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    Default Recipes for phesant?

    What's your favourite way to cook pheasant?

    Fried? Baked? Crockpot?

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    I have a great pheasant recipe, that's been in our family for 100 years.

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    I wasn't asking for secret family recipes...but if your offering I won't turn you down!

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    Pheasant fajitas and pheasant jambalaya are my two favorites. Save the legs and thighs from your birds. Pressure cook for 20 minutes and that meat is tender and peels super easy. If you donít already have a pressure cooker, buy one.

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    pheasant fajitas sound good! Thanks for the ideas 519vx!

    Keep them coming guys!

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    I like pheasant marsala (like chicken marsala):

    Cut cleaned breast halves into about 1/2 - 3/4 inch strips and brine for a day

    Add plenty of oil and butter to a skillet and set at med

    Dredge pheasant strips in flour and place in hot skillet

    Season with salt, pepper, garlic, and oregano

    When browned on one side, turn strips to the other side. When browned . . .

    Add marsala wine and cooking sherry in about equal amounts or to taste

    Add sliced raw mushrooms spread over the strips and worked into the wine/oil/butter mix

    Cover skillet and reduce heat until mushrooms are cooked

    Mix up strips and mushrooms and serve over rice or pasta
    Last edited by BritChaser; 10-24-2018 at 09:16 AM.
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    Hey BritChaser, thanks for sharing your recipie! It sounds delicious!

    Side question....do you always brine your phesant meat before cooking it? Or just with certain recipies?

    Thanks again BritChaser!

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    I'm going to try a biscuit pheasant pot pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by uplandPheasent112 View Post
    Hey BritChaser, thanks for sharing your recipie! It sounds delicious!

    Side question....do you always brine your phesant meat before cooking it? Or just with certain recipies?

    Thanks again BritChaser!
    Always brine. You're welcome.
    Last edited by BritChaser; 10-22-2018 at 04:10 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btomlin View Post
    I'm going to try a biscuit pheasant pot pie
    That sounds tasty.
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