Roasted Venison Pinwheels were developed from a need for an appetizer for a family party and the thought process of… hummm, what do I already have on hand? I know! VENISON. They turned out well and all the hunters at the party were proud their venison tasted so good. If you would like to make this and want to purchase the Venison Roast and Seasoning Rub you can get it here. The Awesome Antler Rub is also a great addition used to flavor the cream cheese in this recipe. This is also available here.
Roasted Venison Pinwheels
By May 28, 2014Published:
- Yield: 50 Servings
- Prep: 35 mins
This tasty appetizer satisfies everyone. It was thoroughly enjoyed by children, men and women at our party. EVEN women who claim they do not like venison.
- 1 1 lb. venison roast
- 4 large wheat flour tortillas
- 1 8 oz. block cream cheese
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- 2 tsp. Awesome Antler Rub Sportsman's Table Item MG104
- 1 T. Venison Roast and Seasoning Rub Sportsman's Table Item CY3627
- 2 T. olive oil
- Mix Venison Roast and Seasoning Rub with olive oil. Baste mixture on the venison roast. Place in plastic bag or covered plastic tupperware for 8-24 hours to marinate. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place venison roast in roasting pan and cover. Roast for 15 min. Remove from oven and let sit in covered pan for 5 min. Remove lid and allow to cool for 5 min. Slice very thin with a sharp knife or slicer. Mix softened cream cheese with sour cream and Awesome Antler Rub. Spread this mixture on room temperature flour tortillas. (If the tortillas are cold they might rip when your try to roll them). Place venison slices on the flour tortillas. Roll the tortillas. Cut the torillas in long 2 inch strips. Turn the strips and cut them into about 1 inch wide pinwheels.