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Topic: Phesant roasters, What would you do with them?< Next Oldest | Next Newest >
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I have two skinned pheasant roasters sitting in the fridge waiting to become a meal.  What would you do with them to make a simple, yet delicious meal that would get please the family?
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Jeff, depending on the age (and toughness?) of the birds, I would a) just use Phred's excellent recipe for grouse just a few threads back, b)treat the birds as old chickens and look up an "ala king" or "pot pie" recipe on the net, c) or just plain roast them. Since you already skinned them make sure to cover them with a couple strips of bacon or fatback if roasting.

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Thanks Ben.  I'll check out that thread.
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I don't know how to link it but if you look back a ways, I posted a recipe for "Creamy mushroom pheasant" It's real popular around here and very healthy too.
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Hey, I fugured it out! Glory be!

Two birds with the leg meat will be plenty if you try it.

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Had pheasant chile tonight for the second time. This is my new favorite pheasant dish. Superb!

I'll post the recipe when I have time.

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The most recent PF magazine has some really good looking phes dishes to try.

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I don't know how to link it but if you look back a ways, I posted a recipe for "Creamy mushroom pheasant" It's real popular around here and very healthy too.
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http://www.uplandjournal.com/cgi-bin....t=45760

Hey, I fugured it out! Glory be!

Two birds with the leg meat will be plenty if you try it.

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