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Venison Loin

Postby Chinchy » Wed Nov 12, 2008 8:54 am

We like deer loins smoked & I came up with this idea for something different & it turned out great!
Melt 1/2 stick of real butter & add to it as much Louisiana Hot Sauce as you think you can stand?
I added till butter looked almost same red color of sauce in bottle!
Take your good ole Cajun-Creole type injector & inject the meat as many places that you can get to hold marinate. Rub well with you favorite Cajun type rub & cook in smoker over mesquite chips till med-rare.
The loin I smoked was the most tender & moist loin I have ever cooked!
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby MillerClemsonHD » Wed Nov 12, 2008 10:50 am

Chinchy wrote:We like deer loins smoked & I came up with this idea for something different & it turned out great!
Melt 1/2 stick of real butter & add to it as much Louisiana Hot Sauce as you think you can stand?
I added till butter looked almost same red color of sauce in bottle!
Take your good ole Cajun-Creole type injector & inject the meat as many places that you can get to hold marinate. Rub well with you favorite Cajun type rub & cook in smoker over mesquite chips till med-rare.
The loin I smoked was the most tender & moist loin I have ever cooked!


This sounds excellent. I have another one I will share as well sounds like one you would like as well.

Take 2 loins inject with your choice of cajun injection. I usually go with creole garlic/creole butter about 50/50 but have some others I plan to experiment with soon.
Roll the loins in spicy brown mustard.
Then roll in a 75 course/25 fine fish fry batter. (If you like spicy be sure to add cajun rub to taste, more the merrier)
Heat turkey fryer or other to 350. Once on constant temperature for a few minutes and not moving around fry for 6-9 min depending on size of loin.
Let cool for a few minutes and enjoy.
Cooked a few this way this summer that had been in the freezer and were the best piece of meat we had ever eaten. Could be cut with a butter knife, juices running over the whole plate with a little crispy crust on the outside edge. Not to mention full of flavor. We had a couple of quail that we tossed in as well and some sides of vegetables (homemade onion rings, jallapeno poppers). Wife was out of town so veggies were a priority but this could be severed as a very nice meal with wine instead of rings, poppers, and beer.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby GSPmom+2 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 12:21 pm

OH Guys,

That Just solved the problem as to what to fix for dinner, that sound awsome. with some mashed tatoes as my granddaughter sez.

WHo needs to look in a cook book for Ideas. just come here.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby MillerClemsonHD » Wed Nov 12, 2008 1:23 pm

GSPmom+2 wrote:OH Guys,

That Just solved the problem as to what to fix for dinner, that sound awsome. with some mashed tatoes as my granddaughter sez.

WHo needs to look in a cook book for Ideas. just come here.



I know what you mean all kinds of good recipes around here. I'm still working on finding some Venison this year. Next to impossible to get access to land here in the south to deer hunt I have resorted to paying someone for the processing of one they shot. I value my life to much to wonder onto public land around here, and getting an invite to private land is about as easy as hitting the lotto.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby edondero » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:00 pm

doug, first im surprised you didnt try deep frying it! (i thought about doing a little fried chicken this weekend but im bringing the pork tacos like last time)
if you want deer i have a couple pounds in my freezer and a guy on my crew just hit an 8 point buck this weekend, i am sure he'll be giving me some soon.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby MillerClemsonHD » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:37 pm

edondero wrote:doug, first im surprised you didnt try deep frying it! (i thought about doing a little fried chicken this weekend but im bringing the pork tacos like last time)
if you want deer i have a couple pounds in my freezer and a guy on my crew just hit an 8 point buck this weekend, i am sure he'll be giving me some soon.


Em its in the turkey fryer so of course we fried it. Its either on the smoker, fryer or on the grill. You going to come to gville for the BBQ cook after thanksgiving. Gotta feed 100 people should be fun.

