Turn heads with these savory grilled venison kabobs with romaine. The perfect venison appetizer or light dinner.
Quick Social Media Rant
Before we get to the Venison Kabobs I just have to say one thing. It seems like a day can’t go by without one social media network changing things for the better. Every time I think I have one figured out, poof.
Facebook makes it harder to see ‘pages’ feeds, google weren’t all timeline on me, Pinterest changed something (though, I can’t remember what, so it really must not have been that important) and Twitter gave us three more characters. Well, #%!…
I’m pretty sure our phones can flirt with people on Christian Farmer Mingle without us knowing it and my personal photos can be viewed by all on Picasa.
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No, let’s get on to the venison kabobs.
I know you’re here for the food. And these venison kabobs are going to make your day. I know my mouth is watering.
Why Eat Venison?
If you are lucky enough to know someone that provides you with venison, give them a big hug. Venison is the ultimate in lean red meat. Even cornfed deer have a much lower percentage of fat than cows do, so your meat will be super lean.
For some recipes this may not work as well, and you are going to have a hard time getting your venison burgers to hold their shape. But for anything where you are looking to have a lean tender piece of meat in the mix, venison is the perfect fit.
Venison Kabobs on the Grill
If you are going to make kabobs, and use some of your dear deer venison to do it, light up that grill. There is no better way to import a smokey outdoor flavor to your meat than live fire.
Grab some lump charcoal, and even some smoker chips if you really want to heap that flavor on. Grilling your venison is the way to go.
So now that I’ve told you all about why you should be eating venison, you probably need more recipes. Try these out!
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- 2 lbs venison roast, cut into 1 1/2" cubes
- 3/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
- 3/4 cup vegetable oil
- 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
- 3 tbsp fresh grated ginger
- 1 tbsp garlic salt
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 2 red pepper, cut into large 1" pieces
- 2 green pepper, cut into large 1" pieces
- 2 onion, cut into large 1" pieces
- 2 large heads romaine, sliced in half
- olive oil
- salt and pepper
- In a large resealable bag, mix together the soy sauce, vegetable oil, apple cider vinegar, ginger, garlic salt, and venison.
- Place in fridge and let marinate for 6 to 24 hours.
- When ready to cook, preheat grill to high. Dream the venison.
- Thread the peppers, onions, and venison onto metal skewers (if using wood skewers, make sure to soak 30 minutes before grilling).
- Sprinkle the romaine with olive oil on all sides and season with salt and pepper.
- Reduce heat to medium-low and carefully grease grates. Place kabobs on the grate, close the lid, and cook for 9-12 minutes, turn once mid way through cooking.
- Grill the romaine for 5 minutes, or until brown and beginning to char, flipping once during cooking.
- Serve romaine with kababs and peppercorn dressing.
adapted from Big Bob Gibsons BBQ Book
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 712Total Fat: 37gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 28gCholesterol: 171mgSodium: 2092mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 6gSugar: 23gProtein: 62g
Nutrition information provided is an estimate from nutritionix.com. For specific health concerns, please put the recipe into your Dr recommended nutrition calculator.
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