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Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« on: February 27, 2009, 01:52:19 AM »
You can do this with roast as well but i found i prefer my steaks done this way. I cant really get venison steaks to taste the way i like and keep them from getting dry on me.

First add 1/2 to 1 cup water to the cooker

add 1-2 packets of onion soup mix(personal preferance)

lay steaks in the mix(can use a rub if you like before hand)

whole vegetables in next( I use garden grown ), you can use what ever you prefer and change it up as you like.
             - Potatos(cut in half)
             - carrots(whole)
             - 1 whole onion cut in half
             - fresh tomatoes in half

place the cooker on low and let go for 6-8 hrs for best results, the meat will then fall apart like a well cooked roast and the vegies will taste amazing. This is something that my mother used to do when we were kids growing up. Feel free to do what ever you believe will help improve it. Look forward to some feedback.




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Re: Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« Reply #1 on: February 27, 2009, 05:58:48 AM »


Thanks for sharing !

i really have to stop reading these before  breakfest so hungry!!
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Re: Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« Reply #2 on: February 27, 2009, 06:57:48 AM »
You can do this with roast as well but i found i prefer my steaks done this way. I cant really get venison steaks to taste the way i like and keep them from getting dry on me.

First add 1/2 to 1 cup water to the cooker

add 1-2 packets of onion soup mix(personal preferance)

lay steaks in the mix(can use a rub if you like before hand)

whole vegetables in next( I use garden grown ), you can use what ever you prefer and change it up as you like.
             - Potatos(cut in half)
             - carrots(whole)
             - 1 whole onion cut in half
             - fresh tomatoes in half

place the cooker on low and let go for 6-8 hrs for best results, the meat will then fall apart like a well cooked roast and the vegies will taste amazing. This is something that my mother used to do when we were kids growing up. Feel free to do what ever you believe will help improve it. Look forward to some feedback.





I use almost the exact receipt, I replace water with beef broth, and 1/2 cup of (your choice) red wine. This will make you take back stuff you never stole
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Re: Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« Reply #3 on: February 27, 2009, 08:25:47 AM »
After being outside snowblowing this morning that's making me hungry.  ;D Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« Reply #4 on: February 27, 2009, 08:33:25 AM »
Sounds good, will add to my collection!!!    --9-8-7

We are also taking suggestions for the TH cookbook.

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Re: Venison steaks in the slow cooker
« Reply #5 on: February 27, 2009, 02:01:55 PM »
You can do this with roast as well but i found i prefer my steaks done this way. I cant really get venison steaks to taste the way i like and keep them from getting dry on me.

First add 1/2 to 1 cup water to the cooker

add 1-2 packets of onion soup mix(personal preferance)

lay steaks in the mix(can use a rub if you like before hand)

whole vegetables in next( I use garden grown ), you can use what ever you prefer and change it up as you like.
             - Potatos(cut in half)
             - carrots(whole)
             - 1 whole onion cut in half
             - fresh tomatoes in half

place the cooker on low and let go for 6-8 hrs for best results, the meat will then fall apart like a well cooked roast and the vegies will taste amazing. This is something that my mother used to do when we were kids growing up. Feel free to do what ever you believe will help improve it. Look forward to some feedback.





This does sounds good, due to food allergies I would have to leave out potatoes and tomatoes, but would add Turnip and celery and would use a cream of Mushroom soup, than add mushrooms just before serving. We might add wild leek or garlic also
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