Venison Backstrap

Discussion in 'Wild Game' started by jtn1965, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. jtn1965

    jtn1965 Newbie

    Can anyone give me ideas on what to marinate a venison back strap in? I am planning on wrapping it in bacon like a pork tender when I smoke it?

    Thank s.

    jtn1965
     
  2. arronbutler88

    arronbutler88 Fire Starter

    I like to marinade mine in soy sauce, minced fresh garlic, worchestershire,Dijon mustard, red pepper flakes and a few tablespoons of honey. For at least half a day. Of your feeling lazy buy Allegro seasoning and add red pepper a tablespoon of Dijon and honey.
     
  3. jtn1965

    jtn1965 Newbie

    Thank you for the reply. When I tried Allegro in the past on wild game it cam out to salty. But maybe the dijon and the honey would counteract the salty flavor. 
     
  4. arronbutler88

    arronbutler88 Fire Starter

    That is absolutely why I do that. The Dijon tang really cuts the savory saltiness of the soy or Allegro
     
  5. worktogthr

    worktogthr Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    I just cooked one yesterday and didn't marinade at all. Used a coffee based rub and wrapped it in my homemade bacon:

     
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  6. arronbutler88

    arronbutler88 Fire Starter

    That looks killer!!
     
  7. jtn1965

    jtn1965 Newbie

    That looks very good. What else is in the rub besides coffee?

    Thanks.

    jtn1965
     
  8. worktogthr

    worktogthr Master of the Pit SMF Premier Member

    Thanks! It was actually trader joes coffee garlic rub.
     
  9. akeisler

    akeisler Newbie

    I like to marinate mine in equal parts Italian dressing and Dales seasoning and add a little red pepper flakes to taste.
     

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