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deer steaks

tqracer53tqracer53 Posts: 29
edited 6:29PM in EggHead Forum
any good tips for fresh deer steaks. thanks for help.

Comments

  • BigABigA Posts: 1,157
    yup! Cook them just like you would a beef steak, maybe a little more rare than you would a beef steak but pretty much the same way!!
  • ResQueResQue Posts: 1,045
    Try using them for fajitas! Darn tasty!
  • HossHoss Posts: 14,600
    What BigA said.DO NOT go above Rare/Medium Rare.I would need to know eggzactly what cuts they were to offer other advice.I'm HOPING it is tenderloin/backstrap. :)
  • BigABigA Posts: 1,157
    BINGO!! :) :)
  • your right steaks cut from tenderloin. thanks for help.
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    Deer tenderloin? Those things are terrible, you should just send them down here to me and I will gladly dispose of them for you. Honestly, they are unfit to eat and I will take them off your hands. :sick: :whistle: :evil: :laugh: :laugh:

    I agree with the above, a little S&P and cook 'em rare to med. rare at the most. Some of the finest meat on this earth.


     
  • RipnemRipnem Posts: 5,511
    Most importantly!!!!!

    They cook super fast since they are pretty much fat free, so don't wonder off with them on the grill. ;)
  • I'm partial to a 30min.soy/bourbon bath...wrap'em in bacon and cook it till just med. rare- 450F 4 min per side (depending on thickness). I usually cook mine whole... B) Don't ferget to bourbon yo self up a bit too.. ;)
  • i cut slices from the backstraps across the grain about .75 inches thick.... heat a frying pan really hot.... cook 'em to rare or just a ch over....... remove the meat, deglaze the pan with some brandy or red wine..... pour a bit of heavy cream in with the reduction of brown bits and reduce a little more, stirring constantly.... then pour the dark cream sauce of the medallions of venision.... it will be the second best thing you ever ate...!...... i like a lot of fresh black pepper on the meat before i cook it. thanks! ray
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  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,172
    Looks like some good swamp donkey to me.
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