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Venison for Dinner

by Brad 0 Comments

Preparing venison can be intimidating for new hunters, especially ones who are not prone to cooking meals. I am by no means a chef, but I have a pretty surefire way of preparing venison and it has not let me down yet. The beauty here is the simplicity in both the knowledge required and time needed. The end result is out of this world. This is so easy, I don’t think this should even count as a recipe, so feel free to adjust it to your personal tastes. 

Start by filling a large frying pan with sliced venison steaks, mushrooms, onions of your choice, a couple of pressed fresh garlic cloves, and butter. I add salt and pepper over the entire mixture. As an after thought I added three strips of uncooked cut up bacon into the pan as well. I highly recommend adding the bacon!

After that all you have to do is melt the butter and have it spread around the pan. Cook it on medium to high hear long enough to caramelize the onions and cook the bacon. The only caution I have for you is to make sure the venison is not overcooked. I actually had to take the venison out for a while and set off to the side. The number one thing to avoid is over cooking the venison! With venison being a very lean meat it will be hard and chewy if over cooked.  Serve with a spoonful of the mixture over several venison slices and prepare to enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

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