Instructions
1
Prepare the meat. Venison is difficult to cook because it has almost no fat. Marinating your venison in an oil-based marinade will keep it moist during the cooking process. If you don’t want to marinate, brush a generous coat of canola oil on all sides of the venison. Canola oil is light and won’t add flavor to the meat.

2
Prepare the grill. Like skinless chicken, venison will stick to the grill, causing the grill-master tremendous stress. To cook venison easily on the grill, pre-heat to high and brush the grill with oil.

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3
Reduce the heat. Turn the grill down to medium before putting your venison on to cook.

4
Cook venison on the top rack. Place your venison on the top rack of the grill and close the lid. Venison needs to cook slowly to be tender.

5
Check frequently. On the top rack, venison will take longer to cook than a hot dog on the main grill. Check the venison frequently by pressing on it with the spatula. When the venison has a firm feel, not soft like gelatin, it’s done.

6
Remove the meat. When the venison is done, get it off the grill immediately. Any extra cooking time will ruin venison. Put the meat on a platter and cover it with foil to keep it warm.

Read more: How to Grill Venison | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2064445_grill-venison.html#ixzz2CR9ahOq6

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