Tenderloin Steaks

Millbank Venison Recipes

tenderloin steaks

How the recipe was developed:

Tenderloin steaks slightly underdone are the tenderest part of venison in a marvellous rich sharp sauce. Very special indeed for a very special dinner. Not at all difficult to prepare.

Difficulty Level:


Type of dish:

Starter/Main Course


1 Venison Fillet cut into round steaks or escallops (6).
6 rashers of bacon.
2 bay leaves.
4 oz butter
1 medium-sized onion.
caraway seeds.
2oz. mushrooms.
wineglassful dry white wine
1 cup of cream
half a cup of sour cream
salt and pepper.
juice of half a lemon.
worcestershire sauce.

Preparation Method:

Wrap each piece of meat in a rasher of bacon, and put a little butter in a heavy frying pan, or skillet, with a lid. Cook the pieces for about 6 minutes on each side, and then put them on a serving dish and keep warm while you make the sauce. Put a quarter of a pound of butter in the pan with the sliced onions and mushrooms, the bay leaves and a pinch of thyme and caraway. Let this cook for 5 minutes or until the onions are golden, then add the wine, simmer for a little longer until the vegetables are cooked and add the fresh cream, and allow to cook for another 10 minutes. Remove the pan from the heat and add the sour cream, salt, pepper, and Worcestershire sauce to taste, and the lemon juice. Heat but do not boil. Pour the sauce over the meat and serve immediately.

Hints and Tips:

We are coming to the end of our fallow venison season. We may not be able to for fill online orders for a couple of weeks after you have placed an order. Please phone or e-mail before ordering to check availability.
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