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Venison Fajitas

Post  Maddox on 2011-02-05, 01:27

I have done this 3 times this year and they are just fantastic. I know some of you will say I can't believe you are using backstrap for fajitas but trust me it is worth it!

Recipe:
1/2 back strap or a small roast
1 green pepper
1 white onion
1 jalapeno
fajita seasoning

Directions:
Slice venison into 1/2 in cuts, cover in fajita seasoning and place in a bowl off to the side. Cut the pepper, onion and jalapeno into strips and throw in a saute pan on medium heat. Sprinkle with your fajita seasoning (see below for the home made mixture we use). Allow to cook until desired firmness. Remove vegetables from the pan. Turn heat up to medium high and place venison in the saute pan. Venison should be cooked for 3 min per side to keep to avoid over cooking. When venison is completed cooking turn off heat and stir in the vegetables.

Immediately grab a beer, tortilla, shredded cheese and sour cream and tear into this delicous mixture. In between large mouthfuls ensure you are taking sizeable drinks from your beer which will only add to the enjoyment of this dish!



Finished product!


Fajita Seasoning:
2 tsp salt
1 tsp pepper
1 ½ Tbs. cumin
1 tsp chili powder
1 tsp smoked sweet paprika
1 tsp regular paprika
1 Tbs. oregano
½ tsp red pepper flakes
1 tsp sugar
¼ tsp cayenne powder
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp onion powder

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Post  BIG J on 2011-02-05, 01:31

They do sound delicious! Add that to my leftover pile you have in your freezer for me!

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Post  dbagshaw on 2011-02-05, 15:08

wow! sounds good....and what an artistic touch....garnish and all!!!! :-)

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Post  BIG J on 2011-02-05, 15:35

all the detail to put garnish on top and then showcase it on a dixie paper plate lol!

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Post  Maddox on 2011-02-05, 15:51

That's how I roll! Champagne taste on a Kool Aid budget! Laughing

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Post  BIG J on 2011-02-05, 15:54

That's right! and when the ketchup gets low, you add a little water to thin it out...

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Post  Maddox on 2011-02-07, 22:57

That is the best idea I have heard in a long time!

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