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Rudolph Beware!

CLICK HERE for more Wild Game Recipes!Grilled Caribou Steaks
 
Ingredients:
 
6 1/2 thick caribou steaks
 
3 slices/Tbs. bacon fat (or lard)
 
1 pkt. basting sauce
 
1 1/2 cp. red wine
 
3 Tbs. oil
 
1/8 Tsp. ginger,Ground
 
1 Tsp. hot pepper sauce
 
1 Tsp. salt and black pepper
 
Preparation:
 
Combine all the basting sauce ingredients and soak the venison slices in the sauce for at least 24 hours. Pour off and reserve the sauce. Put the meat on a board and pat it dry, then nick the edges of the slices and rub them all over with the fat. Heat the grill to medium-high and grill the steaks until medium-rare. Baste the meat with the reserved basting sauce while cooking and turn it once. When done, transfer the slices to a warmed serving platter, and serve at once, with the remaining sauce in a sauce boat.
 
 
 
 
 
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