Cut or slice back-strap into medallions. Season with hot sauce, onion and garlic powder and a couple of beaten eggs. Measurement of season dependent on taste/preferences and amount of meat. Mix together seasoned fish fry, cornmeal or just plain flour. If not using seasoned, then season to taste or diet requirements. Spray baking pan with non-stick or olive oil. Drain deer meat from egg and coat with seasoned dry mix of choice. Lay on pan, top with pat of butter. Cover and cook at 350 for 20 minute and check for doneness. This of course is dependent on thickness of meat. When no longer pick, uncover and let coating crisp. This is a very forgiving recipe, but don't overcook without cover or will dry out. We have tried all of the above seasoning and more. We have tried all of the dry coating alone or all mixed together. Good hunting!! The back-strap is the tenderloin and the most prized piece of the deer to many.