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Easy Venison Steaks Recipe - Food.com
Whenever I don't have alot of time to make supper, this is so easy and quick. You can mix all the ingredients on wax paper and when finished just throw it away. My man loves venison this way.
Too Good to be True
As deer season is dwindling down, some of you may be up to your eyeballs in deer meat that your husband so lovingly brings home... or maybe you've killed a few yourself! Well, I have a way to help you relieve your freezer with a particular recipe that I know you will say is waaaay too good to be true. So, obviously I talk about Pioneer Woman often and rightfully so... I religiously make some of her recipes and her beef tenderloin is one of them. Only, I've been using the same recipe with a…
A Perfect Elk Burger | Wild Game Cuisine - NevadaFoodies
You know when you just have a craving for a great big juicy hamburger? Try making these seasoned elk burgers with Swiss cheese and...
Best Elk Steak Marinade Ever
My husband loves to hunt. Elk mostly. This is the best marinade that I have come up with for our Elk Steaks. It makes the elk nice and tender, and covers up most of the gamey flavor. When my husband brings home an elk, most of the elk gets ground up into hamburger (with some bacon instead of cow fat...yummm!) But we still have lots of Elk Steak. So here is the marinade recipe (and really I just squirt the condiment into the pan or bowl that I am marinading the steak in and eyeball it): 1/4 c…
Fried Venison (Deer) Steaks Recipe - Food.com
This is how I remember eating deer growing up. It is easy and I have never had any issues with a gamey taste. But if you are afraid of that you can soak you deer in milk for about 30 minutes. Great with fried potatoes and a salad. I like mine with steak sauce (57).
Grilled Elk Steaks
My husband brought home a freezers worth of elk meat from a hunt in Montana. I am a firm believer in eating whatever is brought home from a hunt. I really love elk meat! It has a mild flavor and is a good source of lean protein. If marinated, even the "tougher" cuts come out great. I recommend cooking to medium/medium rare for ideal tenderness, but I have had it cooked well done and it is still tasty. My husband remembers the smell of the field dressing the elk in full rut, so I came up…