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Fish tenderloin

I was never satisfied with old recipe of marinating in red cooking wine and Worcestershire sauce, wrapping in bacon and cooking on grill.

Found a new recipe this year and it is fantastic. Marinade in 2 cups soy sauce and 2 cups brown sugar whisked together. I left mine in marinade about 8 hours. Wrapped in bacon and cooked medium rare on grill. It might be the best venison I ever are. My wife argues that venison piccatta made from backstraps is her favorite.

Also note we had no soy sauce and my wife gave me liquid aminos. She assured me it was just like soy sauce and it does look and taste very similar. It was incredible.
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I did a similar one with the "fish" - soy sauce, worcestershire and a dash of liquid smoke. I let it marinate 3 days and it was awesome. Didn't have bacon and it was still great.
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I saw the brown sugar, soy sauce recipe online this year. I was looking for something different than olive oil, butter, and Montreal Steak. I'll have to get a chunk of backstrap out and try it, since all the tenderloins are history for this year.
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Double,that sound good,I`m going to have to try it.

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I was never satisfied with old recipe of marinating in red cooking wine and Worcestershire sauce, wrapping in bacon and cooking on grill.

Found a new recipe this year and it is fantastic. Marinade in 2 cups soy sauce and 2 cups brown sugar whisked together. I left mine in marinade about 8 hours. Wrapped in bacon and cooked medium rare on grill. It might be the best venison I ever are. My wife argues that venison piccatta made from backstraps is her favorite.

Also note we had no soy sauce and my wife gave me liquid aminos. She assured me it was just like soy sauce and it does look and taste very similar. It was incredible.
Here is a little twist. Next time get some s
jalapeño peppers (I just use sliced ones you buy in a jar) and add a couple slices to your bacon wrap. Then before you take a bite, spread a little cream cheese on it. Thank me later!
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Jalapenos and cream cheese addition sounds wonderful. My wife makes homemade stuffed jalapenos (poppers) with cream cheese and I love them.
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I do the bacon wrap deal but I marinate in zesty Italian dressing. I smoke them in a smoker. Probaly the best thing I've ever made
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I have to say, there are some cuts of meat that I think stand on their own. Other than salt and pepper, the only thing I add to the fish is sometimes onions and saute them medium rare. It doesn't get any better than that.
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I have to say, there are some cuts of meat that I think stand on their own. Other than salt and pepper, the only thing I add to the fish is sometimes onions and saute them medium rare. It doesn't get any better than that.
Agreed!

IMO anything more than salt, pepper and butter is overdoing and overthinking it!
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