Some of the best meals you’ll ever have are home cooked and made from animals that you were fortunate enough to bring home yourself. With an animal that lived out its entire life in the wild, there’s no worries of artificial growth hormones or poor quality meat due to the animal being fed GMO food and kept penned up in its own filth, never seeing the light of day. That freedom and living life as nature intended results in high quality meat, naturally lean, heart healthy, and full of flavor.
Previously, we took a look at some basic cooking tips for venison and gave you some suggestions on ways to cook your deer that are both simple and delicious. To further inspire your creativity and willingness to cook and enjoy eating the deer you bring home, here is a recipe for breaded venison steaks. It’s a simple recipe that goes well with any vegetable combination. It’s also filling and kid-friendly.
You won’t need any unusual ingredients for this recipe, and it takes just under an hour from start to finish. It also cooks beautifully in a cast iron skillet. Best of all, you can use this same recipe with any type of venison steak. I’ve made it using butterfly chops and even odd sized pieces of meat I salvaged off half a deer a family member didn’t want to bother cutting up. Thickness of the meat doesn’t alter the recipe or the taste much, but it thicker pieces of meat will require longer cooking time.
Recipe for Breaded Venison Steaks Conclusion
And that’s all there is to it! This is a really simple recipe that’s easy to put together with ingredients you already have in your kitchen. You can pair it with a wide range of side dishes and even picky eaters will find it difficult to resist the smell and taste of these breaded venison steaks.