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Loved this!! My husband said he felt like he was cheating on all of his hunting buddies it was so good. We will definately be using this recipe again and again! Thanks!

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oinkpiggy18 October 14, 2010

Great idea! Thank you for posting this. DH & I really enjoyed this for dinner. The only thing I did different was that I tenderized my steaks before breading. A definite keeper for my venison recipes.

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Cajun Kitchen May 20, 2010

What a fantastic way to use up the venison we have in the freezer. My SO was thrilled with this recipe. All of the adults LOVED it. The kids weren't too keen on it, but then they think box macaroni and cheese is fine cuisine. Easy to make and fantastic all around. I also dredged my meat in flour, just because I always do with anything parm. Again thank you for a great recipe!

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Just J January 28, 2009

This was fabulous! We did dredge the steaks in flour before dipping in the eggs to get the eggs to stick better and we sauteed the steaks with onion and we also added garlic and red pepper flakes to the sauce because we only had a rather basic one in the cupboard. Anyways, this was delicous and we will definitely be having it again! Thnks Aunt Paula!!!

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chandlert2003 January 14, 2009

We enjoyed this wonderful dish tonight. I pounded some venison tenderloin steaks and pan fried then. I placed them in a shallow baking pan and baked without the sauce for 20 minutes. I then added the cheese and put them back in the oven to melt. I served the venison parmesan on a bed of spaghetti topped with pasta sauce. Delish!!

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MarthaRN November 23, 2008

All I ever make is venison & this sounded really good. I always tenderize my meat before browning so it guarantees "easy chewing". This was delicious & I will definitely make it again.

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surefire February 26, 2008

this was an awesome recipe. my husband thought it was delicious and requested it again. thank you for the creative venison dish.

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kellykforester March 06, 2007

This recipe is a winner at our house. This is the second year my hubby has gone hunting and I had no clue how to cook venison. Thanks for posting this one...

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Coffee Criss December 06, 2005

Everyone in my family loved this, including my daughter who doesn't like anything. Will definetly keep making this one. Thanks

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momof3 #2 November 15, 2005

This was fabulous. I had some venison "chicken fried" style steaks (pre-tenderized) that I was needing to use before they had been in the freezer too long. This came out moist, tender and wonderful flavor!! I fried mine then finished them in the crockpot. I did high for 2 hours and it was almost too long, so either low 2 hours, or high 1 hour. Thanks! I love it!

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Deanna Walker February 21, 2005
Venison Parmesan