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#5486694 - 12/18/14 08:49 PM Stuffed backstrap
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Thinking about butterflying a whole backstrap for Christmas dinner. Does anyone have a good recipe for stuffing a backstrap?

#5486953 - 12/18/14 10:58 PM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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Originally Posted By: TCB
Thinking about butterflying a whole backstrap for Christmas dinner. Does anyone have a good recipe for stuffing a backstrap?

All I have ever done is cut one open length ways and fill it up with veggies, onions, bell peppers, etc. Then wrap in bacon and grill. So far this has been successful with aged venison.
I am also looking for better ideas.
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#5486969 - 12/18/14 11:27 PM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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#5490381 - 12/21/14 06:56 AM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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I did one the about a week ago that was a big hit , don't remember where I got it . Fillet a back strap out till it is a rectangle about 1/4" to 3/8" thick . Season it with your go to spices .I used seasoned salt ,pepper , garlic powder . Then cover the whole meat surface with slices of pepper jack cheese and then lay a boudan sausage in the middle and roll the thing up and wrap in bacon - the bacon weave works great . I cooked mine on a gas grill . Cooked to 165 internal temp , let rest then cut into 1/2" slices . Was dang good and purty to .
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#5491171 - 12/21/14 04:36 PM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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Butterfly the whole strap lengthwise then use fresh or pickled jalapenos and cream cheese in the center. Roll her up and wrap whole thing with bacon. Grill over oak/pecan/mesquite coals, keep off the direct heat and give it plenty of time to reach temp in the center. Can use salt/pepper or whatever seasoning you like but it really doesn't even need any. Slice and enjoy with a cold DosXX.

#5501155 - 12/26/14 07:02 PM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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The best one I have ever done was as follows:
Butterfly blackstrap and hammer until fairly flat, open a link of your favorite bodin! spread out the entire length and width of back strap and roll up. Wrap with bacon and slow smoke to 135*.it is awesome
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#5517692 - 01/03/15 06:09 PM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: Texasbdog]
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Registered: 10/18/06
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Partially frozen (venison) sausage can be stuffed into a slot cut with a filet knife. Will admitted it's kind of a perverse process, but the results make it worth it...

#5520898 - 01/05/15 08:13 AM Re: Stuffed backstrap [Re: TCB]
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cheers I do the same thing. up It helps if you butter your sausage up before you stuff it. I have entertained crowds doing this. grin Sausage stuffed bacon wrapped pork loin is some good stuff!


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