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This was wonderful!! We have been looking for a recipe for all the deer meat in the freezer. In years past no one ever liked it but my husband kept on bringing home more!! But this everyone loved. I followed the recipe except for using cider vinegar and I'm going to try red wine vinegar this time. Thanks for finally giving us a recipe my family will eat! Do you have any for Cube steaks?? LOL
i needed a new deer steak marinade. and the husband loved it! but he is also a huge fan of ketchup. i followed it exactly; except for additionally adding a double shot of red wine (from leftovers). also, i only had time to marinate it for about 5 hours. definately reserve 1/2 cup or so for basting and dipping sauce! yum! i will be doing this again real soon.
This is just wonderful. I have passed this recipe on to many people for you also. Thanks.
This was pretty good. It tasted a bit to bbq saucey for my tastes though, next time I think I will leave out the ketchup. That is just my personal opinion. Broiling the venison worked perfectly though, in fact I think I will always cook them that way from now on. Thanks!
This is awsome !!!!!!!!!!!! I cut the ketchup to 1/4 cup and added a 1/4 cup cocktail sauce.
This produced a good flavor.....but the venison steaks were still tough.
I used it with venison medaillions with great success. Cooked the remaining marinade just a little before serving it, though, to make sure no uncooked meat juices were in it. Delish! Highly recommended.
wonderful flavor. it smelled so wonderful it was hard not to eat it right away. I marinated it overnight, grilled over charcoal served with hashbrown bake and salad. will definately have again- thanks.
This was really good. My company agreed. It was easy to make and i had most ingredients on hand. thank you.