Of course this works best with wild birds like turkey, pheasant — or even a big mess of quail. Don’t just “breast ’em out” and toss the rest — all those bones and meat are the ticket to great stock!
Doves are delicious—and boneless dove breasts are the perfect size—but this recipe works fine with any meat cut to size.
This coaxes even a tough old gobbler breast into something tender, moist and flavorful. A typical adult gobbler has about 4lbs of trimmed, boneless skinless breast meat. You can also use the thighs and the legs. Hover here for the “skinny” on fat… Game sausage Read More …
This is a recipe for a basic brown stock, using bones and meat from just about any fish, game, or livestock. Click here for a detailed treatise on stock.
Brining improves flavor, reduces toughness, and adds moisture. Most meats benefit – but lean, tough and dry meats (like game) benefit most of all. For wild birds brining opens up vast cooking options that otherwise would produce dry, tough meat.
This is a great generic bratwurst recipe, and wild turkey meat is a fine base for sausage. But like most recipes adapted from domestic to wild meat, fat can be a critical factor.
This is an adaptation of a great chicken breast recipe. It involves slicing a boneless wild turkey breast into roughly half pound pieces, about the size and thickness of a chicken breast, each perfect for one serving. It is fast, easy, and delicious.