Asian cuisine has gained quite the interest in North America over the last number of years and has even crossed over into the realm of wild game.
I for one am a big fan of this cuisine and love how it goes well with game meat.
While I keep exploring Asian cuisine, I’ve put together a list of my favorite Asian venison recipes.
Fried rice is one of those dishes that can make a whole meal or just a snack.
It’s also a dish that can be upscaled or downscaled to suit your mood.
A typical upscale fried rice dish will have ham, prawns, shitake mushrooms, etc.
However, this recipe uses venison and makes one heck of a meal.
I’ve added shitake mushrooms, peas, green onions, etc, to this recipe.
It’s extremely flavorful and stores well in the fridge or freezer.
What I love about Mongolian venison, and many other Asian dishes is how fast you can make an extremely flavorful meal.
This Mongolian venison dish can be made in less than 30 minutes and has all of the flavor of a slow-cooked meal.
You can use any lean cut of venison for this recipe, if it’s a tough cut you can simply velvet it beforehand.
I find using venison in this recipe gives a perfect balance between sweet and savory, with little to no spice.
Teriyaki venison is very similar to Mongolian venison with a few key differences.
Instead of using stock, teriyaki venison uses sake and mirin.
These two ingredients make teriyaki venison much sweeter than Mongolian venison.
Couple this with some red bell pepper makes the dish even sweeter again.
Now, teriyaki venison is not an overly sweet dish by any means, it’s still quite savory, just not as much as Mongolian venison.
But, like Mongolian venison, you could be enjoying this dish in under 30 minutes.
While many Asian dishes are fast, some are a rather long process, and venison pho is the latter.
However, what you end up with is worth the wait.
This venison pho recipe makes a beautiful soup, bursting with flavor.
It is then served over lean cuts of raw venison that cook in the heat of the soup, along with some slices of venison that were part of making the soup.
It doesn’t get any more venison than that.
If you like venison and like Asian cuisine you will love venison Pho.
You might be thinking what does jerky and Asian cuisine have to do with each other?
But one of the most iconic jerky flavors is teriyaki.
This recipe is quite similar to the teriyaki venison mentioned above, with a few changes to make it suitable for jerky.
The finished product is a sweet and slightly savory jerky.
Stir fry is probably the most iconic Asian dish and one that can also be easily made with venison.
This is another sweet and savory dish, with the option of being spicey.
Venison stir fry uses many of the same ingredients as Mongolian venison or teriyaki venison, but has a few extra ingredients also.
These extra ingredients give this dish a little more complex flavor profile than the other two.
Asian Venison Recipes
- Venison Fried Rice
- Mongolian Venison
- Teriyaki Venison
- Venison pho
- Teriyaki venison jerky
- Venison stir ry
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