Venison shoulder

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Venison shoulder

Post by TerribleTed » Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:15 am

What do you do with them?

I use to alway make grind but they make a beautiful roast that can be tender and tasty.

Last night a beef roast and a venison shoulder roast bone out. ( this is just a droned shoulder from the shank up trimmed)
foil pan
butter 1/2 stick
olive oil
Canadian - Montreal or Chicago steak seasoning
brown sugar

Butter the foil pan - stops meat from sticking
place both roast in
butter the tops
coat with seasoning
Then sprinkle with brown sugar
sprinkle with olive oil

Now put the pan on a cover grill
grill till brown
flip meats seasons and sugar and a little olive oil
put back on grill for about another 30 minutes.
This is a wall done recipe.

Both were tasty but the venison was devoured and it was more tender than the beef roast.

Served out side with potato salad and bread.

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Re: Venison shoulder

Post by Iluv2hunt » Sun Dec 02, 2012 11:30 am

I used to grind the shoulders too. Never again
Now, I cut the blade end off and the shank cut off with a sawzall to make it a nice clean cut and shape that will fit in a pan or crock pot(if its a smaller shoulder)
Add about 3 chopped onions, garlic, salt/pepper and a can of beef broth. Cook it till it falls apart. Shred the meat like pulled pork and make sammies out of it. You can vacuum seal whatever is left for later use
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Re: Venison shoulder

Post by GoodOyster » Sun Dec 02, 2012 12:21 pm

+1 on crock pot for shoulders - pork or venison. Onions, carrots, new taters, some Lipton onion soup mix, maybe a little Dales's sauce.
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Re: Venison shoulder

Post by Triple Creek Reaper » Sun Dec 02, 2012 2:55 pm

I always just smoked it then chopped it up for sandwiches. Will have to try the crockpot/pan method next time.
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