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    Recipe please

    Are there any Mrs beetons on here? I shot my very first munty on Tuesday night and he's joining us for tea tonight. Any good recipes for the loin.

    Cheers. Matt.

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    Where did you shoot him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamus View Post
    Where did you shoot him?
    Heart and lungs, I'd imagine.

    Matt - all I would say is keep it simple. A quick show of the pan in a drop of rapeseed oil is all it really needs. (I find olive oil too flavoursome for such delicate meat - and its foreign!) I then fry a few shallots or an onion together with garlic and black pepper to taste. Then add either a good slosh of ginger wine or sherry and a dollop of marmalade or a good glug of port and a spoonful of cranberry/redcurrant jelly and reduce until thick and syrupy. Serve it all up in one go to save going back to fetch a second helping. Serve with diced carrots if you're into veg. Serve with a pint of claret to do it real justice. Enjoy!
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    Take the loin and cut it into medallions, each about 1.5cm to 2.5cm thick. Heat olive oil in frying pan until it's almost smoking and then add some crushed garlic and perhaps a dash of red wine. Flash fry the medallions for 30 seconds to 1 minute each side, then serve with mustard mash and, if you have to, something green or orange.

    Alternatively you could do Muntjac Welly, where you replace the beef in beef wellington with muntjac. Just remember not to overcook the muntjac.

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    i cut mine into medallions but use a modena balsamic vinegar . fry the meat and in a small pan put in your balsamic and heat full power till its reduced down to a syrup very very nice with venison if you have any sauce left over just put it in a squeezy bottle and use at a later date . you only need a drizzle over the top of the meat or around the plate. i would do some roasted veg and small wedge potatoes with roesmary,atb wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.5/284matt View Post
    Are there any Mrs beetons on here? I shot my very first munty on Tuesday night and he's joining us for tea tonight. Any good recipes for the loin.

    Cheers. Matt.
    Look in the recipes section.i posted one recently on muntjac fillet. Perfect and simple !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamus View Post
    Where did you shoot him?
    Iwrch is right, just behind the shoulder.
    North Lincolnshie tamus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6.5/284matt View Post
    Iwrch is right, just behind the shoulder.
    North Lincolnshie tamus.
    Not your usual shot placement then? ...

    Shot placement
    Just wondered where you guys prefer to shoot your deer, heart/ lung. Neck etc.
    As I enjoy working dogs as much as shooting I personally always go for a gut shot to give the dog something to do.

    Cheers. Matt.

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