• Venison Loin Roast

    3 monthes ago - By ChefSteps

    With its subtle gamy taste, ruby red colour, high amounts of protein, and low amounts of fat (gram for gram, less than skinless chicken breast), venison makes a sophisticated - and healthy - option for your next roast. Cooking venison loin sous vide for just one hour means you can retain the juiciness of this lean cut, which can otherwise get dried out. Complementary flavours include red wine, tomatoes, thyme, and mushrooms.
    Venison used to be the preserve of the rich, but thanks to a rise in popularity, it is widely available in supermarkets and restaurants. In the UK, there are six...
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