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Unread 10-29-2008, 12:20 AM
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Re: Antelope Tenderloin

That JD had best be the Green Label stuff. If I remember right the Black Label is the stuff for sippin';)

In a fairly hot skillet w/only a little oil, I just quickly fry 'em. Outside is pretty well seared/sealed and center is pinkish. Seasoned only w/Salt and pepper.

The tenderloin and back strap cut with the bone in is pretty much a pork chop lookin thing. I like to clean the bones.;)

Steaks get a full treatment of Tony's or a heavy dose of garlic powder, red, black and white pepper. Its some kinda good.......
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    Re: Antelope Tenderloin

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    Antelope tenderloins are so small and mushy that I just grind 'em.
    That mushyness is called tenderness -- thus the name tenderloin! Most tender cut on the whole animal. Small, yes -- but excellent eating! But you have to keep the urine (and fecal matter ofcourse) off of it.
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    Re: Antelope Tenderloin

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    That mushyness is called tenderness -- thus the name tenderloin! Most tender cut on the whole animal. Small, yes -- but excellent eating! But you have to keep the urine (and fecal matter ofcourse) off of it.
    Thanks for clearing that up. I always wondered about that!

    They are mushy and look half bloodshot. I don't like 'em. The backstraps and round steaks are tender enough to cut with a fork and I like them just fine.

    Just the same, I hope the original question was answered. There are some good recipes on here

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    Re: Antelope Tenderloin

    Man, you'all have got me in a heck of a mess with all these great recipes. Do you know how many times I am going to need to visit Wyoming to get enough antelope to try all these?????. Just something that I will have to cope with I guess. Ha Ha. Better start planning for next year. Please keep the recipes comming because they more than likely work on deer also. Till next time. Jim
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