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T. Edward Nickens's Best Backstrap Recipe Ever

T. Edward Nickens's Best Backstrap Recipe Ever

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from stumpthumper wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

bacon, cream cheese, backstreap---mmmmmmmmmmm smokey cheesey meaty

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from prairieghost wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

tried this last week. it was good. the flavors worked well together but wouldn't go as far as saying its the "best backstrap recipe ever."

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from colbylysne wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

prairieghost, you may be right, but I'm willing to bet its Eddie's Best Backstrap Recipe Ever. Cheers.

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from Smitty77 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Id be willing to try this recipe. Sounds okay but why hide the true flavor of the venison so much? My favorite way to marinate and cook venison is this. Marinate in soy sauce, garlic, onion and seasonings of choice for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. Slice into medallions and then grill to medium rare. Out of all the ways ive tried to cook back straps this is my favorite. The taste of the meat is still there, not hidden.

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from KingFisher907 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

sounds good, Ill give it a try, thanks for posting!

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from jesseoneil wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

it looks good ill try it

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from vicferrari98 wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

bacon makes everything better, sounds like a winner

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from chrishunts wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

I have been useing this recipie for the last several years. The only difference is I use Russian dressing as the marinade. This recipe is so stinking good, I cant keep my family out of it long enough to get a helping for myself. Try it, I would venture you dont flour and fry another backstrap again. I dont.

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from Bill Fischer wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

Sounds good but like Phesent getting real fancy just hides the excellent natural taste.

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from marceaton wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

looks delicious!!

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from Taylor Fitzpatrick wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Sounds good i will have to try it.

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from Scott in Ohio wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Tried this last night. Good, but I still don't quite get the cream cheese. no sure that I would add that ingredient again.

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from buck hunter 17 wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

that sounds SO good im going to try it tonight.

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from Love2Hunt wrote 5 years 8 weeks ago

This sounds great. Another recipe that I use is just some Paul Newman terryiaki flavoring. Just let the meat sit in the sauce for a couple hours or as long as you want. It makes a great marinade and makes the meat pretty tender too.

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from Alex Williams wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Mr. Nickens, you have accomplished where i have failed for the past four years. No matter how i prepared the delicious venison, my mother would not put it in her mouth. So, i prepared this wonderful recipe and told her it was beef... She asked for seconds! thank you very much and it was quite delicious.

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from Smitty77 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

Id be willing to try this recipe. Sounds okay but why hide the true flavor of the venison so much? My favorite way to marinate and cook venison is this. Marinate in soy sauce, garlic, onion and seasonings of choice for anywhere from 12 to 24 hours. Slice into medallions and then grill to medium rare. Out of all the ways ive tried to cook back straps this is my favorite. The taste of the meat is still there, not hidden.

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from stumpthumper wrote 5 years 14 weeks ago

bacon, cream cheese, backstreap---mmmmmmmmmmm smokey cheesey meaty

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from prairieghost wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

tried this last week. it was good. the flavors worked well together but wouldn't go as far as saying its the "best backstrap recipe ever."

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from Bill Fischer wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

Sounds good but like Phesent getting real fancy just hides the excellent natural taste.

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from KingFisher907 wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

sounds good, Ill give it a try, thanks for posting!

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from Love2Hunt wrote 5 years 8 weeks ago

This sounds great. Another recipe that I use is just some Paul Newman terryiaki flavoring. Just let the meat sit in the sauce for a couple hours or as long as you want. It makes a great marinade and makes the meat pretty tender too.

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from Taylor Fitzpatrick wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Sounds good i will have to try it.

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from vicferrari98 wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

bacon makes everything better, sounds like a winner

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from colbylysne wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

prairieghost, you may be right, but I'm willing to bet its Eddie's Best Backstrap Recipe Ever. Cheers.

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from Scott in Ohio wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Tried this last night. Good, but I still don't quite get the cream cheese. no sure that I would add that ingredient again.

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from jesseoneil wrote 5 years 13 weeks ago

it looks good ill try it

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from buck hunter 17 wrote 5 years 9 weeks ago

that sounds SO good im going to try it tonight.

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from Alex Williams wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Mr. Nickens, you have accomplished where i have failed for the past four years. No matter how i prepared the delicious venison, my mother would not put it in her mouth. So, i prepared this wonderful recipe and told her it was beef... She asked for seconds! thank you very much and it was quite delicious.

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from chrishunts wrote 5 years 12 weeks ago

I have been useing this recipie for the last several years. The only difference is I use Russian dressing as the marinade. This recipe is so stinking good, I cant keep my family out of it long enough to get a helping for myself. Try it, I would venture you dont flour and fry another backstrap again. I dont.

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from marceaton wrote 5 years 11 weeks ago

looks delicious!!

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