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#7031717 - 11/01/12 08:54 PM Antelope chops recipe...?
EricM Offline
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Registered: 10/24/10
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Anyone have a good one? I'm serving antelope chops tomorrow night and have no idea how I'm going to prep them. I'd like to keep it simple if possible. wink

Thanks!
Eric

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#7031760 - 11/01/12 09:08 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: EricM]
EricM Offline
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I'm thinking along the lines of balsamic vinegar, rosemary, shallots, salt, pepper, maybe a little stone ground mustard...

Thanks,
Eric

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#7031950 - 11/01/12 11:33 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: EricM]
mike7mm08 Offline
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I have a simple go to marinade for any red game meat. 2 parts olive oil 1 part sesame oil 3 parts soy. Crushed garlic and black pepper to taste. Marinate for about an hour. Then onto a very hot grill and cook no more than med but for best taste I like to cook no more than the rare side of med rare. Hit with just a bit of salt as it comes off the grill.You really don't taste the marinade but it enhances the the flavor of the meat very well. Which is what I want with game meat I want to taste the meat not the seasonings. If I want some intense flavor I will just use a piece of tasteless cheap beef and go nuts with the seasonings.

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#7032926 - 11/02/12 08:45 AM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: mike7mm08]
Ghostinthemachine Online   content
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I use a simple packet mesquite marinade and throw them on the grill. Medium rare.

I'm pretty shocked at how good antelope is. I shot my first in Wyoming this year.

You can cut the chops with a fork. Good vittles.

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#7033340 - 11/02/12 10:35 AM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: Ghostinthemachine]
eh76 Online   confused
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Loc: North of Liberalism in Wyoming
Yep just don't over cook it! Some good ideas above...wonder how they work on unfilled tags? blush

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#7033698 - 11/02/12 12:36 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: eh76]
mike7mm08 Offline
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Unfilled tags tend to burn on the grill. Soup is a much better use for them. grin

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#7033706 - 11/02/12 12:38 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: mike7mm08]
eh76 Online   confused
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That's what I get for waiting until all my company filled their tags and going out the next weekend to fill mine....dang weather grin but I still have 2 deer and 1 elk tag left to use smile

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#7033823 - 11/02/12 01:16 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: eh76]
smalljawbasser Offline
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Registered: 11/08/08
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Loc: North East TN
Just curious, by chops do you mean medallion style cuts from the back strap/loin?

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#7033826 - 11/02/12 01:18 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: eh76]
EricM Offline
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Unfilled tags = less calories! wink

Thanks for the recipe recommendations guys!

Eric

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#7033830 - 11/02/12 01:19 PM Re: Antelope chops recipe...? [Re: smalljawbasser]
EricM Offline
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Originally Posted By: smalljawbasser
Just curious, by chops do you mean medallion style cuts from the back strap/loin?

I'm not sure. The processor has them wrapped up and labeled as "chops". I'll check it out tonight. I received burger, chops, steak and roast.

Eric

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