This weekend and coming week I will be attending a number of potluck-oriented holiday parties. I can’t think of anything better to bring than deer droppings. No, it’s not what you’re thinking, it’s not these deer droppings from the wild.
I’m going to be preparing and serving a venison steak cube recipe called ‘deer droppings’ courtesy of friends of mine from Scranton, PA.
It’s simple to make and scrumptious! I’m certain that everybody, including the kids and non-hunters in these holiday crowds, will love the ‘deer droppings’ and they’ll get eaten fast! Here’s the recipe (I may have to double it):
1 venison steak
1 cup milk
seasoned bread crumbs
Cut the venison steaks into one inch cubes. Dip them in the egg/milk mixture, then into the seasoned bread crumbs. Deep fry in hot oil until golden brown. Remove from oil and sprinkle with garlic powder. Good stuff!
I’m thinking I should have a picture of my Nebraska whitetail buck handy that produced the venison for these festive occasions to show folks, don’t you?