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#7944868 - 09/01/12 02:56 PM Venison blade steaks
JimBo Hops Offline
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Got some venison blade steaks in the freezer but I think I'm going to cook them up on labor day. What's the best way to cook these to keep them tender and juicy? I pan seared some ribeyes a month or so ago and they came out wonderful, but I don't know if I should do the same with these blade steaks. Just looking for some tips and suggestions.
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#7945166 - 09/01/12 05:18 PM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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Chicken fried venison steak is a wonderful thing. Not bacon wonderful, mind you, but still wonderful.

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#7945272 - 09/01/12 06:13 PM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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True, it's tough to top chicken fried steak and gravy.
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#7945472 - 09/01/12 08:12 PM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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SASHCAUTCH BITES

I COULDN’T SHOOT A SASHCAUTCH, BUT I FOUND ENOUGHT SCAT; I MEAN VENISON BLADE STAKES

1/2 cup Worcestershire
1/4 cup soy sauce
1/4 cup original Louisiana Hot sauce
2 cans Rotel drained (one HOT) - Tomato, green chili and onion
1 can green chili
1 finely chopped onion
1 can mushroom parts drained.
1 package of Hot Wings dry rub.
1 box of Brown Wild Rice to soak up liquid.

CUT THE VINESON INTO BITE SIZE PIECES: Add all ingreadence and mix with hands thoroughly. Place a loaf of Sashquatch Bites on double heavy aluminum foil. Make a loaf about 20"L X 6"W 3" Thick. Lay two more layers of foil on top and seal the loaf. Place in refrigerator for 24 hours.

The following day, fire up the grill to about 450 degrees. And place foil loaf on the grill for 30 minutes then turn it over for 30 minutes.

COMMENTS: Hunting down a Sashcautch is not easy. You are going to work up a big appetite. That growl you heard while preparing this may not have been your stomach. Your gona wants to; but don't slap yoh mama!!


CLEANUP: Easy as washing one pan, throwing away the cans and cleaning up the SCAT.
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#7945997 - 09/01/12 11:04 PM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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Is that stuff pretty spicy? I'm gonna be feeding my kids with the steaks also. I don't want it too spicy for em. That recipe looks really good though!
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#7946296 - 09/02/12 07:55 AM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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It is spicy. So just back off with the hot rotel and hot wing seasoning. Substitute your favorite seasoning. The regular Rotel will not be hot. The only heat it will have is the onion and you can leave that out if they don't like cooked onion. The green chili isn't hot at all.
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#7946355 - 09/02/12 08:33 AM Re: Venison blade steaks [Re: JimBo Hops]
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Pound them down with a tenderizing hammer, milk, egg, flour and repeat. toss into hot grease, make some gravy out of the grease drippings. Sides of choice would be mashed taters and jalapeno black eyed peas. food peep

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