Topic Title: Cooking Venison
Created on August 21, 2008 at 02:48 PM

Jim

Does anybody have a recipe/cooking directions for deer steaks?

jcomer

what happened no one post on here anymore.

the demonstrator

Jim, I've never cooked steaks but I've cooked a lot of roasts and backstraps. I always cooked these to 140 degrees F., you probably cook the steaks to 145 degrees F. with your favorite seasoning.

JULIE B

OH YEAH! SEASON THE STEAKS WITH A MIXTURE OF GARLIC SALT, ONION POWDER, PEPPER AND WRAP IN BACON AND GRILL UNTIL THE BACON IS DONE BUT NOT CRISPY. I ALSO PUT MEAT TENDERIZER ON THE STEAKS FOR ABOUT 3 HOURS TO HELP MAKE THEM EVEN MORE TENDER

narcdcso

Marinate your deer steak in coke soda and mustard for about 3 or more hrs. Cook them medium and no more or they will be tuff. Alegro wild game works good. Also try sportsmansgold.net for some good wild game stuff.

Don

Jim use hollands carolina seasoning on both sides its the best.

Michael

Hey Jim! Just make sure not to over cook the venison as its so much leaner than the beef we are all used to cooking. I cook vension the with the same sauces, and rubs as beef, just less time! Hope it works out for you !!!

Mike R

We have done deer, elk and antelope on the grill. I first marinade them for a couple of hours or longer. Then just place them on the grill till they reach 140 to 150. We have also done pheasant. The pheasant legs took a long time to cook compare to what a roast takes to cook.