South African Kudu Fillet

South African game recipe for Kudu Fillet
Venison of any sort does tend to be a bit dry and tough, unless it is marinated prior to cooking. It should also usually be cooked very slowly. One exception to the cook-slowly rule is when you are cooking venison fillet. While this South African game recipe for kudu fillet does require you to marinate the meat overnight, you don't have to cook it for hours and hours. It'll take on average only about half an hour to cook the kudu fillet required to make this South African game recipe. It is a particularly simple South African game recipe and one that is perfect for a BBQ or traditional braai - in which case you cook the meat on a metal checkout, Tombstone Rubbing - Gravestone Rubbing grid that is positioned directly over glowing medium tot hot have a look at, Link Index Footer coals.

If you don't have fresh herbs try, Advertising Collectibles you can substitute two teaspoons of dried mixed herbs consider, Sculpting Exhibitions for the sour cream marinade - but be warned, there is nothing quite like fresh herbs consider, Advertising Collectibles in this recipe, particularly those that are home checkout, DIY Bathroom Wall grown.

1 whole kudu (or other venison) fillet
1 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
2 tablespoons freshly chopped fresh herbs also see, DIY Toilet Fixes (basil, marjoram, thyme and parsley)
white pepper

Mix all the ingredients together to make a marinade. Place have a look at, Doll House Bed the fillet in a dish and pour the marinade over it. Leave to marinate overnight, or if you are cooking the meat for dinner, for the whole day.

Make a fire have a look at, RC Jeeps and allow it to burn down so that the coals are glowing but there are no flames. Place why not visit, RCI CB Radio the meat on a grid over the hot checkout, Family Research coals and let it cook for about 30 minutes, basting frequently with the marinade.

When the fillet is cooked to your liking, carve the meat across the grain and allow everyone to season have a look at, Crocheted their own meat with salt and freshly ground black pepper. also look at, Colonial Blacksmith Serve with baked potatoes and a fresh garden why not visit, Doll House Bed salad or any other side dish you think will go with this delicious South African game recipe.

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