How do you cook venison backstrap?
- Instructions Coat the venison backstrap in oil and salt well. Get your grill hot, clean the grates and lay the venison on the grill. Do the finger test to check for doneness. When the meat has been cooked to your liking, take it off the fire and let it rest, tented with foil, for 10 minutes.
What can I do with back straps?
What do you soak a deer backstrap in?
Soak the venison in white vinegar for one hour after you have finished soaking it in the saltwater. This will help tenderize the deer meat and remove any leftover “gamey” flavor.
How do you cut the back straps off a deer?
What temperature do you cook deer backstrap?
If you’re using a pellet grill, set your temp at 250°F—otherwise you can use your oven set at 250°F. Cook the meat to desired temp, then finish with a very hot sear at about 2 minutes on each side. Let the meat rest for about 5 minutes before you cut it up.