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corozon de venada #7337307 11/04/18 06:30 PM
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For years I tried to eat deer heart. I used intricate recipes. Then KISS. Trim heart, cut into 1" thick 2"wide strips. Pound with commercial Fajita season with meat tenderizer, I use Fiesta, or your own mix, olive oil and lime juice. They're ok at this point, but left in the 'fridge for a couple hours are more tender. They're best cooked when at room temperature to about medium-rare. Serve/eat as you would any fajita. capt david

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Re: corozon de venada [Re: captdavid] #7337391 11/04/18 08:24 PM
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I watched a hunting show years ago where a chef de-valved a deer heart, then cooked it. Salt, pepper and olive oil. I havenít done it myself, but it sounds good


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Corazon de Venado.

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Re: corozon de venada [Re: captdavid] #7337653 11/05/18 01:28 AM
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Dice it into small pieces. Make a 1 cup flour and 1 cup oil roux.color of dark peanut butter. Mix together and simmer down a little onion. Add a can of cream of mushroom and a bunch of sliced fresh mushrooms. Season to taste. Little white pepper, black pepper, garlic, nature seasoning,etc. Pour over rice. I do the same with duck....sometime add deer and duck to same pot. Makes a real rich gravy that's good over rice...kind of like giblet gravy. We always save the hearts.

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I cook it by rolling heart pieces in seasoned flower and place in pan and brown it with a couple tablespoons of oil or butter. Set browned meat aside and put sliced onions in pan and saute the onion. After onions are ready add meat back in and pour in two cups of hot water with a tablespoon of flour mixed into the water. Salt and Pepper to taste and bring to a simmer stirring while scraping the bottom of the pan to remove stuck pan drippings. It will thicken into a gravy and let it simmer for a while to make it tender. Serve over rice like beef tips. Pretty good eats!

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Trim the caps off, cut the visible connective tissue inside, slice thin and soak in milk for a bit, then season and pan fry... AWESOME with fried eggs and biscuits.


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