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Old March 26, 2012, 03:50 PM   #52
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deer stake with mushrooms sauce


To prepare a deer stake in the oven you will need the following ingredients:

- 1 kg of deer thigh
- 1 mushroom can
- 4-5 garlic cloves
- 50 grams of smoked bacon
- 1 onion
- specific hunting condiments
- cooking oil

Preparing the meat

First of all you have to separate the meat from the bone. When you’re done separating them, drop the bone into a pot with boiling water together with some pepper and salt. The water will foam a couple of times until it becomes clean. Meanwhile, you can prepare the meat. You can start by stuffing it with bacon and garlic. When you have finished doing this, you will have to spice it on both sides with specific hunting condiments. After you have managed to do this, pour some oil into a tray, put the deer meat there. When done, add some water, but be careful that it doesn’t rise higher than half of the meat’s height. While you prepare the deer meat you should heat the oven so that you have it ready for cooking. It should be of a temperature of around 300-320 degrees.
The deer stake doesn’t cook very fast, so you shouldn’t rush to take it out of the oven.

Preparing the sauce

Put some oil in a cooking pan and add the onion that you have already cut into small pieces. Let it fry until it becomes of a gold color. When it does, add some mushrooms and the soup that you have got from boiling the deer bone. If you want your sauce to be more exquisite you can add half a glass of white wine. Wine goes hand to hand with the deer stake. Let the sauce boil for a small amount of time, after which, you may remove it from the fire. When the deer stake is ready, just pour the sauce on the meat and return the deer stake back in the oven for another 4-5 minutes.

It may take some time to prepare a deer stake but the effort is properly rewarded. It’s not like each day you have the privilege to enjoy such a feast. It is much healthier than cow or pork stake, so it may easily end up to be one of your families favorite foods.

Good appetite!
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