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Antelope Medallions With Brown Sauce

Antelope Medallions With Brown Sauce created by HeidiSue

I found this online and we were blown away at how good it was. You could probably sub the antelope with venison or elk.

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2hrs 50mins
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directions

  • Marinade.
  • In a medium bowl combine all the marinade ingredients, place the meat in the marinade, and refrigerate for about 2 hours.
  • Pour some more olive oil into a heavy-based skillet on medium heat.
  • Lift the meat from the marinade and dry well with paper towel.
  • Place the meat in the pan and sear the medallions for about 2-3 minutes per side. Remove from the pan.
  • Brown Sauce.
  • In the same heavy-based skillet on medium heat, fry the shallot and garlic for 2 minutes.
  • Return the medallions to the pan, add the liqueur, and flambé (ignite).
  • When the flames have subsided, remove the meat and keep warm in the oven. To the same skillet, add the stock, increase the heat to high and boil until it is reduced to about 3/4 cup 3-5 minutes.
  • In a small bowl, mix 1 tablespoon of the reduced stock into the sour cream, then stir the mixture into the hot sauce.
  • Keep warm but do not boil.
  • Pool the sauce onto warm plates and top with medallions.
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"I found this online and we were blown away at how good it was. You could probably sub the antelope with venison or elk."
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  1. HeidiSue
    Antelope Medallions With Brown Sauce Created by HeidiSue
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  2. Darcie Kelly
    This is a bit expensive, but well worth it. We also made it with elk, and it was wonderful. My husband has a funny way of showing his appreciation - he actually licked the plate! The sauce is just wonderful. We have even made this once without marinating to speed up the process, and it was just as good. Thank you!
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  3. HeidiSue
    I found this online and we were blown away at how good it was. You could probably sub the antelope with venison or elk.
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