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Smothered Deer Steak

Easy and so good.

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2hrs 5mins
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  • Season tenderloin with salt/pepper/garlic to taste.
  • Lightly flour and brown in oil.
  • Put in casserole dish with bullion and water; cover and put in oven to smother about 2 hours or till tender.
  • Serve over rice.
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  1. AFitts
    This was delicious! I cooked for 1:40 minutes at 325. The meat was very tender and cooked into a nice gravy that was excellent with mashed potatoes. I added just a little cayenne pepper to the flour. After browning the meat, I also sauteed some sliced onions and put on top prior to cooking in the oven. We'll definately be making this again. So yummy!
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  2. bug975
    When I cook deer meat I use cream of mushroom soup instead of bouillon and I also cook mine in crockpot. It is always fall apart tender!!!
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  3. bug975
    When I cook deer meat I use cream of mushroom soup instead of bouillon and I also cook mine in crockpot. It is always fall apart tender!!!
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  4. Misti_Country_Girl
    This is the best way to cook the most tender, falling off the fork venison! To the 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup (didn't measure)flour I added 1/2 tsp. garlic salt, 1/2 tsp. Mrs. Dash Garlic and Herb, 1/2 tsp. Season all and 1/4 tsp. black pepper. YUMMY! It did take about 2 hours and it was fantastic.
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  5. Lizzybob
    I used deer round steak and it came out tender and delicious. I baked mine at 325 for 2 hours.
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