Pheasnt carcase?

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by vvaannmmaann, Apr 14, 2012.

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  1. Having removed the breasts,I'm looking at the carcase.Normally I throw it away.What else could I do with it? Obvious thing is soup/stock but any other more exciting suggestions? seems such a waste.

    PS I once tried to confit the legs - disaster!
  2. The strong taste might be suitable for mulligatawny.
  3. Don't dismiss the stock idea, pheasant stock is great in onion soup.
  4. Stick it in the Micro for a minute and 'American pie' it.
  5. Make a nice hat to frighten the children.
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  6. Negligent-Discharge

    Negligent-Discharge LE Book Reviewer

    Getting a pressure cooker is great for stock. Birds and bones simly melt in 'em. Highly recommended.
    All we use the carcass for is stock and the bits go to Mrs. Fox who knows when stock is being made.
  7. Make a game broth. Google it.
  8. Make a belting hat....****, I've just read the thread and I've been beaten to it! Anyway, I agree...a hat!