Here's a chicken-fried venison recipe to file away.
We wanted to seek out a great chicken fried venison recipe to try some experimenting, and came across this info-filled video on YouTube.
This will take you through all the steps.
Chef Johnny is full of useful tips, so you're not just getting a good recipe, but you're learning about the proper technique and avoid common mishaps that can throw your preparation haywire.
Though it's a few years old and not the best quality, this walks you through the process of making chicken fried venison in a reliably consistent way. Obviously, a cast iron pan helps.
This truly is one of those recipes you ought to keep bookmarked and try yourself. It's a crowd pleaser for sure.
By the way, do you know the general difference between "chicken fried" and "country fried" steak? It's mostly a regional term situation, and many folks call slightly different techniques by the same name. Others claim it's the type of gravy you prepare with it: white goes with chicken fried, and brown goes with country fried.
But legend has it the story goes like this...
Chicken fried steak is prepared similarly to fried chicken, and includes the use of an egg wash prior to frying. Country fried steak, popular among Southwest states, likely started because of the German immigrant-influenced wiener schnitzel.
Since eggs weren't always available and tough to keep, 1800s-era cooks improvised and skipped that step, developing a quicker, slightly cleaner and just-as-delicious meal.