Chicken Fried Deer Steak with Gravy

Chicken Fried Deer Steak with Gravy
Chicken Fried Deer Steak with Gravy

Ingredients:

Steak

Gravy

Getting it done:

Steak

Gravy

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Serves: 8

Serving Size: 1 Steak & 1/2 Cup of Gravy

Calories: 278

Fat: 16 g

Carbohydrates: 7 g

Notes

I like to use backstrap and sweet meat (tenderloin) for this recipe when I don’t use ground venison burger. They make great steaks. 

This goes great with fried potatoes and a big fat cat-head biscuit. It’s also delicious with mashed potatoes and covered with creamy chicken gravy. It’s great on a hamburger bun with a tomato or served with mac and cheese (no gravy). What does your family like to eat with chicken fried deer steak?

Chicken Fried Deer Steak with Gravy
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10 Responses

  1. You are a very persuasive writer. I am very hungry now. Many restaurants in the CR have venison dishes but it’s difficult to find to purchase in stores. Could I use beef in place of the venison?

  2. Great Recipes!!!! Delicious!!! The only other thing I do is marinate the deer cubed steaks in worcestershire sauce for 20 minutes. Thank you!!!

  3. Made this keeping the recipe exactly the same, it was so delish!! Only thing is the venison was very wet and I had a hard time making the patties, they kinda fell apart until I got a good crust on one side, any suggestions?

    1. I’m so glad you liked the recipe! I had that problem once when I put venison in a bowl of cold water to thaw. I didn’t realize the package had a little rip and the water leaked into it causing the meat to get wet. I put it in a drainer and let it drain for a little while, but it was still a little too wet, so I added in some oatmeal (uncooked) and that helped it hold together better.

  4. Was looking for something to do with a couple pounds of ground whitetail….. well this was amazing!! Thanks for the recipe!!! Was a huge success with the family! Will most definitely be keeping this one 👍🍻

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