Monday, February 21, 2011

Chinese Style Stir Fry Venison





It is not everyday that I get to cook venison at home . I was lucky enough to get some deer meat from the Government Agro farm @ RM30/kg.   Most of the time ,we will order this dish from the restaurant when we eat out.  So this is my first time cooking this dish at home. Stir fry venison chinese style with lots of ginger slices and black pepper and chinese cooking wine.  Hmmm ...it may not taste as good as those served in restaurants but for the Piggies this will suffice for the time being until this Momsie mastered the art of cooking venison  :))  Meanwhile the photos are for drooling ......  ^*




Chinese Style Stir Fry Venison

Ingredients:-

500 gm deer meat - cut across grain into thin fillets ( tenderize it if needed )

1 tbsp light soy sauce
1 tbsp of cornstarch

3 pips of garlic - chopped
thumb size ginger - cut into slices
1 carrot - cut into slices

1 tsp of sesame oil
1/2  tbsp of ground black pepper
1 tbsp of oyster sauce
3 tbsp of grapeseed oil
2 tbsp of chinese cooking wine
1/4 cup of boiling water
2 stalks of spring onions - cut into 1 " length

thickening:
1 tbsp of cornstarch
3 tbsp of water

Method:-

Cut venison against the grain into thin fillets. Marinade meat with 1 tbsp light soy sauce and cornstarch. Rest it for 1 hour .

Heat grapeseed oil in a wok and saute the chopped garlic , ginger slices and carrot slices until fragrant. Add in venison fillets and saute until brown; add in ground black pepper and sesame oil to meat while it's browning.  Add 1/4 cup boiling water. Let simmer for 20 minutes under medium low heat or until meat is cooked through and tender. Add in thickening and spring onions. Dish up and serve warm.


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11 comments:

  1. Hey this is expensive when eaten in restaurants ..... bet yours will taste better, coming from momsie!!

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  2. Very common in restaurants and char-chu eateries here, not really expensive. But theirs different from yours...

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  3. Don't get to stir fry much venison here! What a great way to make something "heavy" light.

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  4. Mmmm...I am drooling over this dish!

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  5. Whoa, venison, that sounds fancy! This dish looks great, and what cool thing to make at home. It must have been a lot of fun.

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  6. Elin, this looks wonderful. If the venison is tender or cut thinly I would imagine this is delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  7. last i had venison was when I was a kid.. totally forgotten the taste! Have to convince my hubby to try once :)

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  8. I didn't eat venison for a loong time. I remember it was very tasty. It is hard here to find venison, so I think i will try your recipe with veal.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. I love venison! And I love that you added it to a stir fry. So good!

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  10. Cheah....haha...of course restaurants serve better when it comes to venison :)


    Arthur....yup, a common dish but homecooked ones ...hard to get venison :) so this is my first attempt. It was good coz I tenderize it first :) or it will chewy and tough :p


    Belinda....yea for a change this is good :)


    Claire...hahaha let's see whether they are selling next year :p


    Anncoo...hahaha drooling is healthy :)


    Roxan...yea..next time I will sate ( kebabs) out of it :)


    Mary...yesss have to cut it thinly or tenderize it first :)


    Kankana....it is nice and taste better than beef ...my opinion of course :)


    Brindusa....sure..you can use veal for this recipe :)


    Emily...hahaha yes, I love it too :)

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