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Backstrap- fired VS seared #6945236
11/03/17 08:07 PM
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How do you like your backstrap cooked?

Backstrap
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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945274
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a little pan sear with some garlic butter in the cast iron skillet and I'm good.



Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945317
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Grilled

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945325
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Don't waste backstrap by frying it

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945345
11/03/17 10:17 PM
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This was really good



Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945354
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Yummy yummy,

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945387
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The reverse sear typed about many times on this forum
works really well. Much easier to get an even medium rare
on the rare side cook.

Last edited by PKnTX; 11/03/17 11:23 PM.

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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: PKnTX] #6945437
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I needed a yes button. I don't care how it is cooked. I'm in!


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6945642
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Grilled,fried or pan seared.

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6947120
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I love it grilled, have not had it chicken fried but I heard it is way good also.


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6947249
11/05/17 09:48 PM
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Plain old chicken fried is hard to beat.

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6947253
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Chicken fried blackstrap is one of my favorite foods.

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6948295
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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: ETexas Hunter] #6948313
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Don't waste backstrap by frying it

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6948317
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Backstrap is one of the good cuts. Cut it into steaks and cook on the grill like you would a filet!. For chicken fried, cut a steak off the ham, pound it tender, bread, fry, and cover in cream gravy..YUM!


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6948390
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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: unclebubba] #6948395
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Originally Posted By: unclebubba
Backstrap is one of the good cuts. Cut it into steaks and cook on the grill like you would a filet!. For chicken fried, cut a steak off the ham, pound it tender, bread, fry, and cover in cream gravy..YUM!


I have found the muscles out of the hind legs to make better/more tender and bigger steaks than the backstrap itself, but I will grill, sear in cast iron, or chicken fry any of it.

My favorite is to cut tenderloins into medallions and sear in cast iron, seasoned with salt course pepper and some garlic powder and served very rare.


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6959271
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Dumb question but how long do you sear each side?

Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: b weezy] #6959622
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Originally Posted By: b weezy
Dumb question but how long do you sear each side?


How done do you want it? I like rare my wife likes medium. I seared some nice 1.25 inch thick new your strips on Monday for 3 minutes a side in a hot cast iron skillet and they were more done than I would want and not quite done enough for the wife but were good all the way around.

Will depend on how done you want it, how hot your pan is, and how thick your cut of meat is.


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6959696
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4 mins each side in a cast iron skillet , 10 mins in the over at 350* for me. This one went back in for another 6 mins after cutting it open. The other 2 fillets were a nice med rare. But as redchevy said - all depends on thickness and desired cook



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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6960118
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I hear chislic is really good made with venison. Anybody ever had it?

http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/chislic-south-dakota-cubed-meat-2040861


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: Ox190] #6960462
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Originally Posted By: Ox190
I hear chislic is really good made with venison. Anybody ever had it?

http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/chislic-south-dakota-cubed-meat-2040861

never tried it but sounds good!!!


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: PMK] #6962761
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Originally Posted By: Ox190
I hear chislic is really good made with venison. Anybody ever had it?

http://www.cookingchanneltv.com/recipes/chislic-south-dakota-cubed-meat-2040861

never tried it but sounds good!!!

x2 sounds simple and good, will try this.


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Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: varnoldi13] #6965666
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I grilled some last night, with a horseradish sauce, topped with sauteed onions and mushrooms then served with asparagus and wild rice.


Re: Backstrap- fired VS seared [Re: bobcat1] #6973541
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Originally Posted By: bobcat1
I needed a yes button. I don't care how it is cooked. I'm in!


I with bobcat1 cook it and put it on a plate. My waistline is proof possitive I will eat it. up

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