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Venison Medallions Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Tillie McMillan

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  

Venison tenderloin cut into 1" thick slices
Flour Mix
2c flour
1Tlb salt
2Tlb dry mustard powder
1Tlb cayenne(optional)

Syrup Mix
c maple syrup
1/2 c franks hot sauce(these are hot so just cut the franks if you like it milder)
1T worchestershire sauce


Directions:
Directions:
Cut the venison in to 1" thick chunks. Then mix the flour mix in one bowl and the syrup mix in another bowl. Heat the fry pan to fairly hot (5 on my stove) When pan hot melt lots of butter in the fry pan, dip the tenderloin into the syrup mix, then into the flour mix and drop into the butter. When browned they are ready. Do not want to over cook that is why fry pan should be fairly hot right at the start. These are good without the heat so you can cut the Franks hot sauce and cayenne if you like. The mustard powder should stay

 

 

 

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