The Best Venison Burger Around
As many of you know, we love us some Venison. It graces our plates about once a week, and I consistently have my eyes open for new recipes. Which is how I found this little jewel - Bacon Venison Burgers. And holiness they are good. For those who have cooked with Venison you know it is super lean, which makes it very hard to pull off a good hamburger. But the little addition of bacon to these made them so moist and just amazing! Ugh, I hate the word moist. I derail. Pick yourself up some…
Shredded Venison Sandwiches
"My husband hunts for deer every November, so I'm always looking for new recipes for venison," relates Ruth Setterlund from Fryeburg, Maine. "The whole family loves these slow cooker sandwiches, seasoned with soy sauce, brown sugar, ketchup and hot pepper sauce." —Ruth Setterlund, Freyburg, Maine
Smoked Venison Roast with Q-View
Did a little PP for my students to celebrate the end of the year, but I had a few who -- for various reasons -- don't eat pork. So I defrosted a...
Slow Cooked Venison Roast
Slow Cooked Venison Roast Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil 3 pounds boneless venison roast 1 large apple, cored and quartered 2 small onions, sliced 4 cloves crushed garlic 1 cup boiling water 1...
Deer Delicious: Venison Tenderloin in Mushroom Red Wine Sauce
It’s deer season here in Michigan, and that means it’s time to celebrate the most delicious meat that has ever been prepared by my hands in the hopes that soon there will be more in my …
Here’s the best way I’ve ever found to do venison ribs, a cut of meat that is often underutilized or simply ground into sausage meat. It’s based on a recipe stolen from Steven Raichlen’s very excel…
You'll hold this venison stew near and "deer" to your heart. Chock full of vegetables and potatoes, it's simply delicious and can easily pass as an entire meal in one dish.
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Slow Cooked Teriyaki Venison Recipe | Yummly
Slow Cooked Teriyaki Venison With Venison Roast, Brown Sugar, Unsweetened Apple Juice, Soy Sauce, Salt, Cold Water, Cornstarch
Balsamic Venison Backstrap and Zucchini Boats
No Daddy Dinner (NDD) #1: Balsamic Venison Backstrap and Zucchini Boats My Dad, Grandfather and Uncle are avid hunters in Illinois and so we are rarely in a shortage of venison. For tonight's NDD I prepared a backstrap. Backstraps are also known as tenderloins and run along the spine of a deer. They are a pretty tender cut of meat however; as with all game meat, can be easily overcooked. I thawed my venison overnight in the refrigerator and then marinated it for about 5 hours. I first…