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    OK I know it's spring time but i am being optimistic for the fall. Whats everyone's favorite venison recipe?

    Mine: venison cutlets breaded or Tidbits with mushrooms,onions,garlic,white wine put on top of egg noodles Yummmm!

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    give me some back strap steaks and some ultimit steak rub,but first soysause,ginger,pinappel juice,garlic.mix and soak v steak for an hour or two,mayby.depending on your tast.then rub it dow with the steak rub,cook over a camp fire.no propain,char,just a good ol campfire...dam tasty...for the sides.baked potato,corn on the cob..all cook on the campfire

    allso taste great with any meat you soak in it,has any one tryed this soak befor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpalt1 View Post
    OK I know it's spring time but i am being optimistic for the fall. Whats everyone's favorite venison recipe?

    Mine: venison cutlets breaded or Tidbits with mushrooms,onions,garlic,white wine put on top of egg noodles Yummmm!
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    Well, I take ground venison, rinse it in cold water through a collander. (That removes the gamey taste) Then I brown it with some cinnamon until it's cooked through. Then I mix in a pasta sauce (Romano and Garlic is my favorite). Let that simmer for about 20 minutes. Add mozzarella and parmesan cheese, cook until melted in. Then I stuff that in manicotti shells, cover in the left-over sauce, cover and bake for about 45 minutes at 350. Uncover, and bake for another 15 minutes, or until the cheese just starts to brown.
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    Plain & simple for me. Backstrap rolled in flour & fried, eggs, pancakes & gravy and I'm in heaven.
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