Fantastic! Enjoyed every bite! I substituted the Worcestershire for Cabernet blended with brown sugar, finely sliced garlic, cajun seasoning, and a dash balsamic vinegar. Started working on the meat and realized I was out of sauce...lol. I also added raisins 2/3rds through the boil time. I found the red wine mix really brought out the game flavor in this dish. That's exactly how I like it! Yum!
Scrumptious! I used HQ meat, cut in strips and chunked. Surprisingly tender! Looking forward to trying it with some loin. Hubby was very happy.
Was disappointed given the other good reviews. Will stick with the Sweet Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin recipe instead.
Awesome! Served it with mashed potatoes and green beans- we will be having this on a weekly basis!
I very hesitantly made this. I thought it sounded way too simple and easy to taste as good as most of the reviewers were saying. Boy, was I wrong! I *almost* followed the recipe to a "T" and had my doubts all the way to the end as I taste-tested it several times. I don't know how it happened, but right at the end, everything came together and was INCREDIBLE! I am still shocked that it could be that tender and good and be so simple to make! I don't eat bacon, so I substituted 2 tablespoons of olive oil to replace the bacon. I didn't wrap anything or skewer the meat, so it really was incredibly simple. I've made venison numerous times and have yet to make any that was anywhere close to this tender. Amazing! Next time, I will try reducing the Worcestershire sauce to 1/3rd cup just to see if it's still as good and will try this recipe also with venison steaks and sauteed onions. I quote my husband here who said, "You really outdid yourself with this one! Dang! This is the best venison I've ever had, period!"
This was ok, I didnt' get any complaints but most likely won't be making again.
Very Good! Made this for dinner last night. I marinated the cubed venison 24 hours in the salt pepper and worcestershire. Then I wrapped the meat in the bacon and made kabobs using three colors of bell peppers, red and yellow onions and pineapple. I have never made kabobs with venison so I was afraid it might be tough but it was very tender. Cooked on a low to med grill. Perfect! Yes, it does taste like something from an expensive restaurant! Thanks for sharing!
These were totaly fab but must be eaten warm! Great for nibbles.
I roughly followed this recipe but the results were excellent! I cut the bacon up and added chopped onion and minced garlic. I also used 2/3 c. worcestershire. I served this with my special cream corn and some yellow rice. This is a to die for way to make venison. (I killed the deer we ate) I went home for the weekend and whipped this up for my parents and they loved it as well, thanx so much for this recipe!!! :)