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Marinade Recipes
for Wild Game

This recipe was sent by Mike Hartman
Dads Hot Sauce Recipe
In a large mixing bowl add;
3/4 L of Vinegar
3/4 L of Ketchup
1/2 L of water
1 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Cayenne Pepper
1 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Cajun Spice Seasoning
1 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Salad Seasoning
1 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Montreal Steak Spice with Rock salt
1 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Chili peppers ground
1/2 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Steak Seasoning
1/2 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Steak Seasoning
1/2 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Montreal Steak Spice Powder only.
1/2 Cup (2 Oz. Spice Jar) of Fajita Mexican Spice
4 Tblsp of Tarragon
4 Tblsp of Ground Black Pepper
4 Tblsp of French Fry Seasoning
4 Tblsp of Ground Mustard
2 - 3 Tblsp of Table Salt
2 Tblsp of Plumb Sauce
2 Tblsp of Garlic Powder
1 Tblsp of Thyme Leaves Ground cource
1 Tblsp of Parsley Flakes
1 Tblsp of Paprika
1 tsp of Dill Weed
1 tsp of Cloves Ground
Mix well with egg beater makes two liters hot sauce

Please share with your readers, hope they enjoy it as much as I do,
Mike Hartman

This recipe was sent by Trigger
Marinade For Wild Meat

1/4 cup red wine vinegar
2 tbsp vegetable oil
2 tbsp soy sauce
2tbsp catsup
1/4 tsp onion salt
Garlic powder to taste
Black pepper to taste
Combine ingredients and pour over meat 
and let sit in fridge for 12 -24 hours before cooking.
 A real must for deer steak!!!

This recipe was sent by Nova
Marinade, For Large Game
1 qt. red wine, beer, or cider,
2 cups vinegar
2 cups wild grape or currant juice
2 onions, sliced
Celery leaves (optional)
1 tsp. salt
2 bay leaves
½ tsp. cinnamon
Thyme or tarragon (about ¼ tsp.)
4 whole cloves

For best results, "stew" meat for two to three days - no less than one day. For faster needs, soak meat in salted water, draining two or three times, then leave in vinegar and water - with some onion - for an hour, using the wild fruit juice or jam to smear over meat when cooking.  If at all possible, try to always have cinnamon and cloves on hand to offset gamey taste. For the matter, I've tasted some mighty good venison with no other "stewin' " than a bottle of beer!

An important fact to remember is always use crockery or enameled ware to steep the meat... Never tin ware.

This is a recipe that I got from my Dad - SQ
BBQ Sauce

1 gallon Ketchup
1 1/4 cup Vinegar
1 cup mustard
1 cup water
2oz black pepper
Hot Sauce to taste

Mix all ingredients and use on meat of choice.

This recipe was sent by Robert of Eugene Oregon
Marinade or BBQ Sauce

Take two 1 lb boxs of brown sugar into lg. sause pan, add 2 large jars of puried appicot or peach baby food Fill each jar once with Keikomans terriaki sauce.  Blend all together over low heat, can burn it!  Can use right away once all has cooked together.  Put left overs in glass jar and seal, will last  quiet awhile in fridge!  I prefer it on beef, bear, venison, elk! Its awsome on roast beef sandwichs!, warm!! hope someone likes it as well as me and my family! Robert of Eugene,Oregon. 

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Jerky Marinade

I've been making jerky for about three years, 
only when I get a wild hair to do so:). 
I've found this marinade to work great!
Everyone that tries my jerky or eats a steak off my grill loves it. 
Plus it's so simple I don't know why anyone else has not sent it to you.

It consists of  "4" equal parts of:
1. worcestershire sauce
2. teryaki sauce
3. soy sauce
4. water or beer

For jerky I lay the meat on the trays and season to taste with black pepper and garlic and a lil' white pepper   When my wife wants some I use  the white pepper and garlic for a lil' brown sugar.  I know this doesn't sound like much but trust me ya gotta try it it really is great.

This recipe sent in by Phil Blohm (Stillwaters)
Venison or Wild Turkey Marinade

1 ½ - 2#  Venison steaks (or wild turkey)
1 tsp. Garlic salt
1 - 1 ½ tsp. Ground ginger
1 green onion, chopped
¾ cup soy sauce
3 T.  Honey
2 T.  Red wine vinegar
Mushrooms (optional)

Mix all ingredients together except steaks and mushrooms. Pour marinade over steaks in shallow baking dish.  Cover with plastic wrap.  Let stand for 5-10 hours, turning several times.  The longer the time it is marinated, the more tender and tastier the meat. 
Grill or broil.

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