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Old 02-25-2019, 12:33 PM
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I love cooking in the air fryer

this is a venison shoulder, seasoned, then put in the air fryer at 360deg. I do 15 minutes, then turn it over and do 15 more.

Then I take it out and cover it in foil and let it sit until it's cool enough to to cut and serve. Comes out tender and juicy. And is a pretty quick meal to make.





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Old 11-17-2019, 01:19 PM
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Sounds and looks good Jake. I will have to try that with a moose roast maybe..
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I am still working on making an elk roast that doesn't shrink and get tough and I have been doing them low and slow. Do the the fact that venison roasts have no fat on the inside, it is difficult to get them tender. I have been cooking for a long time and know how to cook. I generally do no get venison roasts cut from my deer other than beck roasts for Bot Boi (pot pie) but since an elk is so big it is either that or a half a ton of burger of which I got 35 lbs made.
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My roasts generally turn into deer bq and Italian deer.

A few bites right out of crock pot are decent to eat. After that, the meat needs dressed up with some sort of "cover scent". My $0.02.
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I just bought a Sous Vide, it will be delivered today. That will make sure I have a tender juicy roast.
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Old 11-26-2019, 03:22 AM
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Looks awesome. Whats the seasoning you used? I also like the Italian style venison roast with the peperoncinis
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Old 11-26-2019, 03:39 AM
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I don't remember. Just grab whatever sounds good from the cupboard.

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Old 12-17-2019, 01:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Oldtimr View Post
I am still working on making an elk roast that doesn't shrink and get tough and I have been doing them low and slow. Do the the fact that venison roasts have no fat on the inside, it is difficult to get them tender. I have been cooking for a long time and know how to cook. I generally do no get venison roasts cut from my deer other than beck roasts for Bot Boi (pot pie) but since an elk is so big it is either that or a half a ton of burger of which I got 35 lbs made.
Oldtimr, you want a tender deer roast? Cook it in a pressure cooker. Put in a cup of water (I add 3 beef bullion cubes) set the seasoned roast on a rack and cover with onion if you wish. Cook for 1 hour after pressure builds. It will fall apart, guaranteed.
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Old 12-17-2019, 01:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Bocajnala View Post
I don't remember. Just grab whatever sounds good from the cupboard.

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You cook like me...lol. I almost always add garlic salt or powder to every meat. And I like to experiment too.
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Old 12-17-2019, 01:28 PM
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Speaking from experience: Clem's pressure cooker roasts are delicious.

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