Deep Fried Venison Recipe

If you think venison has a gamey taste, try this venison recipe. It will melt in your mouth

Deep Fried Venison Recipe

Ingredients:

Directions:

Defrost the venison in the cola overnight in the refrigerator. Rinse thoroughly and drain.

PREHEAT the oil to 350 degrees and preheat the oven to 350 degrees. You will need a baking sheet sprayed with oil.


Now we are going to tenderize the meat with a mallet. Place the venison between two pieces of waxed paper and lightly sprinkle with flour. Pound out the meat and slice it in strips.


Pour the milk into a bowl and mix the pepper, garlic and flour in a plate. Dunk pieces in the milk and dredge in the flour mixture. Fry for 10 seconds or until the crust is set. Drain and place on the prepared baking sheet.

Bake for 45 minutes. If you wish you can fry the venison for 3 minutes and not use the oven at all.

For more delicious venison recipes, please visit www.MissHomemade.com.

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.

Recommended Articles

See More Recommendations

Popular Videos

MLF Pros: What

MLF Pros: What's Your Go-To Lure?

When all else fails, here's what these pros tie on.

Costa and Captains for Clean Water

Costa and Captains for Clean Water

With the company's heavy involvement in initiatives like Kick the Plastic and Captains for Clean Water campaigns, Costa's Amanda Sabin tells OSG's Lynn Burkhead all about the sunglass maker's unwavering commitment to help the freshwater and saltwater environment.

Costa

Costa's Award Winning Waterwoman Sunglasses

Costa's Amanda Sabin tells OSG's Lynn Burkhead about all of the great features that made the new Waterwoman frame a big winner at the 2019 ICAST show as well as out on the water.

Minn Kota's Brad Henry shows OSG's Lynn Burkhead that there's much to like in the new Minn Kota Riptide Terrova saltwater trolling motor that comes with I-Pilot and an 87-inch shaft.

Trending Articles

Unless you live in Antarctica, the only continent they aren't known to inhabit, there is a species Catfish

10 Biggest Catfish World Records of All Time

Jack Vitek - December 08, 2014

Unless you live in Antarctica, the only continent they aren't known to inhabit, there is a...

Experts agree record channel cat caught in 1949 was actually a blue catfish. Records

Upon Further Review: 70-Year-Old Catfish Record Voided

G&F Online Staff - May 22, 2019

Experts agree record channel cat caught in 1949 was actually a blue catfish.

While wildly popular amongst anglers around the world, the IGFA World Record book shows the biggest pike come from Europe. Records

Top 10 Biggest Pike World Records of All Time

Jack Vitek - August 19, 2015

While wildly popular amongst anglers around the world, the IGFA World Record book shows the...

Unlike many game fish, catfish can be harder to catch during the spawn. Here are some strategies. Catfish

Understanding Catfish Spawning

Keith Sutton - June 06, 2006

Unlike many game fish, catfish can be harder to catch during the spawn. Here are some...

See More Trending Articles

More Wild Game

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day (or any day) with this delicious Corned Venison Sandwich Recipe from Hi Mountain Seasonings. Wild Game

Corned Venison Sandwich Recipe with Spicy Mayo

Hi Mountain Seasonings

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day (or any day) with this delicious Corned Venison Sandwich Recipe...

This Maple Wild Turkey Recipe uses some of the best ingredients Maine has to offer. Wild Game

Maine Maple Wild Turkey Breast Recipe

Rick Browne

This Maple Wild Turkey Recipe uses some of the best ingredients Maine has to offer.

Use this corned venison recipe for deer or any other game meat. Wild Game

Easy Corned Venison Recipe

Hi Mountain Seasonings

Use this corned venison recipe for deer or any other game meat.

To make this recipe, braise wild game neck, shoulder, or arm meat, then add Traeger's Sriracha Sugar Lips Sauce and serve in warm flour tortillas straight from the grill. Wild Game

Braised Wild Game Shredded Tacos Recipe

John Dudley

To make this recipe, braise wild game neck, shoulder, or arm meat, then add Traeger's Sriracha...

See More Wild Game

GET THE MAGAZINE Subscribe & Save

Digital Now Included!

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Give a Gift   |   Subscriber Services

PREVIEW THIS MONTH'S ISSUE

GET THE NEWSLETTER Join the List and Never Miss a Thing.