Black Pepper and Honey Deer Steak Bites Recipe

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Serves: 5

Cook up a batch of these crispy, peppery, sweet deer steak bites before your next football game or party.

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Searching for a tasty appetizer for a Saturday afternoon football game? Then look no further than this peppery, sweet, and super-crispy deer steak recipe. Coated with a mixture of corn starch and flour, seasoned with lots of black pepper, then deep fried, the steak bites get drizzled with honey for a touch of sweetness and a few drops of your favorite hot sauce for spice.

Sprinkle your favorite hot sauce over the deer steak bites.

Serve them with ranch dressing or your favorite dipping sauce, or just by themselves. These bites make a great appetizer and can be whipped up at home, at camp, or in the parking lot of a football stadium.

Dice the deer steak into bite-sized pieces.

We use either backstrap or top round for the bites. Fry until the crust is golden brown and crisp and the center is still a nice medium-rare for maximum flavor and tenderness.

 

Ingredients

2 pounds deer steak
cut into bite sized pieces

2 eggs
beaten

½ cup flour

½ cup corn starch

3 tablespoons black pepper

1 tablespoon seasoned salt

½ teaspoon garlic powder

½ teaspoon paprika

 

Oil for frying

honey 

hot sauce

 


Cooking Instructions

Mix the flour, cornstarch, pepper and spices in a shallow dish.

Mix the corn starch, flour, and seasonings in a shallow dish.

Lightly salt and pepper the steak, dip in beaten egg, then toss in the seasoned flour/cornstarch mixture.

Dip the deer steak into the egg wash, then toss in the seasoned dredge.

Move dredged pieces to a wire rack to allow the crust to set while 2 inches of oil heats over medium-high heat. When the oil reaches 350 degrees, drop the bites in, a few at a time, and fry until the crust turns golden brown and crisp and the bites float to the surface, usually 3 to 5 minutes.

Drizzle honey over the crispy fried deer steak bites while they are still hot from the fryer.

Drain each batch on a paper-lined platter and drizzle with honey while the steak bites are still warm. Add a few drops of your favorite hot sauce, if desired.

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