5 Reviews

Delicious, yummy, Finger licking good. Taste is perfect. My husband and I love it so much. Added the marinade, chicken powder seasoning and water simmer it in a low heat. served with yellow rice pilaf and steamed broccoli. Thank you so much to my brother in law for giving us some pheasants. This is a keeper. Nothing I can ask for. Thank you for sharing.

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csprague0720 October 05, 2015

What a delicious Pheasant dish...and it's easy to prepare...we loved the tangy flavor...the meat was nice and moist and cooked all the way through...I used the broth and made the gravy on the thick side...served this with a rice pilaf and steamed broccoli...this is a keeper...thanks for sharing your recipe...=)

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teresas July 29, 2014

Tried this recipe tonight and it was delicious. My husband and son both raved about it as well. Excellent flavor! I give it 5 stars!

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pamtiques4611 January 10, 2010

This is excellent! I made it with (dare I say) road kill pheasant - saw it hit by a car, turned around and picked it up and did it up in this recipe using just the breasts. My husband raved about it! I had no cilantro, so added some grated ginger and served it over rice. We licked the platter clean! Quite simple, yet beautiful in presentation and with a complexity of flavor that belies the simple preparation! My compliments to you, Haversac!

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Head Chef at Loon Lodge November 19, 2009

The flavors and technique are perfect for pheasant. Can't wait to give this one a shot. We just made a sauce for pasta out of wild pheasant meat and it was pretty darned good. http://yourfoodchoices.wordpress.com

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(y)our food choices November 09, 2009
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