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Venison shoulder

Got one left that somehow missed being sausage.

What's your best recipe for cooking a whole shoulder?

Haven't done one in years just looking for some new ideas.

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  • micci_manmicci_man Somewhere in FLPosts: 14,457 AG
    Wrapped in foil on the grill low and slow, don't over cook

    Chunk up and put in a crock pot with veggies, or not.

    Use whatever seasonings you prefer for either method.

    You better get some more meat because there isn't much on a single deer shoulder :grin
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  • StonewallStonewall Posts: 848 Officer
    I've never tried this but it sounds pretty good and simple.

    Venison Shoulder Recipe




    Yield: 6 servings

    1 Venison Shoulder

    1 tsp Pepper

    1 tsp Allspice

    1/4 cup Butter [softened]

    1 large Onion [chopped]

    1 can (12 oz) beer

    1 cup Sour cream

    1 can Cream of mushroom soup

    Season venison with the spices, rubbing in lightly, then spread the butter on the meat, covering completely.

    Place the roast in a 8" x 13" roasting pan and cover with the onions...

    Combine the beer, sour cream, and soup in a bowl and wisk until blended, then pour over roast...

    Bake in a 300 degree oven for 1½ hours until meat is fork tender (add small amounts of water if necessary)

    Serve with noodles, rice or potatoes.

    ** this recipe makes a tough cut very tender, and leftovers make great sandwiches
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  • dewyafishdewyafish Posts: 5,025 Admiral
    Inject it heavily, smoke it, cover it and let it simmer in the pan with some peppers onions and garlic.
    Pull the meat and add it back to the drippings.
    Serve with horseradish, mayo, and some mustard on Texas Toast.

    ****!!! I make my own self hungry!!!
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  • reel estatereel estate Posts: 1,402 Officer
    micci_man wrote: »
    Wrapped in foil on the grill low and slow, don't over cook

    Chunk up and put in a crock pot with veggies, or not.

    Use whatever seasonings you prefer for either method.

    You better get some more meat because there isn't much on a single deer shoulder :grin

    2nd this...cube it up and crock pot it on low with veggies, seasonings and i specifically use a few splashes of Dales marinade.....I don't precook the meat however,its left in the crocker about 6-8hrs so i don't want to make the venison any tougher than it already may be.
    Also add water and or beef broth in the crocker,i meant to include...
  • omegafooomegafoo Posts: 3,127 Captain
    Pressure cook that puppy! Comes out fork tender!
  • haydenfox!#$haydenfox!#$ Posts: 2,406 Captain
    Brine it. No matter what brine you use , add citrus, cinnamon and cloves. Inject it, stuff it with garlic cloves and smoke it.
  • FlashFlash Posts: 11,193 AG
    dewyafish wrote: »
    Inject it heavily, smoke it, cover it and let it simmer in the pan with some peppers onions and garlic.
    Pull the meat and add it back to the drippings.
    Serve with horseradish, mayo, and some mustard on Texas Toast.

    ****!!! I make my own self hungry!!!

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