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#6054893 - 11/28/15 04:13 PM My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe
GeneC Offline
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Venison Tataki
3 pounds venison backstrap, cut into 2-inch steaks
4 oz lemon juice
4 oz soy sauce
4 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup sliced green onion

4 oz lime juice
6 oz soy sauce
4 oz red wine
8 cloves garlic, finely chopped
1 tsp ground black pepper

1. Place venison in a shallow baking dish. Mix all marinade ingredients and pour over venison.
2. Refrigerate for 8 hours minimum, 24 is best
3. Remove meat from marinade and pat dry. Discard marinade
4. Heat a cast iron skillet to high. Sear meat for 2 minutes on each side.
5. Place meat on a plate and immediately put in the freezer (yes, the freezer!) for about 30-45 minutes.
6. After 30-45 minutes in the freezer, slice meat as thinly as possible and arrange on a platter.
7. Mix the lemon juice and soy sauce and pour over the venison slices.
8. Drizzle with the olive oil and top with the green onions.
9. If desired, add freshly ground pepper.

Putting the venison in the freezer immediately after cooking will do 2 things -
1. stop the meat from further cooking
2. Make it easier to slice paper thin

Edited by GeneC (11/28/15 04:14 PM)
Edit Reason: spelling

#6054917 - 11/28/15 04:26 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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Looks good.
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#6054949 - 11/28/15 04:48 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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#6055343 - 11/28/15 08:47 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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Will the meat be cold or cool when eating? I wouldn't mind that but I typically only eat aged beef like that. I will get a steak from a reputable higher end steak house black&blue, never had venison like that. Looks good tho
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Ever spit it out rather than swallow it?

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#6055437 - 11/28/15 09:29 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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That looks awesome!!

#6055515 - 11/28/15 10:15 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: BigPig]
GeneC Offline
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The dish is served cold. It can be made ahead of time without the oil and then refrigerated. Oil is added right before serving.

#6056995 - 11/29/15 07:18 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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#6061742 - 12/01/15 09:06 PM Re: My Version of Venison Tataki Recipe [Re: GeneC]
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I saw your picture in your other post and followed you here.

Printing now for later use!

How was it?
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We kept it as a pet for several months until it got run over by a truck. Then we ate him.


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