Homemade easy venison recipes that are sure to become your favorites!! With a high-profile flavor in each meat dish you will enjoy lean and delicious venison that is sautéed, grilled, ground, slow cooked, baked, and even pressure cooked.
Have you been wondering how to cook venison, the healthy meat? If you cook with beef, then you can essentially substitute venison in any recipe.
Check out all of these best venison recipes to give you some inspiration in the kitchen!
Depending on the cut of venison that you are using will depend on how to cook it correctly. Tender venison is best slow cooked but with the venison tenderloin, searing quickly is you best bet.
How do you make venison taste good?
Great tasting venison all starts in the correct processing of the meat. Make sure the venison meat is kept at the correct temperature at all times. Removing the tallow (deer fat) and the silver skin correctly that surrounds the venison meat will help in making great tasting venison dishes. Use the proper cooking method for the cut of meat that you are using will help to produce the best flavors for all your venison meals.
Best Venison Recipes!
9 Easy Venison Recipes
Homemade easy venison recipes to try that are sure to become your favorites!! With a high-profile flavor in each meat dish you will enjoy lean and delicious venison that is sautéed, grilled, ground, slow cooked, baked, and even pressure cooked. Have you been wondering how to cook venison, the healthy meat? If you cook with beef, then you can essentially substitute venison in any recipe. Check out all of these best venison recipes to give you some inspiration in the kitchen!
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Our family likes to make both chicken and venison because we can then have a variety for all to enjoy. My husband is an avid hunter, so we have a plentiful supply of venison. Using a venison tenderloin makes for a super tender kabob.
Perfectly cooked to make this simple venison stew recipe a family favorite. This delicious stew is chocked full of sliced carrots and diced celery. Choose from Instant Pot, Crockpot, Slow Cooker and stove top versions.
Smoking Venison Kabobs on a pellet smoker is super easy to do and it’s a very delicious meal that your whole family will love. By smoking venison kabobs, you will add an extra layer of smoky flavor than you would with just a grill.
This Dirty Cauliflower Rice recipe is a keto spin on the classic Creole dish. Simple, quick, easy and so delicious, this low carb, one pan keto cauliflower rice recipe can be on the table in less than 30 minutes! This is one meal the whole family will be begging for again and again!
This Shawarma is a close Lebanese cousin to the popular Greek Gyro, but it’s much easier to make. Yes it takes time, but most of it is hands off time. There’s no spit involved, just a lively lemony Mediterranean marinade, some time to let the marvelous flavors infuse into the meat and some roasting time in the oven. If you’re not into (or don’t have any ready supply of) venison, just replace with a nice cut of beef and you’re set!
Meatballs, without breadcrumbs? Can you DO that? Why yes, yes you can! And, as I discovered today when making these easy grain free venison meatballs, you don’t actually need anything to replace breadcrumbs if you have to eat gluten free.
Welcome to FROM MICHIGAN TO THE TABLE! My name is Chef Sherry Ronning and I am a food blogger from Michigan. Professionally cooking and baking Midwestern Cuisine for more than 30 years. Specializing in fresh fish, venison, farm raised meats and griddle recipes. Please enjoy my recipes!!