I could defintially not tell that this was venison, it was soo tender! I think it could have alittle more taste, alittle more spicier, but maybe it just has to be marinated longer. Will probably try again. It was very tender so thats a major plus.
This was good but I found the ginger over powering, maybe I just don't like deer, but it was very tender!
Im sad to give this disappointing review. This was our first deer my husband killed. I found this recipe excited to try this with him. We marinated for a little more than 48 hours. It was way to sweet like a teriyaki flavor, it made us not want to eat, we used steak sauce or barbecue sauce to dip in to cover it up. :( glad others liked it in reviews- just not good for our family :(
Very delicious! I marinated and my husband grilled this amazing venison steak when my parents came over. So tender and great flavor. They loved it! We took a little of the leftover's to my inlaws. My father-in-law (who has been grilling venison steaks for years) loved it and said he will have to start marinating:)
super good. didn't change a thing.
This marinated was very good. I did marinade for more than the recommended time, but still good. Would be good on beef as well.
This was very good, I marinated for 72 hours. We felt it a tad sweet for our tastes, but very good nonetheless! I acutally used elk steaks instead of venison.
This is the only way to eat venison steak!!! This is our family favorite!
This was perfect. We actually ended up marinating for 72 hours. We are definitely making it again- I just put together another batch for sunday dinner.
I've used this recipe half a dozen times and it is AMAZING. The only thing I could possible add is to wrap the venison up in a pocket of foil before grilling so the juices don't escape. It also keeps this way and isn't too bad when reheated. Even non-venison eaters love it!!! Thanks for finding it!!!