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Grilled Venison Steak Made Simple
18 May 2009
[In Afrikaans]

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Grilled Venison Steak Made Simple
Simple is often best. The following is a simple, but well-proved recipe that doesn't require oodles of ingredients and should only be done on a braai grill.
Marinate (8 cm thick) venison steaks in buttermilk and meat tenderiser for 24 hours and wash thoroughly thereafter. Cover meat with mustard.
You will also need 1 tbsp pepper
2 tbsp olive oil
1/4 cup margarine
A dash of salt.
Brush steaks with olive oil and coat with dry mustard and pepper. Grill the steaks until done to taste, keeping in mind that the only profit resulting from overdoing meat is loss of taste and tenderness. Combine margarine and salt and brush on broiled steaks. Keep in mind that there is a reason why salt is added right at the end - it ensures tenderness.





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