2 Reviews

Well, okay... "We have a winner here"!!! Finally a venison recipe that does not taste gamey at all. Woo-hoo!!! Hubby is an avid hunter, and always goes for the trophy bucks (which the meat isn't the best). I was so glad to have found a recipe that makes it enjoyable to eat an 'older gentleman'. I did not have any loin steaks left in the freezer, but I did have some back straps (better than a loin to start with). These were so tasty and tender (I think the overnight marinating did that). The only other thing that I had done differently was that I only had minced ginger root, so I used just shy of a teaspoon. It worked out just fine. This is definitely a keeper (he's bound and determined to snag another one this season). Thanks for posting this treasure of a find. P.S. I googled "Jim Zumbo's: Amazing Venison Recipes" cookbook. I'm trying to get a copy in the next 2 weeks to surprise hubby with on Christmas. I bought him "The Complete Venison Cookbook" by Harold W. Webster, Jr. a couple years ago that has many good recipes, also. You may want to check that book out as well, KateL. (Made for PRMR)

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rosie316 December 11, 2013

This was a very good marinade. And even on beef steak it would be great. It was in the marinade for 48 hours. I omitted the onion in the marinade. But I used the green onion on top. I used only 1/2 cup of soy sauce. Thanks Kate. Made for Newest Zaar tag.

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Boomette July 24, 2008
Kalbi Venison