This is how everyone I know cooks deer steak. We usually run the pieces through a tenderizer 2 or 3 times when we process our deer. These pieces are usually made with the tenderloin or back straps. They come out looking just like minute steaks which is why I call it deer steak. This is super easy to make and the meat is fork tender. This recipe can very easily be made in a crock pot as well. Very good served with mashed potatoes because the mushroom soup makes the gravy. If you want to spice this recipe up you can add spices to the flour mixture.