6 Reviews

yum, a great new way to use up our venison steaks! Will definitely make again.
Here's a couple notes I made (made 4 sandwiches):
1 c teriyaki 3 Tbsp sesame oil
2 large vidalia onions 6 Tbsp butter
Approx 4 steaks
For Sauce: 6 Tbsp mayo, 2 Tbsp honey dijon mustard, 1/2 Tbsp yellow mustard, salt/pepper

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swenseja September 06, 2012

I love, love, LOVE this recipe! Every time I make it for my husband he tells me that he thinks it's one of the best venison recipes I've made yet. The only thing I switched up slightly was the steak marinade (because of what I had on hand) and it still turned out amazing. Thank you!

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Sarah Z August 24, 2011

AMAZING!! I followed this to the letter but only used 1 vidalia onion. Was so delicious and filling that I could barely walk and needed a nap in a hurry! My DH was almost on his last bite before I could even sit down to eat! Plus, he kept stalking me around the house and kissing me and telling me how great it was! So, thank you from both of us!!!!!

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GrillGirlie December 03, 2009

I did not use the teriyaki marinade, but used Marinade for Venison and then seasoned the venison steaks with Savory Steak Seasoning (for all types of meat) - fabulous! I fried some venison steaks up for Malcolm and my dad yesterday and we had one large one left - perfect for them today and a very manly luncheon dish! They both gave this 5 stars Marra......sorry that I have no photos - my batteries failed over the weekend - ZWT4 fatigue I think! Made for ZWT4 - Merci ma leeetle petit pois! FT:-)

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French Tart June 29, 2008

Great way to serve up venison! We really enjoyed these sandwiches tonight. I couldn't find ciabatta rolls tonight so subbed Portugese rolls instead. The recipe doesn't state how many onions so I used 3 medium sized vidalia onions which seemed to work out well. Topped with red leaf lettuce! Made for ZWT4.

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Kim127 June 21, 2008

I give this 10 stars! It is wonderful! I used SheCooksToConquer's Marinade for Venison Backstrap as my marinade and since it already has sesame oil, I didn't add any extra. I used about 1/4-1/2 cup of marinade and let the venison refrigerate for about 5 hours. We love mushrooms, so I added about 1/2 cup sliced mushrooms when I added the sugar and vinegar to the onions. This is my absolute favorite way to eat venison now! The mustard mayo sauce is great and the sweet onions went great with our side dish of your Spicy Capellini With Scallions and Garlic.

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Tee Lee January 21, 2008
Venison Steak Sandwich W/ Caramelized Onions