Venison Roast recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys

(country jazz) ♪ I’m going down to the House of Sausage ♪ ♪ I got my barbecue shoes on ♪ ♪ I’m going down to the House of Sausage ♪ ♪ I got my barbecue shoes on ♪ ♪ Gonna fire me a brat ♪ ♪ And a red hot foot-long ♪ ♪ Gonna smoke me a fatty brisket ♪ ♪ Got my barbeque shoes on ♪ – [Bob] Welcome to! Today we’re smoking up a venison roast, and it’s real easy to do. Alright, you’re gonna need some potatoes for this recipe. You’re gonna need some carrots. You’ll need some celery, you’ll need some garlic, gonna need some onion. Oh yeah. You’re gonna need some good bacon. Here we have some thick cut bacon right here and this happens to be peppered bacon. You’re gonna need some rub. Here we’re using PitBoys chili rub. You’re gonna need some beef broth. Alright! Of course, you’re gonna need some venison. Now this here is about a two pound roast. That makes it perfect for smokin’ up. Doin’ up venison is extremely lean, so it’s important that you tenderize it, or you introduce some fat into it. One of the ways we like to do it here is we like to plug it with
some bacon, alright? Here you take ol’ hickory, you go right down the
center of that roast. You take some thick cut bacon here, whatever good bacon you’ve got. Alright. You plug it. Plug it with one slice, maybe two, even four slices, just get it in there. What this is gonna do is baste the inside of this roast as it’s doing its low and slow. Oh yeah! Easy enough, right? You just get it in there. One slice works, but like I said, if you do three or four slices, you just get that bacon fat in there. Now I’m gonna take this chili rub, and one thing about a good venison roast like that, you wanna use a lot of rub. You wanna build a layer of flavor on this low, three hour low and slow. Give it a good coatin’. Oh yeah. Alright, that’s simple enough. Nothing left to do now but throw it in the smoker. We’re gonna be smokin’ it for about three hours or so, and we’re gonna be doing it at about 250 degrees Fahrenheit. You know all about smokin’ up, right? Yeah. Whew! Alright. (twangy country guitar) Nothin’ left to do now but kick back and wait. Alright, about an hour has gone by, about an hour and a half. Halfway into this low and slow. This is one where we’re gonna bring in some sausages. You wanna bring in some bacon, alright? It’ll go real well with these venison roasts if you have some sausage for snackin’, some thick-sliced bacon for smokin’ up. Oh yeah. (country rock) Now of course, you don’t need a smoker to do this, you can use one of them kettle grills, but since it’s only 38
degrees Fahrenheit outside, we just got our old gas smoker going. Now, we’re gonna be doing some veggies here. Gonna make these vegematics real happy. Slice up some onions, celery, carrots. You can adjust the quantity you want. Depends how big your roastin’ pan is. (country rock) Now, as I was saying, this roast is about two hours, two and a half hours low and slow, maybe three at this point. We’re putting it in a
pan with the veggies, and we’re adding the beef broth, about a quart or so. Alright. Don’t wanna put too much in there, but you just want that thing to sit in there and whoooa. Get all that moisture and juices. Whew, man! Got some of that sausage fat dripping in there and that bacon fat. We’re gonna cook it now ’til those veggies get tender. (country rock) Maybe about another hour. (country rock) (men chattering) – [Bob] Alright! Now every once in awhile, you wanna baste this roast, whew, man! Veggies are coming along. They’re still a little al dente. Gonna cook a little bit more. We’re gonna be basting this roast right here. Man! (country rock) Now if you’ve never had venison roast stuffed with bacon before, you definitely gotta check this out. Alright. (country rock) There. Let the boys play around a little bit. (bangs) (country rock) – [Bob] Alright! And through the miracle of time, this venison roast stuffed with bacon is done! Take a look at that! O-ho-ho-ho. (country rock) Look at that bacon fat just oozin’ outta there. Man, this here’s moist and tender. Whew. But, you wanna tent it with some aluminum foil for about another maybe 20 minutes, half an hour, just let it sit, alright. (country rock) Alright! This roast is ready to slice up. (country rock) Oooohh baby! Man. (country rock) Gotta pull all those veggies out. Yeah! (country rock) Grab those smoked sausages and bacon. You hungry or what? Oh-ho-ho man! Slice up some of these sausages and throw it in that veggie pan. (country rock) Yeah! Lord have mercy, look at this bacon! Like eating candy. (country rock) Alright! I say it’s time to eat! (country rock) Yeah! Dip some of that venison in them juices, oooo-wee! (country rock) (country guitar soloing) (country rock) So the next time you’re looking for a recipe for your barbecue, you check out! (country rock) (crow cawing)

