Wonderfully seasoned backstraps browned in a cast iron pan and roasted in the oven to perfection then drizzled with a delightful homemade blueberry-maple sauce.
All recipes containing backstrap.
Korean Style Venison Cups are delicious venison strips marinaded and fried in a wok, then placed on Bibb lettuce and topped with onions, cashews, and sesame seeds. Yummy!
Heavenly Tenderloin Bites are marinaded bite-sized venison tenderloin fried in a cast iron pan and then placed on top of a heaping pile of fried potatoes with onions and bell peppers.
Venison brined in a sea salt brine, marinaded in soy sauce and olive oil, sprinkled with seasoning, drizzled with honey mustard, and perfectly grilled with your favorite fruits and veggies.
Juicy venison smothered in a creamy mushroom and onion gravy and poured over egg noodles. It tastes like it took hours to make, but it’s on the table in 30 minutes!
Who wants to go out to eat when you can make Venison Quesadillas at home in under 30 minutes? Not me! Who can resist sliced backstrap seasoned and toasted with ooey gooey cheese? Again, not me!
Tender chunks of venison tenderloin with golden potatoes, slices of onion, and loads of spices. It’s so delicious you won’t even realize it’s diet-friendly.
Venison marinated and tenderly fried and then mixed with stir-fried bell peppers, onions, portobello mushrooms and covered with cheese. Yum!
If you’ve never had Venison Parmesan, now is the time. I mean, how can you resist tenderly fried venison steaks covered with mozzarella cheese on a bed of pasta with homemade red sauce? Not me!
Spicy Venison and Rice is another one of Deer Recipes leftover inspired dishes that was so well loved it became a staple. Venison marinated with a homemade marinade and cooked with onions, bell peppers, and garlic and poured over rice cooked in venison broth.
Tender cuts of venison marinated with a homemade seasoning, cooked with onions, bell peppers, and garlic, placed onto a tortilla and browned in a cast iron pan until the cheese is melted and ooey gooey. How does that sound?
A simple venison backstrap seasoned with salt and pepper, wrapped in bacon and baked in the oven until crispy perfection. You can also throw this bad boy on the grill.
Venison, Garlic, and Spinach Pizza is a heavenly aromatic pizza, unlike any you’ve ever had. How do I know this? Well, because it’s a creation of Deer Recipes. It is pure garlicky goodness with perfectly seasoned venison, spinach, and gooey mozzarella cheese.
Tender bite-sized slices of venison cooked with egg noodles and covered in a tangy creamy sauce. If you like pasta and spicy foods, this is a must try! It’s so filling and has only 313 calories per serving, which is 1.5 cups. Did someone say diet-friendly?
Dreamy Venison Steak is a melt-in-your-mouth venison steak pan-fried in butter and topped with a thick creamy mushroom and onion sauce. If you don’t fall in love with this all I can say is bless your heart.
Fried venison tenderloin, sautéed Portobello mushrooms, sliced garlic, fresh spinach leaves, Parmesan cheese, and Asiago cheese all on a toasted wheat bun with a buttered crust–and it’s only 367 calories! Can it get any better than that?
Pilaf is spelled and pronounced so many different ways, with pi-lahf or pee-lahf being the most common pronunciations. Me being Southern, you know I’m going to pronounce this as “pee laugh” and with me being immature you know I’m going to giggle about it, too. You should’ve seen the looks on my boy’s faces when I …
The Pepper Jack Venison Steak and Onion Sandwich is my favorite creation. It’s so full of flavor your mouth won’t know what hit it! The pepper jack cheese gives it a spicy hot kick. Add spicy venison backstrap and fried onions and you have perfection. This is one sandwich that you’ll make time and time …
The Sportsman’s Breakfast is one of the healthiest meals on my entire blog. It’s packed full of protein and lots of other essential vitamins. It’s the perfect way to start the day.
Chicken Fried Deer Steak with gravy is a very simple meal, but one of the best in my opinion. It’s been around for hundreds of years–maybe even more and I’m sure it will be around for hundreds of years more.