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Pan Fried Pheasant With Salsa Verde And Saffron Mash

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Difficulty: Medium Serves: 2 Preparation: 15 mins Cooking: 25 mins This winter warmer will impress, even though it’s easy to make!      INGREDIENTS 4 pheasant breasts 2 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp unsalted butter Salt & freshly ground black pepper Salsa Verde 2-3 cloves garlic, peeled 1 tbsp capers (if poss non-parareille) left whole…

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Wild Rabbit Ragu with Penne

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  Difficulty: Medium Serves 4 Preparation: 25 mins Cooking: 1 hour 10 mins       INGREDIENTS 1 wild rabbit, all meat cut from bones 3 tbsp olive oil 75g cubed smoked pancetta 1 medium carrot, scrubbed and finely grated 1 large stick of celery, washed then finely grated 1 medium onion, finely grated 3 cloves…

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The Granary Kitchen

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      Address – Everton, Lymington Website– http://www.thegranarykitchen.co.uk/collections/our-courses/products/meatandgame Information A Meaty day will include preparing and making starter and main course ideas such as authentic French style Terrines and Pates, making African rub marinades to spice up Chicken or Pork. Meat courses running between September and March will also include Game dishes such as Rabbit Pie, Venison…

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Red Pheasant Curry

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This Red Pheasant Curry is a delicious way to eat game and is simple to make in six easy steps. The dish is best served with naan or paratha bread, poppadums or crisply fried onions and pickles. Make sure to Tweet us @gametoeat to share photos of your culinary delights. Difficulty: Medium Serves: 4 Preparation:…

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Roast Pheasant with Ricotta & Parma Ham

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Difficulty: Easy Serves: 4 Preparation:30 mins Cooking: 70 mins INGREDIENTS: 90g pack Parma ham 140g ricotta 1 tbsp thyme leaves, plus some sprigs 3 tbsp freshly grated parmesan 2 oven-ready pheasants , washed and dried 150ml extra-dry vermouth olive oil, for drizzling METHODS: Heat oven to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7. Separate the layers of Parma ham and…

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