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Deer Heart #8948808 11/03/23 12:16 PM
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Let's be honest, the dang near full stick of butter didn't hurt. grin
Gonna have to try this....assuming I miss my target ever so slightly. food

I love beef liver and have always wondered if deer liver would be similar. Anyone out there tried venison liver before?

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We usually clean and cube the hearts. Dust 'em with flour and lightly fry. Then transfer to a slow cooker in broth and make a stew.

I like deer liver from a younger deer. It's a little tougher than beef liver and a little less strong of a flavor than beef liver. Older deer seem to
have a stronger taste. Ironically, the axis livers that I have tried were pretty strong tasting.

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they make for good stir fry also.


lf the saying "Liar, Liar your pants on fire" were true
Mainstream news might be fun to watch
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I’ve had liver from an older buck, it was tough.



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Chicken fried deer heart, eggs, biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Can't beat it.


Shoot. Eat. Repeat.
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Originally Posted by chalet
Chicken fried deer heart, eggs, biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Can't beat it.



Mighty fine.

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Clean cube and marinade in guajillo chili paste, lime juice, and spices. Skewer, grill to med rare and serve with some good tortillas, cilantro, and raw onion

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Originally Posted by Double AC
Clean cube and marinade in guajillo chili paste, lime juice, and spices. Skewer, grill to med rare and serve with some good tortillas, cilantro, and raw onion


I need one of those tacos please.

My kinda cooking.

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Would , up

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The dogs enjoy it


Hunt Outside Of The Box


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Originally Posted by chalet
Chicken fried deer heart, eggs, biscuits and gravy for breakfast. Can't beat it.

Yes, that would be awesome right now!

Originally Posted by Double AC
Clean cube and marinade in guajillo chili paste, lime juice, and spices. Skewer, grill to med rare and serve with some good tortillas, cilantro, and raw onion


Where does a fella get in line for this?


Bobby Barnett

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Had it cooked similar to that video and fried both are good eats. Like noted above if you shoot a hole I. If you can’t eat it lol


It's hell eatin em live
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I’ll hollow it out a bit; stuff it with a cranberry stuffing; sear it; bacon wrap it; then, roast covered for an hour and 10 min at 350•
I’ll give this one a try

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Originally Posted by HuntnFly67
Let's be honest, the dang near full stick of butter didn't hurt. grin
Gonna have to try this....assuming I miss my target ever so slightly. food

I love beef liver and have always wondered if deer liver would be similar. Anyone out there tried venison liver before?






That’s the celebratory meal for every deer I’ve harvested. It does have a little more tough consistency than cow liver. 1/2 inch or less thickness cuts; get your onions going in butter; add liver; not too hot! Add a little water when color is desired, and simmer a bit longer until water evaporates. Pour over potatoes or rice. Bam! (ketchup as desired)

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