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Venison Lo Mein

Asian cuisine has become en vogue in the kitchen when creating these wild game recipes. They’re simple, marvelously tasteful, and generally healthy. I think that is a common combination we all sometimes try to achieve in the kitchen. I recommend tenderloin for this recipe, but thinly-sliced roast meat will work just as well. I substitute the Lo Mein noodles for spaghetti squash for a healthier alternative.


1 Deer tenderloin, thinly sliced
1 packageLo Mein noodles (Use Spaghetti squash for healthier option)
1 White onion, chopped
1 packageShredded carrots
6 stickCelery, chopped
2 headBroccoli, chopped
1 Cabbage head, chopped
6 clovesGarlic, minced
1 packageSnow peas
1 cupSoy sauce
1 cupTeryaki sauce
3 tablespoonSesame oil
3 tablespoonScallions
2 tablespoonGarlic powder
2 tablespoonGround ginger

How to Prepare

    1. Slice venison tenderloin and set aside.
    2. In a skillet with olive oil over medium heat, add broccoli, cabbage, onion, carrots, and sauté until soft. Add sesame oil, teriyaki sauce, soy sauce and spices to vegetables.
    3. While the vegetables are cooking, cook the lo mein noodles according to package.
    4. Add snow peas to skillet.
    5. Drain noodles and set aside.
    6. Add the tenderloin to the skillet and continue to toss ingredients until well-combined over medium-low heat. Add more teriyaki, soy sauce and spices to your desire.
    7. Add the noodles to the skillet and toss all ingredients until well-combined. Not too long though, you don’t want to overcook the venison or noodles. Probably 1-2 minutes.
    8. Serve warm.