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Old 06-08-2009, 09:57 AM   #1
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Anyone on the board have a recipe for cooking elk. I was given some sirloin tip steaks, and I have never cooked elk.
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Old 06-08-2009, 05:39 PM   #2
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Anyone on the board have a recipe for cooking elk. I was given some sirloin tip steaks, and I have never cooked elk.
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Whats a elk? Do we have those in Kansas rman?
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Whats a elk? Do we have those in Kansas rman?
We have one of them at the Elks club in Cambridge, Oh.
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We have one of them at the Elks club in Cambridge, Oh.
How did they cook it?
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We have one of them at the Elks club in Cambridge, Oh.

You know Tony, I believe that there's one of them Elks Clubs somewhere around here. Think I'll look it up.........might be a good place to hunt!
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Ingredients

1 and ? pounds elk steaks
2-3 onions (large) cut in half-rings
4 ounce can of mushrooms, undrained
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 package frozen broccoli or peas
? cup water or sherry
1 and ? tablespoons oil
dash of salt and pepper (to taste)
prepared rice (to serve 6)

Brown elk in hot oil. Place onion in pan and brown slightly. Add the remaining ingredients, cover and simmer on low for about 1 to 1-1/2 hour, or bake for ?-1 hour at 350?F. Serve over the rice to complete this simply wonderful elk steak recipe.
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* 2 elk steaks
* 1/4-1/2 cup Italian dressing
* 1-2 teaspoon McCormick's Montreal Brand steak seasoning

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1. Using a fork or other tenderizing tool, puncture both sides of the elk steaks.
2. Place elk steaks in a pan or dish.
3. Sprinkle Italian dressing over the steaks. Turn to coat the opposite side of the steaks. (I use Good Seasons Italian Dressing that I make using red wine vinegar.)
4. Sprinkle McCormick's Brand Montreal steak seasoning to coat one side of the steaks. (You could sprinkle seasoning over both sides, but if you use too much seasoning, you'll overpower the taste of the meat.).
5. Cover the steaks with foil and place in the fridge.
6. Marinate at least an hour, overnight if possible.
7. Grill steaks over medium heat approximately 5-6 minutes on each side depending on the thickness of the steaks and the desired doneness.
8. Serve with mushrooms. Enjoy!
9. Prep time does not include marinating time.
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Ingredients

1 and ? pounds elk steaks
2-3 onions (large) cut in half-rings
4 ounce can of mushrooms, undrained
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 package frozen broccoli or peas
? cup water or sherry
1 and ? tablespoons oil
dash of salt and pepper (to taste)
prepared rice (to serve 6)

Brown elk in hot oil. Place onion in pan and brown slightly. Add the remaining ingredients, cover and simmer on low for about 1 to 1-1/2 hour, or bake for ?-1 hour at 350?F. Serve over the rice to complete this simply wonderful elk steak recipe.
Hey Calvin, We used this recipe last night. It was very very tasty. Thank you very much.
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Whats a elk? Do we have those in Kansas rman?
Is that those gray critters that look a lot like a rat only lots bigger? No....that's possum. Jeez, I don't know Kansas.
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that's possum
Maybe it's an armadillo. (AKA possum on the half shell)
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