Grilled Venison


Wild Game Cooking: Grilled Venison – Texas Parks and Wildlife [Official]
Take the gamey flavor out of wild game. Regional cooking expert Jesse Griffiths, author of “Afield: A Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish,” shows how to grill venison to tender perfection and then dress it up with a tasty cream sauce. For recipe details, wildlife information, and places to hunt, see http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/exptexas/programs/wildgame/recipes/.

10 Responses to Grilled Venison

  1. David Galarza Jr says:

    This is awesome, thank you for posting this. My dad gave me some buffalo
    meat he had gotten from his friends, however it has a gamy taste, my
    question is does vinegar pull that flavor out, and how long do I let it set
    in the vinegar?

  2. Texas Parks and Wildlife says:

    The gamey taste is usually due to the meat not being cleaned and processed
    properly when harvested. Or, perhaps with your buffalo, the meat may be
    going bad. Vinegar (or Italian dressing) will mask the flavor but not
    really eliminate it. Don’t leave it in vinegar over 30 minutes or the meat
    will start to pickle and get mealy when cooked. A salt bath will help pull
    the blood out and make it less gamey (about a cup of salt per 2 gallons of
    water) but again, not too long.

  3. smiley3169 says:

    Soak in milk one buttermilk for a day two or three depending on frozen or
    not game gone, youtube has tons of vid on it

  4. smiley3169 says:

    Game has to do with age and gender not so much harvet

  5. Chefbombday says:

    I KNOW THIS GUY, so glad i found this lol good stuff

  6. AMBASSSIDOR says:

    I’m moving to Texas 

  7. Kenny Betsill says:

    The key to deer meat tasting good is cutting away all the tendon off the
    meat and tenderizing each piece on both sides and soak in water and drain
    all the blood from the meat as it takes several times till the meat starts
    to change color to a lighter red.Once this is done, the meat is ready to be
    cooked.

  8. zeroqp says:

    Wow. This looks outstanding. What’s even better is that it’s wild and
    natural, not some animal that lived a short life behind bars being fed
    cheap feed and often treated with hormones and what have you.

  9. Marnarabyss says:

    You’re amazing brotha.

  10. TwindianTime says:

    That’s all we eat is moose, deer, partridge and walleye! Barely ever have
    to go out n’ buy meat! Love the bush life

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