Medifast Venison (deer) recipes??

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I know venison is a nice lean meat and my husband is a hunter...thus lots of venison in the freezer.....but I have no clue what to do with it!.

I usually make meatballs or meatloaf out of the ground meat, but I'm lost with the steaks and chops. What do you use to get rid of the game-y flavor and season it? Any rubs or marinades to suggest?.

Thanks a bunch!.


Comments (9)

Marinade it in Diet Pepsi overnight. Works like a charm!..

Comment #1

My mom always soaked the deer in milk for a few hours, then pour away the milk. She has a recipe for a dish that normally uses veal and people ask her where she found the veal..

(This recipe is SO not Medifast friendly so I won't even tempt people with it...

Comment #2

I usually marinate ours in italian dressing overnight (homemade with Olive oil and Baslamic vinegar then italian seasoning) Walden farms sells both a classic italian dressing and a baslamic vinaigrette and they are calorie free..

Comment #3

Soak it in Monk's Bread..

It's a dish called Deer Abbey...

Comment #4

You can soak it in equal parts of water and vinegar with one onion cut up. This will take the gameiness (sp) out of it. Then spray a little Pam in a non stick pan, sprinkle with Old Bay Seasoning and little seasoning salt and then brown on both sides. I come from a huge family of hunters and the vinger, water, onion has been what the cooks in the family swear by...

Comment #5

Too funny Lindsay,.

My husband is addicted to hunting and has stocked our freezer full of venison. There is a website for venison recipes. They recommend soaking it in yogurt. If you use FF I think that would be Medifast friendly because you are not consuming the yogurt. You soak it overnight or at least for a couple hours. Then drain the yogurt off and rinse with water.

Use a cup saucer edge to tenderize the meat. Then season away.

Tonight my family had venison steak, cubed, in SF spegetti sauce. I had mine over veggies they of course had the carb loaded noodles..

Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any recipe ideas. I could go on..


Comment #6

We have alot of venison too. I have found if it doesn't have the bone on it you don't get the gamey taste. When we have our deer processed it is all made boneless. No more gamey taste at all. I cook it in alittle margarine/ oliveoil with salt and pepper. I add mushrooms and onions ( not Medifast legal anymore).

I make noodles or rice for the family...

Comment #7

I just laughed for at least 5 minutes over this...

Comment #8

I use the same as skyepup......never let me down....always tender and no gamey taste....hope this helps...Later Prez..

Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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