100 comments on “Venison Roast recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys”

  1. oldmoney74 says:

    Good food, but man, yall skin e deer bass ackwards,,,,,

  2. young29mob says:

    Perfect wit some cornbread

  3. Deathofblades says:

    After watching the video

    I stared down at my hot pocket and started to cry.

  4. YuQFoU says:

    Hands down the Best Cooking Channel on youtube !!!

  5. Leon Kennedy says:

    Y !!

  6. Akchumplife247 says:

    Twelve stump humpers disliked

  7. Shawn says:

    whats that?

  8. Shawn says:

    I thought the same thing…

  9. john_blaze39 says:

    anyone who bastes a roast with a knife gets my thumbs up

  10. Jaxx137 says:

    These are real American brothers cooking here. That's how you do cooking right. I hope America doesn't fall and we get to keep enjoying pleasurable freedoms like this cause I'd hate to be locked up in a FEMA camp dreaming about good food like right here having to eat dirt. God Bless the BBQ Pit Boys!

  11. Marlon Myers says:

    I guess they really wanted the Taste of the Wild!

  12. BBQ Pit Boys says:

    you're onto something, dooovde. Genetics explain a lot. BTW Carrots squeal. Listen next time..! -BBQ Pit Boys

  13. Ineed Therapy says:

    Hey boys was this the same deer you used for the venison stew video?

  14. OURICO45 says:

    i think you guys need a sharp

  15. John Castaneda says:

    Uncensored Barbecue

  16. Erika B. Rodriguez says:

    I'd eat that!

  17. danielraul1989 says:

    So that's why they killed Bambi.

  18. Joseph Matthews says:

    Ohhhhhhoooooooo baby!. Smack that rub! SMACK IT!!!!!

  19. mitchamus says:

    Is that the calf muscle?

  20. viper2788 says:

    damn you got me drooling when you started slicing up that roast… love the commentary too!

  21. Sons of Scullery says:

    This looks awesome. Venison stuffed with bacon! Hell yeah!

  22. JipJac says:

    Aaand my 'BBQ Pit Boys recipes to do list" just got longer. Thank God deer season is here for this one! Excellent video my friends.

  23. Ross Hill says:

    Looks incredible, I'm going to try it tomorrow with Caribou but you really should sharpen your knife LOL

  24. 8MoneyIzmyMission8 says:

    Got damnt I'm starving after watching this!

  25. kuhrti1 says:

    hi Folks
    please can you show a recipe with wild boar …..greats from germany

  26. XTER VENDETTA says:

    This is what i want in my retired life. It takes about 40 years from now. LOL

  27. Gothiczartan says:

    Have you cook a roadkill before?

  28. L Dub says:

    Who did the music in the video… pretty good!

  29. Tristen Naquin says:

    dad got me up early today and told me it will take 6 hours to cook so i had to get started. gonna do what he told me to do just to see what happens. i think i can keep it from drying out as long as possible

  30. Lully Bean says:

    My mouth was drooling the whole time.

  31. Mr Cue says:

    I've got a hind leg that I would like to use for this recipe and cook up on my Akorn, what Internal Temp did you cook this to? I'm thinking about 180°F judging by how it sliced. Thanks for making this video, hopefully the wife thinks it's as good as it looks!

  32. Trikxty says:

    You guys look like a lot of fun to eat with and you sure do know how to cook some good deer. Wish I could join you! I'd love to try this recipe, but I don't have a smoker. However, I will be adding bacon! That looks great!

