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Crock Pot Venison

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Walter45Auto, Dec 7, 2005.

  1. Walter45Auto


    May 26, 2004
    Dallas, TX
    Anybody got a recipe for cooking deer meat in the crock pot?


    ;H ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 MERRY CHRISTMAS Y'ALL!
  2. lethal tupperwa

    lethal tupperwa

    Aug 20, 2002
    look a little farther down this page:)

  3. Any vension deserves better than a crockpot. This question was also asked in the hunting forum and a few receipes and cooking ideas where added.
  4. SouthernGal

    SouthernGal What's Up Dox?

    Jun 18, 2004
    NW MS
    The best recipe I have for venison doesn't use a crockpot. It's for smoked deer roast. Ends up tasting a lot like roast beef. More time consuming and labor intensive than with a crock pot but well worth it.
  5. Kanos

    Kanos Why yes.

    Mar 24, 2005
    This isnt a crockpot recipe but its much faster and tastier in my opinion, heat a skillet with some peanut oil up as you take some of your venison steaks, doesnt have to be loin or TL, just some kinda of flat steak and coat them in seasoned flour, than put as many that can fit into the skillet on there, and fry while flipping about every 2 1/2 minutes until it is just a little pink on the inside!!...then take them out season with more salt and enjoy. Its the best and most tender venison ive ever tasted!!
  6. Walter45Auto


    May 26, 2004
    Dallas, TX
    ;z That's one of my favorite ways to cook it. I'v done it that way before.


    ;H ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 ;8 MERRY CHRISTMAS Y'ALL!
  7. NOT a crockpot but I use cubed deer steaks season with onion salt and/or mesquite salt and grill on a hot grill for about 4-8 mins per side or until the inside turns pinkish-red and then serve with fried potatoe wedges.

    Hmmm hmmm good !

    Bon Apettie