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Venison Cheesesteaks

Post  Maddox on 2011-02-19, 20:52

The last day of duck season I was presented some of the best prepared cheese steak I had had in a long while and it turns out it was venison. The craving hit the other day so I pulled out a roast and fired them up.



1 Venison Roast
1 Bell Pepper
1 Yellow Onion
Worcestershire Sauce
Garlic Powder
Onion Powder
Red Pepper Flake
Steak Sauce


Directions: Take your partially thawed venison roast and slice thin (for this step my roast was 75% frozen and I used a mandolin to slice them evenly. It worked great!). For remainder of the thawing I marinated it in Worcestershire Sauce to tenderize. Once venison is thawed throw one sliced bell pepper and one sliced yellow onion (the wife added mushrooms) into a skillet with a little bit of olive oil. Season with Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, salt and pepper to taste. Cook vegetables for a few minutes until they soften up but still hold a bite and set them aside. Then in the same pan add a small amount of Olive oil and toss thawed venison in. The venison needs about 3-4 min at the most, DO NOT OVERCOOK! While the venison is cooking season to taste with the Garlic Powder, Onion Powder and Red Pepper flake. For the final minute of cooking toss back in the vegetables. Fire up some good bread, a nice slice of cheese, your steak, vegetables and a light drizzle of steak sauce for a knockout venison cheesesteak. It goes great with a cold one (of course Laughing)!

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Post  BIG J on 2011-02-19, 21:26

That looks awesome! Glad the venison is working out well lol

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Post  Maddox on 2011-02-19, 21:33

Yep your deer is damn tasty!

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Re: Venison Cheesesteaks

Post  dbagshaw on 2011-02-20, 09:58

Wow! That sounds really good!

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Re: Venison Cheesesteaks

Post  plumber1056 on 2011-02-20, 10:03

That looks like it would hit the spot.

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