This may just be the most addictive jerky ever made!!!!!
When using this marinade on all our venison and beef cuts the results are outstanding. Tender, delicious meat every time. We mostly grill our meat. Also, anyone who says they don't like wild game MUST try this recipe and you will become a fan of it! The longer it sits in the marinade the more tender the meat will be. It is really important to trim all the fat off the wild game.
A marinade that will make your mouth water and make your choice of cut of meat tender enough for a fork!
Butter, white wine, and a squeeze of lemon are all you need for a great marinade for grilled venison. This will get rid of the "gamey" taste in venison.
A marinade for venison round steak, inspired by a French dressing mix and herbs de Provence. Recipe also includes stovetop cooking instructions. Venison is also good when served with wild rice and tart fruit. While the venison is cooking, you can add vegetables to the skillet, such as chopped carrots, onions, mushrooms, parsnips, Brussels sprouts, etc. You might even want to experiment with cooking wine--Cabernet, Merlot, etc.
This is a great New York recipe for chicken, venison, beef, pork, and more. Make a second batch of the marinade to drizzle onto the finished sandwiches.
Don't remember where it came from but it's the best venison or flank steak marinade I have ever used. Garlic potatoes and green beans combine for an outstanding meal.
This great marinade is equally good on beef as well as venison. I always set some of the fresh marinade aside in a separate dish after I make it. I use it to lightly brush meat after grilling.