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There are many cuts of deer that will work with this smoked venison tenderloin recipe including backstrap, venison loin roast, venison sirloin, venison top roast, and even steaks.
Different Cuts of Venison That Will Work With This Smoked Venison Recipe
Closely monitor the internal temperature of your deer tenderloin to make sure that it doesn’t become overcooked. Cook it from 145°F (medium) to 165°F. Meat will rise 3-6 degrees F while resting.
Don’t cook the venison tenderloin above 375°F, the short fibres found in wild game meat can toughen at this temperature.
This smoked venison tenderloin will become a favorite recipe for cooking wild meat. Two venison tenderloins are tied together, soaked in a fresh marinade and smoked to a perfect medium.