Just been given these,
Five partridge any suggestions??

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andrewsherman
over 1 year

Could be! I do it in my garage, I’ll call it garage un-dressing 😂

joncrewgee
over 1 year

Is that known as field dressing?

andrewsherman
over 1 year

It involves laying the bird on its back, spread and stand on the wings, gently but FIRMLY pull the legs up until you feel a looseness, this separates the crown from the body and it’s easy to remove the breasts.

joncrewgee
over 1 year

They are in the fridge done @andrewsherman but please share for next time 👍

andrewsherman
over 1 year

Are you just using breasts? There’s an easy way to get them out that isn’t plucking and dressing 👍

joncrewgee
over 1 year

Still not sure @Hari Ghotra thinking tandoori, have you any ideas?

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

@joncrewgee - tandoori would be great especially as you have a fav mix now!

Hari Ghotra
over 1 year

Wow wow wow - what you doing then??

Damian Green
over 1 year

Partridge tikka masala?

joncrewgee
over 1 year

Just going out to pluck and dress them 😊

stripybag
over 1 year

Hope you enjoy @ joncrewgee, let us know what happens.

traceyross
over 1 year

I remember my Mum cooking game with apricots in a stew in the slow cooker. A nice sweet mango chutney would be nice maybe fenugreek curry partridge and a red lentil dal. Richness and sweetness and nice gravy @joncrewgee but I’m sure it will be delicious whatever you make

joncrewgee
over 1 year

Sounds delicious @Jo Dunn
Was thinking to curry these one
One way or another 🥘🥘🥘

Jo dunn
over 1 year

These will be delicious @joncrewgee , but a fair bit of work. We did some a while back. They can be very 'dry', so don't overcook them and have a great plum sauce to go with their game-ey-ness💕

joncrewgee
over 1 year

All sounding good,keep them coming

andrewsherman
over 1 year

I’ve made Pheasant tandoori tikka before, same mix as chicken. I thought it was lovely 🤤

boo
over 1 year

What about roasted partridges golden brown, with „Fried Rice“ and cabbage with ginger, garlic and a pinch of turmeric?
For the “fried rice” you cook basmati rice in boiling water half-done only. Always soak the rice 30 minutes in lukewarm salted water before putting to a boil. In a pan you fry onions golden brown together with 5 cm cassia bark, 2 cloves, 5 pods green cardamom, 1 black cardamom. When onions are golden brown, add the rice, mix carefully with 2 forks, cover and leave for several minutes on a low heat. @joncrewgee

joncrewgee
over 1 year

Interesting @Sue Geen

Sue Geen
over 1 year

how about adapting a murgh mussallam? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murgh_musallam?wprov=sfla1