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Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Remove marinated venison backstrap and season it with salt and pepper. Heat butter and garlic in a large skillet on the stovetop. Over a high flame, sear the meat on all sides for a few minutes per side. Place venison in a greased, oven-safe dish and bake for 20 minutes (cook time may vary depending on thickness of

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While you're searing the venison, preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Transfer the oven-safe skillet with the venison backstrap into the preheated oven. Bake for about 12-15 minutes or until a meat thermometer reads 130-135 degrees Fahrenheit for medium-rare to medium. Let rest for 5-10 minutes before slicing. More ›

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Cover the backstrap completely, and discard the soaking solution in the morning. Prepare the Meat The USDA recommends roasting your wild game at 325 degrees F; using this moderately low temperature will help keep the backstrap tender and moist while minimizing shrinkage. While the oven heats up, trim any excess fat off your venison backstrap.

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Steps: Preheat an oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Mix the venison, egg, cracker crumbs, 1/4 cup barbecue sauce, onion, sage, steak seasoning, 2 tablespoons brown sugar, and 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce in a mixing bowl with your hands until evenly combined.

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Venison backstrap is the most lean and tender cut of deer meat and can be compared to a pork tenderloin or filet mignon. You can prepare a backstrap in a variety of ways. A simple method that does not require much experience is to lightly season the meat and cook it in the oven.

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Heat a medium sized oven proof sauté pan on medium high for about 3 minutes. Add the canola oil, the oil should almost be smoking, and brown the backstrap on all sides. Place the pan and the backstrap into the oven. Depending on the size of the deer killed the amount of cooking time will vary each time.

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For the Venison: Place venison pieces cut 3/4” thick into a ziptop bag, about 6- 8 pieces at a time or between two pieces of plastic wrap. Place the 2 beaten eggs in a flat dish, like a pie plate. In another flat dish or pie plate, place 2 cups of Parmesan Preheat …

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Heat a medium sized oven proof sauté pan on medium high for about 3 minutes. Add the canola oil, the oil should almost be smoking, and brown the backstrap on all sides. Place the pan and the backstrap into the oven. Depending on the size of the deer killed the amount of cooking time will vary each time.

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Instructions Slice meat into thin pieces (this is easiest to do if meat is still frozen). For a softer jerky, it’s best to soak the In a large releasable plastic bag, combine soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, pepper, garlic powder, onion Place meat in, …

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Instructions Preheat the oven to 375F. Pat dry a fully thawed, room temperature venison backstrap with paper towels. Slice the onions and add to a skillet with butter over medium heat. Sauté for about 5 minutes. Do not fully cook the Using a mortar and pestle, crush the sage and thyme into almost

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Instant Pot Deer Backstrap Recipes. 5 hours ago Crock Pot Venison Backstrap Recipes. 6 hours ago Instant Pot Low Carb Pork Tenderloin Stylish Cravings. 5 hours ago Place oil in the Instant Pot and set to saute. Add the pork tenderloin when the oil is hot and brown on each side, about 3-4 minutes each before flipping.

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Instructions Preheat oven to 375F. Sprinkle deer tenderloin with salt, pepper, and chopped rosemary. Let meat sit at room temperature ~ 15 minutes. Bring a medium size pan to medium high heat. Cast iron works well because it can go from stovetop to oven. Add olive oil and butter. When melted and

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Bacon-Wrapped Venison Tenderloin with Garlic Cream Sauce. a cast-iron skillet holding a bacon-wrapped roast surrounded by mushroom cream sauce. Credit: KGora. View Recipe. this link opens in a new tab. Trim venison tenderloins into roasts are wrapped in bacon slices, roasted, and served with a creamy mushroom sauce.

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The Best Methods for Cooking Venison Backstrap Recipes My friend and I think the best two way on how to cook venison backstraps are either seared in a pan and finished in the oven, or simply grilled.

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Heat half of the olive oil in a Dutch oven or a large cast-iron skillet with a thick bottom over medium-high heat. Fry the meat in batches until well seared. Season generously with salt and pepper. When the last batch of meat is golden brown, remove from the pan and put to …

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How do you cook a deer backstrap?

Heat a medium sized oven proof sauté pan on medium high for about 3 minutes. Add the canola oil, the oil should almost be smoking, and brown the backstrap on all sides. Place the pan and the backstrap into the oven. Depending on the size of the deer killed the amount of cooking time will vary each time.

What is a venison backstrap?

A venison backstrap is the strip of muscle that runs alongside the deer's spine, just under the skin. It's a wonderfully tender and healthy meat, and you can substitute backstrap into baked venison tenderloin recipes.

What is deer backstrap steak?

The whole thing gets wrapped in bacon to hold it together and to add a little fat because deer is incredibly lean meat. The Backstrap is the loin of the animal; it’s the tender meat sitting right along the backbone on each side. For this recipe I make a slit down the length of the backstrap to butterfly it.

What temperature do you cook venison backstrap?

Cover the backstrap completely, and discard the soaking solution in the morning. The USDA recommends roasting your wild game at 325 degrees F; using this moderately low temperature will help keep the backstrap tender and moist while minimizing shrinkage. While the oven heats up, trim any excess fat off your venison backstrap.

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