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Title: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 08:11:39 AM
Gonna see how these turn out.
Trying to use up some deer meat from last year.
One is black pepper,garlic powder rub
Other is Cajun rub.
I will post recipe later if all turns out well.
If it's good or not ,I'm eating it!
Update this afternoon.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: h20hunter on July 29, 2021, 08:14:59 AM
My two cents is once you hit rare interal temp, like barely rare, pull that bany, wrap in foil and place in clean dry cooler for at least 1 hour. Don't open it. It will cook just a few degrees more and the prolonged rest will keep it juicy and still warm for slicing once you unwrap.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 08:23:10 AM
My two cents is once you hit rare interal temp, like barely rare, pull that bany, wrap in foil and place in clean dry cooler for at least 1 hour. Don't open it. It will cook just a few degrees more and the prolonged rest will keep it juicy and still warm for slicing once you unwrap.
Thanks
I'll try that.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: steeleywhopper on July 29, 2021, 08:28:07 AM
Did you pre-corn the meat or are you going to do the corning process after it is smoked? I have corned venison roasts in the past and it is excellent, I have never smoked them but I may try that after corning and have pastrami. Good luck and keep us posted as those roasts look good!
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 08:54:24 AM
Did you pre-corn the meat or are you going to do the corning process after it is smoked? I have corned venison roasts in the past and it is excellent, I have never smoked them but I may try that after corning and have pastrami. Good luck and keep us posted as those roasts look good!
Did the corning process first.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: Twispriver on July 29, 2021, 01:29:05 PM
Is smoked, corned deer the same thing as deer pastrami?
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: NRA4LIFE on July 29, 2021, 01:35:16 PM
Yup. 
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: h20hunter on July 29, 2021, 01:41:08 PM
Yummmmmmm
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 01:47:41 PM
Just pulled a little bit ago.
Took a few bites ,way too much salt in my corning solution.
So I just put them in a crock pot try to get some salt out of it.
So I can eat it.
It's good ,don't get me wrong.
I should of soaked meat in water for awhile before smoking.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: Jpmiller on July 29, 2021, 01:58:56 PM
I've always been a little.hesitant to corn venison. Love corning my own beef brisket though. What cuts did you corn?
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 02:18:50 PM
Not sure of cuts .
I'm sure it was from the rear of the deer.
I'll let it sit in crock pot for a few hours
I've used recipe for corned deer roast before.
But never smoked ,so it's a fail.
Now I know ,I will have to soak it in regular water for a night before smoking to get some salt out of it.
I'll use it on work sandwiches if the family don't eat it.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: NRA4LIFE on July 29, 2021, 02:45:49 PM
399, you can soak it in water after smoking to leach out some of the salt.  I've done that before. 

If you have bear meat, corning is one of my favorite ways to make it.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: h20hunter on July 29, 2021, 03:16:33 PM
My go to bird brine kit...when doing deer i simply add prauge powder as directed.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 04:59:39 PM
399, you can soak it in water after smoking to leach out some of the salt.  I've done that before. 

If you have bear meat, corning is one of my favorite ways to make it.
That's what I did with the crock pot Basicly.
I learned a few things .....
4 days is not enough time to fully corn what I wanted .
You can see the brown spot in middle,not corned there.
And I need to set a day aside to soak salt out.
I did come up with something edible.
Here it is ,not exactly what I thought it would be ,but I'm too far in now ,I'm eating it.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: h20hunter on July 29, 2021, 05:26:23 PM
I've done worse!
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: hunter399 on July 29, 2021, 05:34:00 PM
I've done worse!
Thanks!
This is only the second time trying to corn.
First time I soaked for 6-7 days ,it was fully corned .
4 days just not enough time.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: Jpmiller on July 30, 2021, 06:30:43 AM
Only on beef but I've always found at least 7 days,.preferably 14 days to get the best corned meat. I'm out of venison but this will be on my list to try this fall. Thanks.
Title: Re: Smoked-corned-deer Roast.
Post by: Fletch on July 30, 2021, 01:02:21 PM
Just FYI for the waterfowlers... Corned Goose is great also.  A good and easy way to eat up a lot of goose breasts. 
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