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Triple Onion BBQ Venison Sliders

Jillian killed her first deer last year, which means we have tons of deer meat in our freezer. She is quite proud of providing the family with food, and rightly so, but venison is not really our choice protein around this house. It's gotten to the point where we will eat a meal that could use ground venison, but I always opt for beef. This hurts her feelings, so I have decided to cook more with her prize dead animal that lies waiting to be cooked in our freezer. Ewww. It actually made a killer slider. Thanks Jill

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Note: You could most definitely use beef if you'd rather eat a cow than a deer.

Begin by preparing the onion strings by thinly slicing two onions. I had two small pieces of onion left over, so I used that for later in the dish.

Soak the onions in milk, lemon juice, salt, garlic powder, and cayenne.

After soaking for about 20 minutes, drain the liquid, and coat with more cayenne and garlic along with flour.

Use a large soup pot to fry the onion strings. Heat the oil on medium-high, and use tongs to pull the onions apart and put them in the hot oil. Fry for about 5-10 minutes, or until golden brown.

*These would also be good to use on green bean casserole instead of the canned fried onions.

Next prepare the sliders. Chop up the remaining onion (comes out to about a fourth of an onion), three cloves of garlic, and one green onion.

Saute the vegetables in olive oil until soft and transparent.

Mix the sauted vegetables with 2 pounds of ground venison, salt, pepper, and a couple dashes of soy sauce.

Form the meat into small patties. Two pounds made twelve sliders, but you can make more or less depending on how large you make the patties.

Heat a skillet on high, and coat with olive oil. Place the sliders in the skillet, and cook for five minutes, then flip. Brush with your favorite BBQ sauce. Cook for five more minutes, flip again, and brush with BBQ sauce again.

Top each slider with pepper jack cheese, and let the cheese melt.

Toast slider buns (I used challah rolls from Stone Mill Bakery) at 350 for about five minutes. Top each bun with a slider patty, a little more BBQ sauce, and fried onion strings.

Print Triple Onion BBQ Venison Sliders

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Ingredients

    For the Onion Strings:

  1. 2 onions, thinly sliced
  2. 2 cups milk
  3. 1/4 lemon
  4. 1 tsp salt
  5. 1 tsp cayenne
  6. 2 tsp garlic
  7. 1/2 cup flour
  8. For the Slider Patties:

  9. 2 lbs venison, or your favorite ground meat
  10. 1/4 onion, chopped
  11. 3 garlic cloves, chopped
  12. 1 green onion, chopped
  13. olive oil, for sauting
  14. salt & pepper to taste
  15. 2-4 dashes soy sauce
  16. BBQ sauce
  17. 4-5 slices pepper jack cheese
  18. Slider buns

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