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Bacon Wrapped Deer Bites!

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I would like to see and add to my recipe's for deer so I thought of sharing with you all. Lets all put a recipe down that you like the most out of all your recipe's! Here is my favorite!

Venison Marinade

1 Cup Soy Sauce

1/2 Cup Brown Sugar

1/2 Cup Vinegar

1/2 Cup Pineapple Juice

2 teaspoons Salt

1/2 teaspoon Garlic Salt

Boil all ingredients then let simmer for 10 minutes. While that is being done take your deer meat and cut into stew meat chunks. Wrap 1/2 piece of bacon around meat piece and put a toothpick through to hold on bacon. Let maridade cool and then when cooled pour onto meat. Marinate for at least 4 hours. I like to do 8 to 10 just because it seems like it takes better. Grill on tin foil and then serve up. The remaining marinade DO NOT TOSS OUT! Freeze it and then you can reuse it by boiling then starting from top. Hope you like it like my whole family did!

I did this recipe and thought of this idea. I took a 2-3 pound roast and cut into chuncks and it took 3 lbs of bacon and I still had a few left over that did not get bacon. I still tossed them in marinade. Enjoy! I really think you all will like it. It is great for Super Bowl Parties and stuff like that too. Here is what they look like before marinated!

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We always do this at camp a few times each year, but not with that marinade. Definitely going to give that a try this year. Just prep it all up at lunch and when you get back, flop it on the grill. Looks perfect to me. :eat:

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A buddy did it at our camp and boy it was great. I ate so much I was full and still trying to shove some more in my mouth!

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Looks like it could be a great new snack idea.One question though,aluminum foil on the grill,man that sounds like a crime to me.

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It is just to retain the bacon juice to boil into the meat! Better flavor! It does sound like a crime though! LOL

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It is just to retain the bacon juice to boil into the meat! Better flavor! It does sound like a crime though! LOL

makes sense... i'll have to try it, if i can remember to. if i do i'll definitely let you know how it went. Thanks for sharing.

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Does look good, I'm planning on trying this this weekend...will let you know. Thanks for sharing.

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Pictures of the Cooking/Finished Meal!

Here is the finished meal to eat! Just put it this way I am FULL!

Here they are on the grill on tin foil!

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Here they are ready to eat!

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Get them made up and try them and let me know what you all think! I am sure you WILL NOT be disappointed!

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Here is the finished meal to eat! Just put it this way I am FULL!

Here they are ready to eat!

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I'm pretty sure they were ready to eat on the grill. And I'll be you a million bucks some of them got ate before the ever thought about making it to the plate. :p

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I'm pretty sure they were ready to eat on the grill. And I'll be you a million bucks some of them got ate before the ever thought about making it to the plate. :p

You know it! We hunters have to test the product before the family gets to! I think I had 5 or so before I got in the house! LOL

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That's it, I'm doing this this weekend! :cool::D

Let me know what you think of them Ohio! I will say that you will enjoy them so much that this will be one of your best meals that you use deer with! That is if it does not rank at the #1 spot on your list! I will bet it is #1 or #2!

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That looks really good!!!!!!! I will definately give that a try this fall.

Do you have to flip them every now and then while they cook??

Are you using white or cider vinegar?

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That looks really good!!!!!!! I will definately give that a try this fall.

Do you have to flip them every now and then while they cook??

Are you using white or cider vinegar?

Yes flip them so you dont over do the one side. I used white but I am sure that it does not make a big difference. I will have to try it the other way and then go from that. LOL It is great I am sure either way. This is my #1 recipe for deer! I really like to share with fellow hunters what works because it is tough to find some good recipes for deer!

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Im going to the freezer right now to get out some meat to thaw.This will be perfect for football sunday.Thanks alot!!!

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Im going to the freezer right now to get out some meat to thaw.This will be perfect for football sunday.Thanks alot!!!

All I ask is that you let me know what you think and you will add this to your recipe book! LOL Monday night meal for the big game this week would be good!

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Well, now I have done it! The wife has friends coming over and I have to cook this all over again! Oh tear me up! I think I want to pass! NOT! I told her that I will be full by the time I get the meal in so she could eat with her friends! LOL

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Had these bites again tonight anyone else try my great recipe yet?

I'm waitin to kill a deer!!! You better believe that I'm trying this. They look absolutely amazing. I promise to let you know how it goes.

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Had these bites again tonight anyone else try my great recipe yet?

I made them last weekend for my daughters birthday. They were DA BOMB!!! Everyone loved them. I even got a venison hater to try one and she liked it. I soaked them for 4.5 hours and that seemed to good. Stone Cold, I owe you one! :cool:

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I made them last weekend for my daughters birthday. They were DA BOMB!!! Everyone loved them. I even got a venison hater to try one and she liked it. I soaked them for 4.5 hours and that seemed to good. Stone Cold, I owe you one! :cool:

Thank you so much! Like I said a while back this is my #1 recipe! I enjoy sharing my recipes with fellow hunters. I know the group of guys we have around here are really tight when it comes to hunting and stuff like that.

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