Blazin' Venison Steaks

READY IN: 9hrs 20mins
Recipe by Bone Man

Good venison recipes are always welcomed by hunters and their spouses. Here's a dandy from Marlboro for something a little different. Cooking time includes marinating time. Also, this recipe works just fine in the deer-hunting camp, cooking the steaks/mushrooms over a campfire rack. Enjoy!

Top Review by Crafty Spatula Wielder

Good but I omitted the jalapenos altogether and that was a mistake. I think it would have tasted less gamey if I had included them. I'm not usually a meat fan at all but this is a good recipe. I would opt to marinate the steaks overnight next time. Thanks for posting!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place steaks in a casserole dish and arrange the mushrooms on top of each. Set aside.
  2. In a skillet, over medium heat, add the oil and sautee the jalapenos until slightly tender (about 4 minutes). Then, add the worcestershire sauce, garlic and salt -- heat until it sizzles a bit (1-2 minutes). Remove from the heat and add the wine, mustard and cinnamon -- whisk until blended.
  3. Pour the skillet contents over the steaks, cover with cling wrap and allow to marinate in the refrigerator overnight.
  4. After marinating overnight, remove them from the dish and grill the steaks and portabellos over hot charcoal. Baste with the marinade, grilling the steaks for about 6 minutes to a side and allowing the portabellos slightly longer. Do not baste for the final 3 minutes and discard any extra marinade.
  5. Serve with some buttery garlic noodles as a side dish (I use variations of this recipe: Recipe #156105).
  6. NOTE: The orginal recipe called for HABENERO peppers instead of jalapenos -- that was just WAY too hot for me, but if you are so inclined, go for it!

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