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    Recipes for Teal

    I shot a brace of Teal this evening on my little pond!
    Does anyone have a good recipe for these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo8 View Post
    I shot a brace of Teal this evening on my little pond!
    Does anyone have a good recipe for these?
    the one we use covers all wild fowl...












    you get an old boot and cook it in the same oven as the bird...


















    when they are both done











    you give the bird to the dog











    and













    eat the boot..........












    Tim.243
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    That's a shame, because I've cooked other wildfowl before with excellent results.
    Anyone got any actual recipes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckaroo8 View Post
    That's a shame, because I've cooked other wildfowl before with excellent results.
    Anyone got any actual recipes?
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    Roast in a hot oven. Baste with honey frequently during the cooking period.



    GG
    He that strikes the venison first shall be the lord o' the feast.” — Shakespeare, King Lear.

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    Heat some honey in a pan and then fry the Teal breasts in it like you would a fillet steak. They can then be served on a bed of noddles or with your favourite winter veg.

    ATB 243 Stalker.
    Last edited by 243 Stalker; 08-11-2015 at 00:39.

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    If you like meat pink its only going to take minutes to roast whole I'd brown if first in a pan then red hot oven for about 10 mins then rest or cut off the breasts and fry if they are really fatty start them skin side down in a cold pan with a tiny smear of oil then when nice and crispy flip them over to finish, the liver would be my treat if its not smashed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim.243 View Post
    the one we use covers all wild fowl...












    you get an old boot and cook it in the same oven as the bird...


















    when they are both done











    you give the bird to the dog











    and













    eat the boot..........












    Tim.243
    Don't believe it! Teal are very tasty.

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    As said already, breast them out and simply fry. Keep the skin on to retain the fat and lightly score the surface. Delicious.

    If I have time for plucking the whole bird, I always do them as crispy aromatic duck with tortillas, little gem lettuce and home made plum sauce. The kids love it. It's a good way to eek out the whole bird, all the fiddly bits of meat and crispy skin. I marinade in a bit of olive oil and a good dusting of five spice powder inside and out and lots of sea salt. I sometimes put a knob of ginger in the cavity too.

    I save the fat too for roasting potatoes, though they do have an aromatic twist to them :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bogtrotter View Post
    Don't believe it! Teal are very tasty.
    I know they are.....mine go to a friend who makes pâté...which is soooooooooooooo nice



    Tim.243
    Stalking is very much like going to the night club

    You can always tell an Essex Boy, just you cant tell him much...

    An hour in the field is worth a week of typing trash.....




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