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Who doesn't like fried stuff? Especially when seasoned to be aromatic, and savory?

Well here is a traditional Japanese recipe adapted for the queen of the uplands. Yup. Its a pheasant recipe.

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Where pheasants native to the Japan islands?

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Where pheasants native to the Japan islands?

don't know where they are or not..... but they have been linked to the bubonic plague

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Going to try that one tonight. We were thinking of something real simple. I'll add some sauteed mushrooms as a side. Probably have some bread to dip into balsomic vineger and olive oil. Rather eclectic but it sounds good to me.

Thanks for the recipe.

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Yes.

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Highly recommend it. Simply delicious!

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Glad you liked it, Craig. It really is easy, and delicious.

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Yes it was. Thanks Flairball.

I have never used a sake marinade before. The first couple of bites were like, hmm, do I like this? Then every bite got better and I ended up loving it. For me it was a very unique flavor and it took me a bit to aquire the tast for it. My wife was head over heals from the first bite. She also loved it.

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That sounds good, going to give it a try.  If one were wanting to put a little heat in the marinating mixture, what would one use to keep it Japanese style?

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Try to find shichimi (7 spice mix). Really, black pepper would work, too.

Or,

If you have an Asian grocery store nearby get some Japanese mayo, and some Sriracha hot chili sauce. Mix 50/50 , and use it as a dipping sauce. This is what I do.

BTW that's the same sauce you get when you order any spicy roll at the sushi bar.


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