Just been given these,
Five partridge any suggestions??

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andrewsherman
10 months

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

joncrewgee
10 months

Is that known as field dressing?

andrewsherman
10 months

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
10 months

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

andrewsherman
10 months

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

joncrewgee
10 months

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

Hari Ghotra
10 months

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

Hari Ghotra
10 months

Wow wow wow - what you doing then??

Damian Green
10 months

Partridge tikka masala?

joncrewgee
10 months

Just going out to pluck and dress them 😊

stripybag
10 months

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

traceyross
10 months

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
10 months

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

Jo dunn
10 months

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
10 months

All sounding good,keep them coming

andrewsherman
10 months

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

boo
10 months

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
10 months

Interesting @Sue Geen

Sue Geen
10 months

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