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Baked Deer Meat


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baked_deer_meat baked Deer Meat – The marinade included in this baked deer recipe recipe is beyond delicious! The loin roast marinates 24-48 hrs absorbing the flavors completely, and is then slow baked to perfection for oh so much tenderness.

Main Ingredient: Deer
Difficulty Level: 2

Ingredients to make Baked Deer Meat

8 lb Deer Tenderloin Meat* see note
MARINADE: 1 16 Oz. Can Small Whole Carrots, or more if needed
1 16 Oz. Can Small Whole Onions, or more if needed
Sliced Celery Stalks, as desired
2 Cloves garlic, halved
1 Tbsp Thyme
1 Tbsp Rosemary Leaves
2 Bay Leaves
1/4 C Minced Parsley
2 Whole Cloves
1 Whole Nutmeg *OR* 4 Allspice Berries
5 C Red Wine
1/2 C Brandy Or Vinegar
1/2 C Olive Oil
Cornstarch

*Rub with 1 tbs. salt and 1 tsp. pepper.

Directions to make Baked Deer Meat

Step 1:Combine all of the above ingredients except the carrots, onions, and corn starch, in a large container. Stir. Add piece of deer meat and marinate for at least 24 hours, turning occasionally. May be marinated for as long as 48 hours.. Bake at 300 – 350 until done
Step 2:Remove meat from marinade; strain marinade and thicken it with a little cornstarch and water, which have been returned to original cooking container. Add meat, carrots, and onions. Return to oven and heat thoroughly.
Step 3:Cooking time for 8 pounds is about 4 hours in a 300 oven. Extra marinade may be served separately. Meat should be turned or basted once or twice during cooking, but should not be covered during cooking.

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