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    preparing deer meat

    Marla
    Tue Dec 11, 2001 10:15 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am wanting to know other ways to cook deer without being steak or burgers or chili if any one can help me out i would greatly appriciate it.
    Derf
    Wed Dec 12, 2001 1:57 am
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    Have a look at these 3
    Hope they're what you're looking for:
    marinated bonless venison loin
    venison chops with mushroom sauce
    broiled venison chops

    Dorothy
    Elizabeth Williams
    Wed Dec 12, 2001 10:45 am
    Semi-Experienced "Sous Chef" Poster
    I make my usual beef stew or pot roast and substitute deer meat--turns out perfect. Really any recipe for a less-tender cut of beef would work for deer. Stroganoff, Vegetable Deer soup, etc....
    Dib's
    Thu Dec 13, 2001 7:39 pm
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    Hey there-www.bowhunting.net has a load of recipes. I'm not a fan but a friend of mine loves the recipes. Good Luck. Di
    Miss Erin
    Thu Dec 13, 2001 9:54 pm
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    My dad used to cook venison steaks with onions and brown sugar. I love this and wish I had some venison in my freezer!
    Virginia
    Sat Dec 15, 2001 4:26 pm
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    Quote:

    My dad used to cook venison steaks with onions and brown sugar. I love this and wish I had some venison in my freezer!

    Did he fry it ? Do you remember how exactly? How long did he cook it?
    Miss Erin
    Sat Dec 15, 2001 6:14 pm
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    He usually did it on the stovetop, I'm not sure how long. He would start with the onions with some butter, let them get a little soft, throw in the brown sugar and quckly pan fry the venison, they weren't very big. We used to have this for our special Saturday morning breakfest, just the two of us.
    Miss Erin
    Thu Dec 20, 2001 1:09 pm
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    Marla, I got a new cookbook and there are 5 non-burger/steak recipes for venison in it. If you'd like I'll post them all. I'm going to post Venison Stroganoff here. the others are Roasted Venison, Venison Tenders, Hunt CLub Venison Stew and there is a Venison Marinade for when you want to grill. Let me know!
    Tara
    Thu Dec 20, 2001 1:39 pm
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    I oftern make stew, roast and get lots of garlic sausage made, it is wonderful. But since i eat it more than beef I use it for anything I would use beef for, stroganoff, meat pies etc... My 2 favorites are cooking the roast until it falls apart then shredding it with BBQ sauce (I make homeade on the stove), re-bake until warm and thick and serve on buns. I also use shredded roast in spaghetti sauce with a little of the juice from the roast added too, everyone loves that. Thin sliced steaks fried with peppers, onions, shredded cabbage, soya sauce, water, and pepper once thickened makes great pepper steak on rice.
    Miss Erin
    Thu Dec 20, 2001 1:49 pm
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    Quote:

    My 2 favorites are cooking the roast until it falls apart then shredding it with BBQ sauce (I make homeade on the stove), re-bake until warm and thick and serve on buns.


    This sounds good, I do this with beef in a crockpot, cook it overnight with a bottle of beer poured over it, drain it in the morning and add some bbq sauce. I really need to get my hands on some venison!
    Dib's
    Fri Dec 21, 2001 2:37 pm
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    I finally got ahold of my girlfriend, she and her hubby hunt, here's 2 that they really like. Also, for roasts try this:
    master brine recipe for meats
    recipe #1 is venison loaf
    recipe #2 is Venison stir-fry
    Dib's
    Fri Dec 21, 2001 2:50 pm
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    Here's the stir-fry recipe.
    Dib's
    Sun Dec 23, 2001 8:15 pm
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    Hey Marla-I saw this on Nigella Bites and "hunted down" the recipe for you. I even thought it looked good, and I'm not a deer person. Di
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