Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
Whenever I don't have alot of time to make supper, this is so easy and quick. You can mix all the ingredients on wax paper and when finished just throw it away. My man loves venison this way.
- 44.37 ml flour
- 9.85 ml Mrs. Dash seasoning mix (original)
- 4.92 ml garlic salt
- 4.92 ml onion salt
- 907.18 g venison steak
- 29.58 ml butter
- Mix together dry ingredients.
- Coat venison steaks with flour mixture.
- Melt butter over medium heat.
- Saute steaks in butter for 10 minutes or until done.
I cook and eat a lot of venison and have many delicious recipes. This one definitely rates high! very simple and quick. I used back straps cut one inch thick. I used powders instead of salts for the garlic and onion and added a small amount of regular salt. I had no Mrs. Dash and used a pinch of Crazy Mixed Up Salt. My oil was 2 parts butter to1 part bacon grease. Cast iron skillet, 7 minutes per side. my wife loved it! PERFECT! Made pan gravy with the drippings with more flour and milk. TOO GOOD!!!!
So, i tried this recipe, and was very impressed. I did change up the ingredients a little bit to get other flavors. I tried using granulated garlic, onion powder, i experimented with some cajun seasoning, and some SPICY Mrs Dash. Either way, was mighty tasty. I didnt cook nearly as long per side, as i dont like well done meat. I sliced my loins into about 1-1.5" chunks, coated with the flour mixture, and tried it in straight butter, oil, and oil/butter. Over a medium - medium high heat, i cooked about 4 minutes a side, so to keep the medium rare center; lets just say, my daughter, whom is 5 liked it, and i couldnt get enough. Definately try this recipe.
My significant other and I work different shifts so I like to make good easy meals. I have to say this is one of the best, and simplest ways to make venison I have found yet. Even my three year old loved it. Two thumbs up