Marinaded Deer Roast

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"Very good, but sub wine or beer or some lemon for the vinegar. Also, shred the leftovers for a great "sloppy joe"."

- pkjensen

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3 Garlic; minced
4 c Vinegar
3 Bay Leaves
1 ts Allspice
1 tb Cayenne pepper
1 tb Brandy
4 c Water
1 tb Pepper, black
4 tb Flour
8 lb Deer roast; (ham)
MARINADE
1 tb Salt
1 ts Cloves
1/2 lb Salt pork; cut in strips
1 c Currant jelly
1 ts Thyme

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Mix all ingredients after brandy into marinade. Pour over roast and soak for at least 6-8 hours, turning several times. Before roasting punch several holes in the roast with a sharp knife. Insert salt pork with additional garlic, cloves. Cook at 325-350 degrees for 20-25 minutes per pound. Baste frequently with drippings and marinade. When tender, remove meat and keep warm while making gravy. GRAVY: In the roasting pan slowly melt 1 C currant jelly with drippings and marinade. Add flour mixed with water to thicken. When gravy is desired consistency, add 1 Tbsp brandy, stir well and serve. Suggestions: Use muscadine jelly for better tasting gravy.

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Very good, but sub wine or beer or some lemon for the vinegar. Also, shred the leftovers for a great 'sloppy joe'.
pkjensen 1 year ago
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