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    Venison back straps in crock pot - need recipe

    Base Commander was asking me about doing the straps in the crock pot, I haven't a clue. If anyone has a recipe or idea I'd appreciate hearing it.
    Thanks - Steve
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    I'm all eyes. I have six in the freezer and would love to give one or two a spin in a crockpot.
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    Seems like a waste of the best cut to put them in the slow cooker.

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    I'm thinkin like Oz, I wouldn't do it to that cut IMHO
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    I couldn't even think about putting backstrap in a crock pot--wouldn't be able to sleep at night. I like it rolled in milk and floured and fried. Yum

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    Or sliced into medalions like a beef tenderloin, edge wrapped with a slice of bacon. A sprinkle of kosher salt and black pepper and onto a hot coal grill. Do your roasts in a crockpot. Just my 2 cents. rc
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    Sear medalions in bacon fat and sprinkle with powdered garlic, salt and pepper. Serve on a heated plate as fast as possible !!!

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    It would be a shame to put such a good piece of meat in a crock pot. So put something else in there- like a neck roast or shoulder roast. Add enough ginger ale to just about cover it. Add cut up onion, half a green pepper cut up, a couple of roma tomatoes cut up and some Morton's Nature's Season. Let it cook for hours. Add more ginger ale to keep it moist. Rotate the meat to even out the cooking. Throw in a bunch of carrots and let them cook in the ginger ale for hours. Add some taters. Its all going to be good.

    The Ginger ale and the onion/pepper/tomato blend gets you a sweet and sour taste into the meat that is awesome. The carrots get a great sweet flavor. The taters are just a requirement for having dinner.

    This is real easy and real good. I have done this with bear, moose, venison, pork, uh.... other meat... hawg even. Its just plain good.

    Hope this helps.

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    Backstraps are very tender meat. Crock potting them will cook them to mush. I cut them into one inch medalions, simmer them in olive oil, a little salt and pepper, until they are just lightly brown inside. Can't stop eating them until they are gone!

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    They also take on a very dry texture when cooked in the crock pot. Slice them up into 1 inch steaks. I always cut mine on a bias to make them larger. Season how you like, coat them in olive oil and throw them on a scorching hot grill. Flip once and run'em into the house. Honestly it's as good as any steak out there. But do not over cook it. Cook time is very quick. If in doubt pull them early, you can always throw them back on.
    Quote Originally Posted by crankshaft45 View Post
    Backstraps are very tender meat. Crock potting them will cook them to mush. I cut them into one inch medalions, simmer them in olive oil, a little salt and pepper, until they are just lightly brown inside. Can't stop eating them until they are gone!


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