Sunday deer meals. What are your go to venison meals?

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  1. virginiashadow

    virginiashadow Legendary Woodsman

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    Ground venison with some pepper and garlic salt. Heat up some olive oil. Cook on medium. And top with bell peppers and bbq sauce.

    And to finish it off add a beer and a remote control. Life is good today.

    So anyone else have any good venison recipes?[​IMG][​IMG]

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    when did you switch to PBR?
     
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    virginiashadow Legendary Woodsman

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    I didnt brother. Pinch hitter just for today. Lol

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    Backstrap chilequillias

    Fried up some tortillas, added a few eggs, cooked backstrap on the side till done mixed Then added green las palmas Chile sauce[​IMG] topped with cheese. Kids devoured it!!


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    Looks fantastic.

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    :jaw: looks like the morning after
     
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    I like food like that. I'm an animal

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    I tend to make a bunch of tenderloin fajitas on Sundays! I slice it in 1/4" strips and cook in hot olive oil for about 8 minutes. Onions, peppers and mushrooms in the other pan with butter!
     
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    I made it this morning, feed the kids!! Thats all that was left! Came out good.

    Yesterday made some thing similar except add ground Venison chorizo. Gone in 5 minutes.


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    90% of the venison I make is thin sliced medallions marinated in olive oil and seasoning and grilled or fried high temp for just a few minutes.
     
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    Big fan of using olive oil these days.
     
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    My go-to is definitely breaded steaks. I cut em thin, season with a little Goya, dip in egg, then bread crumbs and fry in olive oil. So good that I eat them cold right in the treestand. Fast and easy to make too. And for breakfast with eggs and toast, O M G
     
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    I'm trying that tomorrow morning

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    How thin you talking?

    My uncle said he liked to have his backstraps cut thin like potato chips(doubt that thin lol) and floured and fried. I've always been a medium rare person, even when I'd bread and fry nuggets.

    You talking like a chicken fried steak? I also had to google Goya and then search through the results to find it :lol:
     
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    Pretty thin, maybe 1/4"?, steaks from the processor, I slice them in half if possible. It's fine if they're thicker, just my preference. And I cook them until brown and little crunchy on the edges.
    Yea, like a chicken fried steak. Funny about the Goya, guess I shouldn't have assumed everyone uses it, LOL.
    I think it's big with the Hispanic crowd, but I use it on everything and got my buddies hooked on it too
     
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    Guessing you mean this?

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    That's it, but that's the spicy version. I use the one with the blue cap, non spicy. I use it on meat, chicken, fish....it's good ****!
     
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    Only one thing wrong with the 3rd pic ( PBR)......................................................YUCK just about anything else except that Panther Piss

    Sorry VS
     
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    Thats Ok. I don't drink it often, but felt like it that night!
     
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    Dang Brett, you always get grief for your taste in beverages :lol:
    I made a boatload of breaded steaks tonight for me and a friend. I should have taken some pics, but forgot. I thought for sure that I would have leftovers for the weekend, but we ate the whole batch. Unbelievably good!
     
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