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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-20-2013, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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*Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

Is it deer season yet? I don't know about yinz, but our freezer is looking a little low on the deer meat. I have so many things I want to try with venison.
Anyone do anything special with theirs?
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Is it deer season yet? I don't know about yinz, but our freezer is looking a little low on the deer meat. I have so many things I want to try with venison.
Anyone do anything special with theirs?
Yes! Here's a recipe you dont even have to wait to try out. You can do a test run using porkchops.

First, pick up some pork chops. Not the ones that cost $3.99/lb, they're for the grill. Instead grab a few of the ones they put on sale for $1.79/lb, the shoulder chops.
Okay, brown them up in a large frying pan.
Leave them in the pan and add three cans of cream of mushroom soup and 1 1/2 cans of water.
When the liquid begins to boil, cut the heat back until it's just barely simmering. It should be making little burps, kind of like the pictures of the little mud volcanoes they always show when you watch films about Yellowstone. Flip the chops now and then so they dont stick to the pan.
After about an hour and fifteen minutes to an hour and a half the pork chop juices will have mixed with the soup and a goodly amount of the water will have cooked out of the pan and you'll end up will a nice gravy that can be served over rice. You'll also find that the slow cooking process will have tenderized the chops themselves. Salt and pepper to taste and you're good to go.
If you find this simple recipe to be something you enjoy you can give it a try with venison.

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Marinate deer steaks or tender loin in mc cormick montreal steak seasoning for a few days. follow the instructions on the packet or buy the seasoning and make this:

1/2 cup water
1/2 cup oil
2 tbsp vinegar (i use apple)
2 tbsp mc cormick montreal steak seasoning (i do a lot more than that.

I add tbsp minced garlic.

BEST TASTING DEER YOU WILL EVER HAVE, grill to taste. i like mine still grunting and making a scrape. LOL

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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

Feel ya'lls pain, I just finished the last of my venison from a doe I got last year in a Venison Stroganoff the other night. Less than a month and i can restock that freezer!

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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

DeerKetta, I do it with whole hindquarters and it is amaing, season the hindquarter with garlic powder black pepper salt Dill and I mean alot just like a porketta, and a little bit of montreal steak seasoning, brown it in the oven at 500 for 45 minutes. turn the heat down to 200-225 add a can of beer into the pan and tent it in tinfoil over the pan leave it go for 4 hours. I'm tellin ya it was out of this world when i tried it last year. I forgot to send in for my doe tags so ill have to hope I get a buck to try it on this year. Enjoy.
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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

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Marinate deer steaks or tender loin in mc cormick montreal steak seasoning for a few days. follow the instructions on the packet or buy the seasoning and make this:

1/2 cup water
1/2 cup oil
2 tbsp vinegar (i use apple)
2 tbsp mc cormick montreal steak seasoning (i do a lot more than that.

I add tbsp minced garlic.

BEST TASTING DEER YOU WILL EVER HAVE, grill to taste. i like mine still grunting and making a scrape. LOL

I have everything to make this one. Maybe I'll try it after we get through this huge bowl of chili I made yesterday. Once I use the steaks, I'll just have a pound of ground deer and some chops.
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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

you wont be disappointed.

Also replace venison burger in recipes like:
tacos
lasagna
speghetti
meatloaf-a mix with beef is helpful
stuffed red peppers
hamburger helper
sloppy joes with DELGROSO'S SAUCE

I grind almost all of my deer to burger with the exception of back straps, and maybe a roast.

My wife makes and amazing deer roast, I could steal the reicpe if you would want.

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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

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you wont be disappointed.

Also replace venison burger in recipes like:
tacos
lasagna
speghetti
meatloaf-a mix with beef is helpful
stuffed red peppers
hamburger helper
sloppy joes with DELGROSO'S SAUCE

I grind almost all of my deer to burger with the exception of back straps, and maybe a roast.

My wife makes and amazing deer roast, I could steal the reicpe if you would want.
Yes, I've used the ground deer in quite a bit already. I love it!! I even made some delicious mini deer burgers. They were so good!!!! My mother actually won't eat any meat dishes at my house unless she supplies the meat for me. Geeze, you'd think she would trust her own daughter.
I would LOVE to make a deer roast this year. If you could get her to give up her recipe, I'd love to try it out.
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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

HD, an easy recipe for a roast is just brown a roast in a skillit. Then put it in a crock pot with all of your favorite veggies and 2 cans of Cambells " Golden Mushroom Soup" not the white stuff. Go to work, come home and enjoy with a nice roll or your favorite bread and the drink of your choice. Good Stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: *Yawn* I'm getting hungry...

Will look up the recipe tonight if I can. Going to be manly man and mr mom, cutting wood then cleaning the house. Gotta earn my brownie points for archery some how. LOL

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