Deer heart

Discussion in 'Iowa Whitetail Conference' started by arm, Oct 14, 2016.

  1. arm

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    Could have swore there was a thread about this and since then, I was going to try it whenever the next deer was available. So here I am, without the steps. Just slice and saute in butter? Or are we breading and frying these or grilling these?
     
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    Another tip in eating heart is to slice it thick then it dont get tough when u fry it.
     
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    Prefer mine breaded with flour, seasoned with salt and pepper. Fry in oil with a little bit of butter.
     
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    Fried Is good. Heart used to be the group meal on second day of shotgun 1. My mom used to slice them about a quarter inch thick and put them in a slow cooker with some cream of onion soup and beef broth. Made amazing sandwiches after a long day of hunting. I will get the exact recipe.
     
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    I smoked a couple last year and they were great! I just ate them sliced cold. Also started saving the liver for liver and onions, it's also good.
     
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    I like it sliced thin, sprinkled with a little Cajun seasoning, then tossed in a hot skillet with olive oil and teriyaki sauce....2 min each side and hurt yourself.
     
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    my wife cuts them in thin strips and dehydrates in the oven for jerky treats for our dog.
     
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    If you want em tender,,,crock pot em!
     

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