deer steak marinade

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by smker, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. smker

    smker Meat Mopper

    anyone have a good recipe for deer steaks?
  2. smker

    smker Meat Mopper

    an interesting idea,   give it alittle hickory/pecan smoke,   batter and then deep fat fried.
  3. smker

    smker Meat Mopper

    ok i copped out for an easier way,    i put the meat into the smoke for a few hours hickory/pecan

    flour batter,  salt,fresh ground black pepper,garlic salt

    evoo and butter

    with the pan drippings,  roast beef gravy mix and a can of cream of mushroom soup,

  4. rugbywaz

    rugbywaz ImpEx - Users Awaiting Email Confirmation

    Looks very good!
  5. Looks very good!
  6. humdinger

    humdinger Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    Way to improvise. Looks Great!
  7. flash

    flash Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looks great. I am lazy and use Allegro's Wild Game marinade.
  8. 05sprcrw

    05sprcrw Smoking Fanatic

    Looks pretty good to me.

  9. smker

    smker Meat Mopper

    Thank you, it was good
  10. My first post so here it goes.

    Take a slice of the loin about 3/4" or 1" think and pound them out to the size of a softball.

    Soak it soy sauce (I prefer kokmans) and then spread on cream cheese.

    Sprinkle in some salt, pepper, and garlic to taste.

    Roll up like a sushi roll and wrap with bacon.

    I usually cook them to about 145 or 150 INT. And crisp the bacon up on a sear burner if prefered.

    My wife prefers this over a ribeye. Sorry I dont have pictures, but will get some soon if anyone is interested.

    DC 33
  11. smker

    smker Meat Mopper

    sounds like it would be good,   tho in my older years i have to go easy on that salt[​IMG]
  12. Start with a medallion

    Pound out to the size of a softball

    Spread on cream cheese add in a pinch of salt and pepper. Also add onions or peppers if you like

    Roll up and wrap with bacon

    Soak in a teriyaki marinade

    Grill to an internal temperature to 145 and then add the pepper jack cheese. Remove once the cheese is melted.

    Internal view and they were melt in your mouth delicious.

    DC 33
  13. That looks excellent!!!! Me being me I just wonder how it would work with a little jalapeno pepper add to the mix.  I armadillo eggs when I grill so I may have to add the venison and see how it works out!!! Thanks for the idea.

  14.  With the medallions make sure to remove the silver skin before cooking.
  15. garyhibbert

    garyhibbert Smoking Guru OTBS Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    My God, but that sounds gooooood.

  16. jkenow

    jkenow Newbie

    Have you tried this in a smoker or just on the grill?

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