  33. De Flagratus says:

    I've just been diagnosed with diabetes so I guess I'm a vegematic now….:(

  34. NoobieCakes says:

    So this is 12:28 and this just made me really hungry 


    good lord, my mouth is drooling watching this shit! so fucking hungry now!!!

  36. Keith Bernasconi says:

     Why did you have to make me so hungry ?? 

  37. A REDTAIL says:

    I don't have a large outdoor Smoker like they have.? But I do have one of them Stove top Indoor smokers,? That will fit a nice Venison Roast.? & Do the Veggies & Sausages & Bacon in it also.? Great recipe as always from the Pit Boys.?

  38. tuNawazaFISH says:

    This looks absolutely delicious!! I ask barbecue dudes…What does deer meat taste like???? I ask because were I'm from, its reallllyyy rare! 

  39. Sammy Nguyen says:

    Look so damn good!!

  40. MrRdvs87 says:

    err ma gerrd, i can't wait to do this when i get a deer!!!!

  41. Chad Hickey says:

    Forget the beef broth boys, couple cans of beer would have done just fine. I would have thrown all that sausage in the beer with the roast while cooking too.. MMM MMM, Nice buck by the way. Was that a 45 or 30-30 rifle?

  42. Lew Hurlbert says:

    Awesome video, thanks guys.  I'm heading out back to smoke a quarter and learned some nice tips to try today.

  43. Quan7umCuthroat says:

    Lords of the pit I'm a cook in the army and you guys have showed me everything i need in bbq thank you keep it up killas.

  44. Hunter Smith says:

    I know all about smokin up 😉

  45. BLADExARTx5160 says:

    Thanks BBQpitboys you've now managed to make my mouth water for the next 3 months

  46. MoKush 4Me says:


  47. Keidra Douglas says:

    I guess this is a pretty stupid question, but do you guys hunt your own meat or get it at a grocery store?

  48. Donald King says:

    Got Me a couple deer roast in the freezer, You can bet You know what I'm doing with them! Thank You BBQ Pit Boys for Your awesome recipes ! 

  49. cashcleaner says:

    Oh my Lord, guys!  Great video.  Plugging the venison with the bacon looks like it would taste so good.  I've only ever ate  deer as steaks or medallions, never a roast, but I'll try to get my hands on one and try this recipe out.

  50. cookieman38111 says:

    Venison is leaner than beef but has more chloresterol. However, it is still healthy to eat in small portions.

  51. James Thomas says:

    OMG!! my mouth was watering the whole time I was watching this i am going to try the bacon stuffed deer roast next time I go hunting hey you guys got any recipes for rabbit to? 

  52. Octavio Octavius says:

    Yikes! that's delicious!

  53. Slowpoke 53 says:

    Interesting,Boys Lookin Real Guud

  54. shydmples says:

    LOL…I keep saying that you guys should have a raffle where the winner can come out there & kick it with you guys & get their grub on…either that or make some orders where you can ship them for a good price…Keep up the good work! Love your work! A++++++++++++++

  55. canonphoto says:

    just did this and omg was it ever guuuud!

  56. buck buster says:

    I went out and shot a deer today after watching this .so your video caused the death of a deer in NC. its a good thing I watched this during hunting season or me and the g.w. would have had a problem.

  57. padillaog says:

    great stuff guys love your video's

  58. Johnny Longstroke says:

    That Deer in heaven looking like woooooweeee look what they did to me

  59. Jus' Nuts says:

    Those fellas cut their deer roast the same way I do.  Who'd a thunk it?  But I GOTTA get me a smoker!  That roast they cooked looks awesome!  And I'll bet my boots that it tasted heavenly!

  60. Antonio Medina says:

    Tried the chilli was amazing now I gotta try this

  61. Painsince73 says:

    Thanks Pit boys! I'm smoking a hind leg for Christmas and I am going to use this video as my guide! Thanks guys

  62. Michael Tessier says:

    what were the forks for

  63. Denars Orerreug says:


  64. KH 44 Magnum says:

    Cool Video"…. Normally I wrap my venison in Thick apple wood smoked bacon before I grill it or put it in my smoker and it comes out superb!! I definitely will give this a try of putting the bacon on the inside.

