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Venison Cutlets #2713651 11/02/11 03:56 AM
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Anybody got a recipe for the cutlets? I was thinking about pounding them thin and trying to chicken fry them but wasn't sure if they would be tender enough.


Re: Venison Cutlets [Re: ndhunter] #2714170 11/02/11 01:33 PM
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yes, do that....cutlets are for Chicken Fried for sure....they will be tender if they are cut thin, but may need to beat a little more....



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Re: Venison Cutlets [Re: Texaswolf] #2719912 11/04/11 01:11 AM
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If you have your deer processed, tell them to cut some of it into steaks and run them through the cutlet machine twice, They will be fork tender and ya can't beat 'em with mashed tators and gravy.


Re: Venison Cutlets [Re: furfinrfeather] #2720289 11/04/11 02:58 AM
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Running them through a tenderizer is the best way



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