for the Barbeque Grill, Pit, or Smoker
Venison Recipes can be found in many places. Whenever someone is looking for ways for venison cooking they find an abundance of indoor recipes.
This may be because of the fact that deer hunting season, in most parts of the country, takes place during the colder months of the year. So naturally it is assumed that we usually eat venison during those same months.
But every deer hunting and venison lover knows that when a deer is processed, there is more deer meat than just a few people can eat right then. Much of the venison is packaged and frozen. Even deer meat that a hunter gives away is usually frozen by the person receiving it.
The following are venison recipes that can be cooked on the barbeque grill, bbq pit or smoker. They will provide your barbeque-loving crowd with something different than the usual outdoor cooking menu.
This is so simple but so delicious. Just be sure to always peel the silverskin off of any venison meat, or it will be tough.
Easy Grilled Venison Steaks
4-6 1/2-inch Venison Steaks
1/4 cup Worstershire sauce
1/4 cup your favorite BBQ sauce
1/4 cup your favorite steak sauce, or try the steak sauce recipe below
Mix the three sauces together. Add salt and pepper to liking.
Marinade venison steaks for at least an hour or up to 4 hours.
Cook steaks on grill over medium-hot fire for about 5 minutes per side.
This quick little recipe is good for venison dipping or marinating.
Venison Steak Sauce
1/4 cup ketchup
1 tablespoon Worchestire sauce
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
Mix all three together.
Here's a great grilling recipe for your prized venison backstrap or tenderloin.
Grilled Venison Tenderloin
8 slices bacon
venison tenderloin or backstrap cut into 1-inch steaks(about 8)
1/4 cup teriyaki sauce
Marinate tenderloins in terriaki sauce from 3-4 hours.
Wrap each steak around the edge with bacon. Hold bacon in place with toothpick.
Cook on charcoal or gas grill, or barbeque pit away not directly over the flames until medium doneness, and without overcooking, for about 30 minutes total, depending on your cooker.
More venison recipes will be added as the best ones are found. Thank you for visiting and come back soon for any other additions to this Venison Recipes page, or any of the other great resources throughout TexasBarbeques.com.
- Ride with the Legend! American Cowboy magazine
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