  65. Stanley6.0 says:

    I'm starving

  66. Wolfboy2012 says:

    Caution: not for annoying vegan pricks.

  67. WannaBite says:

    AWESOME JOB.can a hungry person [me] get a plate,lol.great tips and twist.thanks for sharing.

  68. KURTIS LUETH says:


  69. Craig Van As says:

    I really enjoy your videos. Your recipes are great. I am from South Africa and every year I go hunting. You may enjoy this recipe. I use a kudu or springbuck fillet . Rub with olive oil and crushed garlic then sprinkle with a bit of lemon juice. Leave in the fridge overnight. Grill over a medium heat till its done the way you like it. I am sure that it will work just as well with the venison that you have there as with what we have here. By the way, when we have a BBQ we call it a braai. The word " braai" rhymes with the word bye but with an "r" in.

  70. Edward Mynning says:

    I love you guys, but why facebook did you think this was my idea?

  71. James Culley says:

    we do a couple great big barbecues every year at my house sometimes we put them on the Internet Jim and Ed's Big redneck BBQ. but we get a lot of her ideas and recipes from you guys you're great I love your videos

  72. Lalvipulasena Vipulasena says:

    fuc fuc………………….

  73. Paula Banáné says:

    Fantasztikusan jó !!! Nagyon ízletes lehet !!! Tetszett ez a Team munka !!! Köszönöm szépen !!

  74. Paula Banáné says:

    Profi munkát végeztek az én Kedves Barátaim, Tanítóim.. Hálás köszönet !!

  75. Gavin Bronkema says:

    And this is why I hunt

  76. Paula Banáné says:

    Fantasztikus, ahogyan készül !!! _ köszönöm szépen Gusztusos . / jó volt látni, legalább itt !!!/

  77. Jessie Sineath says:

    hey boys do you decide how long you are going to smoke the roast by how much it weighs?

  78. Fish Kings Cutlery says:

    Outstanding job of cooking some deer meat in the great outdoors!

  79. ahsteve A says:

    I don't think we have those in our local grocery store. We've fish, pork, beef and chicken and anything else they expect us to catch it ourselves I think. I don't think I ever see a hoof or a head on any of our meat. Not only that I don't think anyone knows any other meats beside what is sold in stores.

  80. ralfiust says:

    1 slice, maybe 2. maybe 4 … you can never have too much

  81. Friend Chicken says:

    Manliest cooking show ever.

  82. Nathan Mayo says:

    bout time to run ole hickory across the stone

  83. Tim Pearson says:

    Oh man! Gotta go kill me a deer quick

  84. Robert Steele says:

    Nice looking snack , with the au jus!

  85. Angel cas says:

    that guy who cook BBQ was in the hard target movie.

  86. William Bell says:

    Holy shit my mouth is watering.

  87. Alex Andrews says:

    Is this applicable to elk as well?

  88. joe Duncan says:

    the 46 ppl that disliked this video should never get on youtube again EVER

  89. Tony Ely says:

    Don’t peel the silver skin off?..

  90. vaztion says:

    You guys are heroes!

  91. Jeremy Laxton says:

    That looks "hell a good" guys. Thanks for teaching me how to cook. Nice video keep up the good work

  92. Kevin Noll says:

    Forks were only there for the photo op.

  93. R A says:

    Im like a deer before head lights, after seeing how scrumptiously these country boys hunted, prepped, and cooked this meat. Its SMOKIN!

  94. FRED THE BASS PRO says:

    "..and some thick slice bacon for smokin'…OOOOOooooohhhhh YEAH" hahahah

  95. Chris Melton says:

    I should not have watched this hungry

  96. Kyle says:

    I call that the venison bacon grease cream pie

  97. Timothy John says:

    Why do you try to sound like Sam Eliot? You sound like a doofus.

  98. Joe Garofalo II says:

    Well, guess who's hungry and jealous now 🤣

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