Mission and Vision
The mission of Great Venison Cooking is to offer you various tips on how to prepare venison. We offer simple guides you can follow as a beginner to prepare your family the most delicious venison-based meals.
Our vision is to promote consumption of venison for its range of health benefits, including deep flavor. Our ultimate goal is to ensure that those who love red meat get their hands on deer meat prepared in the best possible ways.
Additional Tips On Handling Venison Meat
Match your cooking method to meat cuts for tender outcomes – Tender cuts such as tenderloins and loins naturally take well to pan searing, high heat grilling, trussing, or stuffing. Therefore, it can be served anything from rare to medium rare.
Do you want to cook Chili Cocoa Crusted Venison Loin but don’t know how? Here’s how to go about it:
Slow braise or stew tougher red meat muscles from the shank, shoulders or neck. Serve your soup with venison, lentils, and sausage.
Cut the hindquarter into steaks for tenderizing and cooking like loins because it’s incredibly versatile. If you intend to use the low and slow cooking method, cut the meat into cubes and use it in sauces.
However, you can cut it into strips across the meat grains for use in fajitas, salads, sandwiches or even burritos. You can also cut the hindquarter into 1-inch steaks in thickness. Pound and bread them then pan-fry for make Country Fried Steak, Parmesan Venison or Venison Scaloppine.
Venison differs from corn-fed beef – Never substitute venison in beef recipes; it isn’t corn-fed beef. Deer consumes herbs, grass and acorns, among other plants in the wilderness, explaining why venison has a tasty flavor.
Many top restaurants worldwide charge high process for venison-based dishes on their special menus due to the depth of venison flavor. However, cattle forage on corn and grain-based diets.
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