I found this recipe in an old issue of TOH magazine, and since I have a freezer full of venison, thought I would give it a try. It was a huge hit with the whole family! You can add all kinds of yummy stuff to this. The original poster was Daniell Rissinger. The prep time includes the time for marinading.
This is a very tasty dish. I just recently found the recipe, again, it fell out of one of my cookbooks. I had it since we got married, think it came from an old hunting magazine. We really enjoyed this.
With a man in the family that hunts deer for 2 weeks each year I had to start trying to find ways to cook it all up. This is one of the better recipes I have found and use it often. Came from a Google search and then I tweaked it a little.
There's nothing better than fresh tomatoes in season & there's nothing better than this creative BLT variation. It makes a great lunch, potluck pleaser, patio party winner or picnic favorite. Recipe source is Florida Tomato Committee, altho I amended the original recipe slightly. Enjoy! .. *Edited to Add* -- This recipe was included for Greece in ZWT6 due to its use of feta cheese as a primary ingredient. :-)
When you serve these up, the joke is; you have to kill a lot of deer to get this many ;o). Of course, they aren't really deer family jewels--they are actually bite size pieces of deer back strap or tenderloin. I got this recipe from a Cajun gentleman I hunt with in Haughton LA named Claude. I "guarunteeee", even people who say they don't like venison will eat a plate full of these. I prefer to use Tony Cachere's Cajun seasoning, thin cut bacon, zesty Italian dressing, and cook them over mesquite, but any wood or charcoal will do. Enjoy!
Another favourite venison recipe. This recipe considers farm-raised deer which is readily available in better butcher shops, or some larger super markets. A favourite cook offers up this recipe, and can be found in "Lee Bailey's Cooking for Friends". I like Lee Bailey's recipes because he shops for fresh ingredients; I have tried to make a habit of doing just that for each dinner party.
This is the only steak my family will eat. They do not even like NY strip any more. We have our meat processor cut our venison steaks to about 1 inch thick, then I marinate and grill to medium rare. Better than beef and better for you too! Our traditional family Christmas Eve dinner menu is always venison steak and shrimp scampi!
Every year the Ontario Milk Marketing Board puts out a calendar filled with wonderful recipes. This one was in the 2000 issue. It is a very easy yet elegant dessert to prepare and can also be made with a combination of mango and kiwi, which I absolutely love, or strawberries and blueberries.
I think this is our #1 all time family favorite and it's often requested for birthday dinners. It's the 'Bestest' because my daughter described it as such when she was little. This freezes well and I've added directions for that and for reheating.