Here is the BEST way to prepare venison. Sarah said she wished this was handed out on Halloween. I have no pics. I'm lucky I got a taste, everyone ate this so fast.
#1 Have family that hunts and gives you free, organic meat.
#2 Plan to have meatloaf using ground venison, but discover you only have small steaks and a roast left.
#3 Have your dh botch a recipe. Say, instead of a 1/2 c. of red cooking wine he accidentally uses red wine vinegar. Then he saves the mistake to use as "salad dressing."
#4 No one uses said dressing for over a month.
#5 You plan to throw it out.
#6 Start pounding the steaks with a meat hammer. You want them thin and moist. No one likes thick raw-hide for dinner.
#7 Ponder what will provide the moisture and recall the "dressing."
#8 Soak steaks in "dressing" for 10 minutes or so before browning.
#9 Serve delicious dinner with steamed organic peas and organic brown rice. Warning, have the peas and rice ready. 1/3 of the steaks may be consumed before they even get to the table.
Here's the dressing:
5 oz. soy sauce (We use Amino Braggs.)
1/4 c. brown sugar
1/2 c. red wine vinegar
1/4 c. oil?
Sorry, I'm not sure about the oil. Jesse added it for "dressing" purposes, so it was not measured.
I used this on about 2 lbs. of small venison steaks.
Enjoy! (I know only a few of you will, but maybe others will not be afraid to try venison if it tastes this good. ;)