquid. I also cut up and mince the onions. Mix onions and meat together with your favorite bbq sauce and let simmer 20-30 min. I prefer Montgomery Inn sauce from the restaurant in Cincinnati. Krogers will carry it.
 

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3-5 lb. Roast
favorite seasoning
1 Garlic Head
3 celery stalks
3 large carrots
3 potatoes
1 sweet onion
16 oz. beef stock
1 pack Liptons onion soup mix.

Completely thaw and drain roast
(brine overnight if possible)
Sear all sides

mix onion soup mix with Broth and 16 oz. of warm water. Add to crockpot, cover and cook for 4 hrs.

Mince Garlic, chop celery, carrot, potatoes, and onion (preferred size)

Turn roast over and add veggie mix.

cook another hr. on high, lower heat to low and cook until potatoes and carrots are fork tender.
 

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You cant go wrong with some butter and fresh garlic clove fried in a cast iron skillet.
 

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Venison meatloaf

1 lb. ground venison
1 lb. ground pork
2 eggs
2 tblsp vegetable oil
1 cup seasoned breadcrumbs
1/4 cup minced onion
1/4 cup minced green pepper


mix all but breadcrumbs thouroughly
add 1/2 cup breadcrumbs and mix well
add remaining breadcrumbs to desired thickness.

put in loaf pan and bake at 325 for 90 min.
 

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I always use most of my roasts cut 1/4" thick and made into jerky.
Cabelas has a great jerky mix selection or you can experiment with your own. I use high mountain cure and mix. 2 hrs. in the oven and man is that gooooood stuff!!!!!
 

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My hunting buddy has a fantastic recipe for venison chili. He might post his recipe if I can talk him into it. I know it but it is his recipe.
 

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heres a site with some good recipes. http://www.justgamerecipes.com/venison/index.shtml

and heres my favorite:

quick appetizer

2-4 lbs venison cut into strips like french fries
1 tsp pepper
1tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
1/4 cup worcestershire
1tsp liquid smoke
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 flour

mix all ingredients except flour and meat. add flour and mix till you have a batter not to thick. dip meat into batter and deep fry for 30-45 seconds or until brown and serve warm.

makes a great camp or game day appetizer.
 

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Hey Wild Bill, Buffalo Bambi Strips!

Sounds perty tasty. Just cut out the Smoke and substitute with hot sauce. We do something similar when we fry turkeys.
 
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