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Venison roast ::Nikki:: 1 child; Arkansas 2624 posts
6th Mar '13

Anyone have a good recipe for the crockpot?

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
6th Mar '13

If you slice it thin and season it, coat it with some flour and fry it on med/low in some butter for a while, it cooks slow, gets crispy and a little buttery on the outside, but tender on the inside. As for crock pot, I've never cooked it in there so idk.

::Nikki:: 1 child; Arkansas 2624 posts
6th Mar '13

My boyfriend and I are trying to steer clear of fried foods right now, but we have done that before but coated in crushed corn flakes and it was really good!

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
6th Mar '13
Quoting ::Nikki:::" My boyfriend and I are trying to steer clear of fried foods right now, but we have done that before but coated in crushed corn flakes and it was really good!"

Maybe you could do it like a normal beef roast. Throw it in the pot, add some water and seasonings. I like Aus Jus sauce lol. After a few hours add some carrots, onions, potatoes, basically whatever veggies you guys like.

Destinite 1 child; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 31782 posts
6th Mar '13
Quoting ::Nikki:::" My boyfriend and I are trying to steer clear of fried foods right now, but we have done that before but coated in crushed corn flakes and it was really good!"

You could use wheat germ as a breading and get safflower oil & fry (a healthier version). Delicious.
I would google recipes and look for recipes with high reviews.

Lilly and Laya's momma Due May 24; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Chesapeake, Virginia 8039 posts
6th Mar '13

Get a jar of banana peppers. Dump it and the juice in the pot then add some water. I also add onion recipe soup mix, onions, mushrooms, etc. Then I season the roast with a little bit of everything. Put it in the pot turn on low with the lid on. Occasionally use a baster and put some of the liquid on top of the roast. Halfway through I add beef stock/broth....It comes out yummy like pot roast

Lilly and Laya's momma Due May 24; 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Chesapeake, Virginia 8039 posts
6th Mar '13

If you have constant access to vension roasts buy a grinder and you can turn it into ground vension and make any meat you want. I do that. I also make jerky out of it. We will also take the left over roast shredd it and make it into philly cheese steaks or bbq sandwichs

Crystal 3 kids; Hephzibah, Georgia 15566 posts
6th Mar '13
Quoting Lilly and Laya's momma:" Get a jar of banana peppers. Dump it and the juice in the pot then add some water. I also add onion recipe ... [snip!] ... and put some of the liquid on top of the roast. Halfway through I add beef stock/broth....It comes out yummy like pot roast"

I've never tried that before, but it sounds really good!

::Nikki:: 1 child; Arkansas 2624 posts
6th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Lilly and Laya's momma:</b>" If you have constant access to vension roasts buy a grinder and you can turn it into ground vension and ... [snip!] ... make jerky out of it. We will also take the left over roast shredd it and make it into philly cheese steaks or bbq sandwichs"</blockquote>



We processed about 50lbs through the grinder last month lol
I have just never done a whole roast before :)
We did a lot of venison and pork shoulder in the grinder and a lot of Italian seasonings and it makes the best spaghetti ever!