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    Great Venison Braciole recipe w/ PIX

    Tried making venison Braciole today for the first time ever, came out absolutely awesome. I admit I used a couple recipes off the internet, I didn't come up with this completely by myself, tho I did change some stuff up. So here's what you need to do.. first cook up you're favorite homemade pasta sauce (or gravy, whatever you call it) as I did these with pasta (penne) and homemade sauce.

    1st - pound some venison cutlets super thin. Gotta really pound the everlasting sh*t out of them. I used a small meat mallet. They should look something like this:

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    2nd - Season the cutlets with salt, pepper, garlic pepper, and onion pepper. Lay a piece of prosciutto on the cutlet. Now you have to make the stuffing for the cutlets.

    3rd - The stuffing. In a bowl, put a cup of bread crumbs, salt, pepper, grated cheese, half an onion diced up, 3 cloves of garlic diced, chop up some fresh arugala and spinach, and a handful of shredded mozzarella and/or parm cheese. Add about a half cup of milk to get it into somewhat of a paste. Mix this up real good. It should look something like this:

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    4th - Spoon some of the stuffing onto the prosciutto that should already be on top of your cutlet. If it looks something like this, you're on the right track:


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    5th - Roll up the cutlet as tight as you can. I used cooking twine to tie them together. If you can't find it, use tooth picks, but it will stay together better with the twine. Now you have these:

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    6th - Put some veg oil in a skillet over med/high heat. Brown the rolled up cutlets. DO NOT cook too long. Roll them around in the oil so its evenly browned. You should only keep it in the oil for about 45 seconds. You'll have this:

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    7th - When it's browned all around, throw it right in the sauce. Cook them in the sauce on low heat for AT LEAST 3 hours. The end result should look like this: Continued on next post, can only put 5 pix per thread.

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    enjoy!!

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    Looks good
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    Looks good
    Thanks! Came out great

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    Wow. Nice
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    Looks awesome....ill have to try that
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    looks good now im hungry
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    Looks good thanks for sharing.
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