Venison is basically a culinary name for meats coming from deer, whether farmed or hunted. Aside from deer, Venison is also the term used to describe meat of the families of wild pigs and hares, as well as some species of antelopes and goats like elk, fallow deer, red deer, moose, roe deer, pronghorn, caribou, brown hare, blue hare, arctic hare, ibex, and wild boar.
Below are some examples of simple yet very delicious Venison recipes of all times.
For this recipe, you will need wine, garlic, and flaked hot peppers and soy sauce for the marinade, seasoned flour, oil, and Venison tenderloin. Start the recipe by marinating the meat with the wine, garlic, soy sauce, and peppers. Cut them into pieces of your wished size. Dredge the cut tenderloin with a very thin layer of seasoned flour before cooking them in hot oil. Make sure to flip the meat periodically until all them are brown. The seasoned flour is what makes the nice crispy texture.
Prepare extra virgin olive oil, Venison roast or steak, and cooked rice or noodles. For the coating mixture, prepare flour, onion powder, garlic powder, salt, and pepper. For the sauce, you will need chopped onions, chopped garlic, Worchester sauce, two cans of beef broth, sixteen ounces of sliced mushrooms, and water.
Start this recipe by cutting the meat into three-inch chunks or strips. Make sure you remove all the fat and the connective tissues off of the meat. Combine the flour, the garlic powder and the onion powder in a mixing bowl. Dredge the sliced venison into the mixture. Be sure to create a thick coating on the entire surface of the meat.
For the sauce, heat the extra virgin olive oil in an electric skillet or large saucepan. See to it that it is sizzling hot before you cook the fully-coated meat. Once all the meat is browned, stir in the remaining mixture. Add in the chopped onions, chopped garlic, two cans of beef broth, and water. Allow it to simmer for an hour. Stir in the sour cream and the cooked noodles and let them sit for a couple of minutes. Serve the venison stroganoff on top of cooked rice or noodles.
This is a very simple recipe that is perfect for afternoon get together with you friends. You will need a Venison roast, sandwich buns, barbecue sauce, a can of tomato juice, onions, minced garlic, and horseradish sauce. Start by simply arranging the ingredients in a crock pot. Add in the onions, the garlic and the horseradish sauce to taste. Cook the roast for two to three hours on high setting, or six to eight hours on low setting. Once done, add the mixture to the sandwich buns and enjoy!
Venison Cabbage Rolls
Prepare a pound of ground venison, one chopped onion, garlic, about half a teaspoon of nutmeg, salt and pepper to taste, two cups of tomato sauce, cooked white or brown rice, cabbage leaves, grated cheese and parsley.
Before cooking the sauce and the meat, boil the cabbage leaves for about three minutes. Mix in the onions, nutmeg, garlic, salt and pepper to the cooked meat. Cook the mixture on the stove making sure that onions are softened. Mix in the tomato sauce and the rice.
Create rolls by gradually adding the sauce and the meat into the boiled cabbage leaves. Return the rolls to the pan, pouring in the rest of the tomato sauce on top. Let the rolls simmer for about twenty minutes. Garnish them with grated cheese and parsley.
Grilled Venison Rolls
Prepare venison steaks, toothpicks that are soaked in water, green onions and Asparagus spears. For the marinade, you simply need soy sauce, garlic, lime juice, and sesame oil. Start by cutting the steaks. Make sure to cut them into thin pieces while it is still partially frozen. Marinade the steak in sesame oil, lime juice, garlic, and soy sauce.
Once done, roll the marinated steaks around pieces of green onions and asparagus, before fixing them with moistened toothpicks. This will make sure that the steaks won’t catch on fire. Place your rolls onto a grill. Baste the rolls with marinade to make sure taste and moistness. Roll them periodically to cook and brown them all the way through.
Preparing venison recipes can be easy. Just make sure you have the right ingredients and you choose the best venison meats from your local market.