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RAU
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I've been saving a whole backstrap for my 40th birthday dinner this past weekend. I wanted to stuff one and I combined several recipes I found on line. Here's how I did it.


I took the whole strap and fileted it open so it lays flat like this


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Then I pounded it out uniform with a meat mallet like this

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Then I spread it with crumbled blue cheese mushrooms and salt n pepper

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Then rolled it back up


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Then wove some bacon

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And wrapped the stuffed strap in bacon weave

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Then off to the grill. Here it is finnished.The greatest venison I've ever cooked even tho I did cook it a little past my target


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Very nice!! I love Blue Cheese stuffed backstrap.

Haven't taken the time to wrap it in bacon but I could see this happening in the near future. LOL

Happy 40th Birthday!!

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That looks incredibly awesome! Happy 40th.

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Wow , that looks great! Happy birthday!

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That looks Great. Now I have to try!

Happy 40th.

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Dude, awesome I did the bacon weave before but the blue cheese would go well with the combo. I will have to give this a try. [thumbsup]

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I tried this last week and it came out great. I did another version with onions, jalapenos, mushrooms with a good dab of butter. It was awesome.

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I'm pulling my last backstrap out of the freezer after reading this. This looks awesome. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait.

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RAU:

About how long should it be grilled?

Regards,Ray

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That looks good, I will try that with my first deer this year.
How do you do the bacon weave?

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I tried this yesterday, I did not have a loin so I used 2 lb's of ground venison. It turned out awesome!!!!

It was a bacon weave, pepper jack cheese stuffed meat loaf. It was "off the chain" as my daughter said!

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Man that looks really good. What if you don't have a grill, could you cook it in the oven? Thanks

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Man that looks sooo good! Im stuck in Africa eating MREs [Frown]

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Been licking the screen for a good 5 minutes....

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Thats looks delicious....gonna have to give it a try!

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