Im ready for some pork tacos. Put the receipie on here as venison could easily be substituted for pork and still be very good. We will take all the venison he has to give away. See you Friday. :D
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby CherrystoneWeims » Sat Dec 20, 2008 3:39 pm

MillerClemsonHD wrote:I know what you mean all kinds of good recipes around here. I'm still working on finding some Venison this year. Next to impossible to get access to land here in the south to deer hunt I have resorted to paying someone for the processing of one they shot. I value my life to much to wonder onto public land around here, and getting an invite to private land is about as easy as hitting the lotto.


Heh heh! Doug, I just shot a doe off of my back porch yesterday afternoon!

Dogs were going nuts in the kennel I peeked over my shoulder out of the window and there were five does in the backyard. I don't live in the city and since I am the occupant, landowner and we have acreage I took out the 12 gauge, went on the porch, and dropped her right there. I hadn't even had a chance to change my clothes from being out Christmas shopping. My husband laughed and called it "Barbie Doll Hunting".

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We have way too many deer here lately. They even go so far as to rub themselves on our central air unit and the corners of the house! I went to let Cassie out last night to potty and there was a herd of at least 10 in the front yard. Too bad it was after dark! There's been a beautiful buck around but we've only seen him after dark. I'm keeping an eye out for him.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby MillerClemsonHD » Mon Dec 22, 2008 9:00 am

CherrystoneWeims wrote:
MillerClemsonHD wrote:I know what you mean all kinds of good recipes around here. I'm still working on finding some Venison this year. Next to impossible to get access to land here in the south to deer hunt I have resorted to paying someone for the processing of one they shot. I value my life to much to wonder onto public land around here, and getting an invite to private land is about as easy as hitting the lotto.


Heh heh! Doug, I just shot a doe off of my back porch yesterday afternoon!

Dogs were going nuts in the kennel I peeked over my shoulder out of the window and there were five does in the backyard. I don't live in the city and since I am the occupant, landowner and we have acreage I took out the 12 gauge, went on the porch, and dropped her right there. I hadn't even had a chance to change my clothes from being out Christmas shopping. My husband laughed and called it "Barbie Doll Hunting".

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We have way too many deer here lately. They even go so far as to rub themselves on our central air unit and the corners of the house! I went to let Cassie out last night to potty and there was a herd of at least 10 in the front yard. Too bad it was after dark! There's been a beautiful buck around but we've only seen him after dark. I'm keeping an eye out for him.



Good job Pam. I'm jealous. Sure wish I could shoot them off my back porch. I don't live in the city limits but close enough there is no hunting in my back yard. I'm still trying to figure out if I could shoot some 22 shorts and keep it quite enough not to upset the neighbors so I can thin out the squirrel population.

Good luck on catching that buck before the season ends and have a good Christmas.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby CherrystoneWeims » Mon Dec 22, 2008 12:27 pm

I'm still trying to figure out if I could shoot some 22 shorts and keep it quite enough not to upset the neighbors so I can thin out the squirrel population.


Try a pellet gun. We had a problem with pigeons roosting under our deck when we lived out at the beach. They were crapping all over and making such a mess. My poor old Lab mix would have pigeon crap on her head! We took care of them with the pellet gun and the neighbors were none the wiser.
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Re: Venison Loin

Postby Joe C. » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:41 am

Am really surprised that in this entire thread no one mentioned bacon wrapped filet mignon. This is the only way my wife and I will do a venison loin, (and consider all others to be inferior - not to put down anyone else's methods though). We normally get 16 filets per deer and use the thick sliced pepper bacon. We normally grill them over wood or charcoal seasoned only with salt, pepper, and thyme. My wife's favorite preparation though is Steak Oscar, (grilled filet mignon topped with lump crab, asparagus - blanched, ice bathed, and then sauteed in extra virgin olive oil with garlic, and topped with bernaise sauce). Try this along side of herbed potatoes, (rosemary & thyme), or wild rice. Pair with a nice zinfandel, merlot, or even cabernet savignon. It's really hard to beat this one and it has made many converts out of people who... "don't like venison or wild game".
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