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Cooking steak or tenderloins

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CanuckShooter

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Well the young fella cooked up some elk tenderloin from the cow he took this year. And he did something a little different, salt/pepper with butter on top and let sit for an hour or so before cooking. It was really really tasty.

How do you cook up some moose or elk steaks that isn't just tossing in a pan with some oil?

I like to put a dry mustard and worchester rub on before frying up sometimes, that is really good with an ice cold pilsner.
 

Steelwheels

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Cover meat with ground pepper, garlic powder, fine chopped oregano and Olive Oil for maybe 15 minutes and then to the Pan..Medium to High heat...

Medium Rare for me....
 

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Cover meat with ground pepper, garlic powder, fine chopped oregano and Olive Oil for maybe 15 minutes and then to the Pan..Medium to High heat...

Medium Rare for me....
your nailing that one SW ....... Or a quick throw on to the hot BBQ ....... Do NOT OVER COOK !

Flippin YUMMY
 

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I'm a minimalist when it comes to game meat. I want to taste and enjoy the flavour of the meat....

I just use a bit of S&P and really quick in the pan - no more than medium rare.
 

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Gotta be BBQed! Lately we've been using an awesome marinade for steaks that my daughter found on a website somewhere. It's so good, it's the only one we use now!

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Gotta be BBQed! Lately we've been using an awesome marinade for steaks that my daughter found on a website somewhere. It's so good, it's the only one we use now!
 

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Honey, dry sherry, olive oil, soy sauce, red pepper flake, lemon rind, ginger powder, garlic clove. My wife got this from a flank steak recipe, we tried it on some deer steak and that is the way we will do it from now on! Marinated some for a family friend, they fed some to their daughter who won't eat deer, she thought it was beef. So good!
 

KTownKiller

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Would you happen to have a link to that website where she found the recipe ????

I am always willing to try something new.

Lost the link. But here's the recipe for the marinade from Elyse's memory,

1/4 Cup Soya Sauce
1/4 Cup vinegar
1/4 Cup Olive oil
1/4 Cup Worcestershire sauce
2 TSP Dijon mustard
2 cloves garlic
pepper


Enjoy! KTK
 
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Bow Walker

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There is a simple marinade that I sometimes use on meat, including game.

it goes by volume - depending on the amount of meat to be marinated.

1/4 soya sauce
3/4 olive oil
fresh ground black pepper
fresh garlic cloves, crushed

then you can add herbs for taste such as rosemary, marjoram, oregano, and the like.

Marinate for up to 2 hours before grilling.
 
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CanuckShooter

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I've always been an HP sauce guy, while my wife prefers a BBQ sauce. But sometimes you try some of these rubs, or pepper corn gravies and it really adds to the whole dining experience so your not eating the same thing all the time. Try cooking your steak up as you prefer and serve with some pepper corn gravy on top....to die for!!

My wife makes roulatin sometimes too and I really like that!!
 

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