Venison Tenderloins | 12-13 oz. each

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Premium Venison Tenderloins: Exceptional Cuts for Discerning Palates

Description: Indulge in the unrivaled quality of our Venison Tenderloins, a premium cut sourced from the New Zealand red deer. Renowned for their exquisite tenderness, these tenderloins are considered the jewels of the deer, ideal for crafting succulent steaks or delicate medallions. Impress your taste buds with the unparalleled leanness and tenderness of these exceptional cuts.

Commitment to Quality: Our New Zealand red deer graze on lush pastures, raised free-range on family-owned farms with utmost care for nature. They thrive without the influence of hormones or antibiotics, ensuring a pure and natural product for your culinary enjoyment.


  • Package Contents: 2 pieces of 12-13 oz. Tenderloin per package (equivalent to 1.5 lbs.)
  • Quality Notes: Very lean and exceptionally tender, delivering a premium dining experience
  • Shipping: Shipped Frozen to maintain freshness and quality.

Cooking Tips:

  • To preserve the tenderness of the Venison Tenderloins, avoid overcooking and opt for methods like quick searing, grilling, or roasting.
  • Enhance the delicate flavor of the tenderloins with simple seasonings like salt, pepper, and fresh herbs.

Recipe Ideas:

  1. Seared Venison Tenderloin Medallions:

    • Quickly sear medallions in a hot pan to achieve a flavorful crust while retaining the tender interior. Serve with a red wine reduction for an elegant dish.
  2. Grilled Venison Tenderloin Steaks:

    • Grill seasoned steaks to desired doneness for a melt-in-your-mouth experience. Pair with roasted vegetables for a balanced meal.
  3. Venison Tenderloin Carpaccio:

    • Thinly slice the tenderloin, drizzle with olive oil, lemon juice, and capers for a light and refreshing appetizer showcasing the meat's delicate flavor.

Immerse yourself in the luxury of our Venison Tenderloins, a distinguished choice that elevates any dining occasion with its exceptional quality and refinement.

About Our Venison:


What are the health benefits of venison?
  1. Lean Protein:
    Venison is known for being low in fat and high in protein. It provides essential amino acids necessary for various bodily functions, including muscle building, tissue repair, and immune system support. The lean nature of venison makes it a favorable option for those looking to maintain a healthy weight and reduce saturated fat intake.
  2. Rich in Nutrients:
    Venison is a good source of essential nutrients, including iron, zinc, and B vitamins such as B12 and niacin. Iron is crucial for oxygen transport in the body, zinc supports immune function and wound healing, while B vitamins play key roles in energy metabolism and the nervous system.
  3. Omega-3 Fatty Acids:
    Venison, particularly meat from wild deer that graze on natural vegetation, may contain higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids compared to conventionally raised meats. Omega-3s are beneficial for heart health, reducing inflammation, and supporting brain function.
  4. Low in Saturated Fat:
    Venison is generally lower in saturated fat compared to some other red meats. Diets high in saturated fat have been associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Choosing leaner meats like venison can contribute to a heart-healthy diet.
How do I cook venison?

Remove the venison from the refrigerator at least 30-60 minutes before cooking. This allows the meat to come to room temperature, promoting more even cooking.

For steaks, cooking your venison to an internal temperature of 120-125 degrees with a resting time of 5 minutes will ensure a juicy, tender medium-rare. Just don't overcook it, or you'll have f*cked it up!

What does venison taste like?

Picture the rich, savory notes of grass-fed beef, and then add a subtle earthiness to the mix—that's venison. It has a slightly milder flavor than elk.

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