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    Thanx everyone this is awesome! Keep'm comming!!!

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    Here's one that I tried today and is as easy as it gets.

    Venison Chili

    1 pound ground venison
    16 oz. jar of salsa
    1 can northern beans, or kidney, or whatever you'd like
    8 oz. block of pepperjack cheese, cut into cubes

    Brown venison. Add all ingredients to the magical crockpot. Simmer on low for a couple hours. DELICIOUS!!!

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    Elk, deer, antelope roast:
    Nice sized 4-6 pound roast.
    Place roast in a roaster after lightly wiping the inside of the roaster with cooking oil. Put about 1/2 cup of water in the roaster.
    Salt & pepper the roast adding any additional spices you want.
    Cut up carrots, celery, onions, potatoes, and diced mushrooms and put into the roaster with the meat.
    Put the roast in a Weber or similar briquette barbeque with the coals all set to go. Just before you put the roast on the grill, put some dampened apple wood chips on the coals. (I like to use a lot of them. Apple-wood really gives a nice flavor) Put the lid on the roaster but leave it slightly askew on the edge so the smoke from the apple chips goes up and circulates around in the roaster. Cook in the BBQ just like you would in an oven. When the roast is medium rare, you are ready to go! This way to cook roast has to be tried to be believed. It takes about the same length of time to cook a roast this way as it does in the oven. BEST game roast you will ever have!!
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    Wow that's real easy and sound great NDhunter!
    Last edited by Ikeepitcold; 10-30-2011 at 07:06 PM.

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    Add a bunch of green pepercorns to some soften butter. Spread the pepercorn butter on grilled venison steaks and salt then to taste. AWESOME. The LL Bean game cookbook is a great cookbook. I've made the venison roast with chocolate suace the last few Christmases from it, AWESOME+.
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    I have one that even people that go EEEEWWW ! at the word game meat always like ( don't tell them until after eating).
    I take one roast, elk,deer or antelope.
    Cut up carrots,celery,potatoes,mushrooms,garlic and tomatoes if you want.
    add whatever spices you like. I experiment with everything I cook and is rarely the same twice.
    Put everything into crockpot including roast.
    Add one large can of cream of mushroom soup.
    Top off pot with water.
    Cook until done.
    One thing though, you have to have french rolls (buttered or not) to dip in the soup it makes.
    If not, don't even make it ! You woun't be able to stop dipping the rolls !
    Never met anyone who didn't like it.

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    Any recipes for Venison Jerky? I want to make some but it will be my first time. Can it be done in the oven or should I get a smoker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Any recipes for Venison Jerky? I want to make some but it will be my first time. Can it be done in the oven or should I get a smoker?
    I use a dehydrator. Here is the recipe I use, I add a ground peppers to it for some heat though.
    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/deer-jerky/

    It is the first recipe that pops up on a google search for deer jerky recipe, I thought I would try it and it's really good!

    I do not grind my jerky meat just simply slice against grain about 3/16" thick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post
    Any recipes for Venison Jerky? I want to make some but it will be my first time. Can it be done in the oven or should I get a smoker?
    Here's the recipe I use for deer jerky:
    1/2 jar of jalepeno slices
    8oz louisiana hot sauce
    12 oz any blush or red wine (Use any wine that you would normally drink. I just use a merlot or a cab)
    4 oz soy sauce
    2 tbsp garlic powder
    2-4 tbsp of cayanne pepper (3 will make it pretty hot....)
    Blend all the ingredients together until smooth, and then marinate your venison strips overnight. I like to make my strips about 3/16 thick, and anywhere from 3-8 inches long. This amount of marinade will do a fair amount of meat, I usually fill up a 2 gallon ziplock, as thats how much meat my smoker will hold.

    I smoke mine at a roughly 225-275 for about 6 hours, until they are done (at this point the jerky is pretty good, and has a ton of flavor, but its not quite dry yet. After taking off the smoker, I put it in the oven at the lowest available temp, and leave the door cracked. I'll do this for about 1-2 hours, be careful here, as you can end up over drying out the meat.

    The times and amounts of marinade/meat aren't ever the exact same, but it always ends up good. Try not to eat it all directly off the smoker!

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    one of my favorites is to take my venison steaks

    Venison or any steak
    BBQ
    Italian Bread Crumbs

    take a BBQ sauce of your choice and add a little garlic and little Chili powder (if you dont mind spice)
    put the steak in the BBQ covering it well
    Then roll the steak in the bread crumbs till covered

    Spray a pan and place the steaks in the pan.
    Have oven at 300 and cook to your temp.

    Love this recipe one i made up my self well at college to give a little flare to my steak. The bread crumbs dont stick real well so be careful pulling it out the pan.

    enjoy

 

 

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