Kristin from Groves, Texas asks...
"My husband has a nice deer backstrap he wants me to cook, can I do it like a roast or in a crockpot? I usually slice it,tenderize and chicken-fry, what are the options?"
Venison backstrap, or loin, is a really versatile cut of meat.
It can be sliced across the grain to make grilled venison steaks…http://www.free-venison-recipes.com/grilled-venison-backstrap.html
...or it can be stuffed with a filling and grilled…
http://www.free-venison-recipes.com/stuffed-venison-loin.htmlor roasted in the oven. Because the meat is so lean, be sure not to overcook it when baked or grilled.
Slice it into thin strips across the grain and use it in a stir fry recipe, or try this recipe for venison and rice…http://www.free-venison-recipes.com/broccoli-venison.html
And if you want to try deer stew, this recipe is pretty tasty...http://www.free-venison-recipes.com/slow-cooker-deer-stew.html
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