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    Does anyone have any phase 2 friendly pheasant recipes please

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    You could casserole with bacon, shallots/leeks and other veg, cooking it long and slow. This how I use to do my pheasants so they did not become dried out.

    Google pheasant casserole, loads of ideas which could adapt.

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    Thanks Christine.
    I have Googled but all the recipes seem to have lots of Cider in them which would be mixing.

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    I'd follow one of them, substituting stock for the cider if you want to be totally THD, and then reduce and chuck in a bit of mustard and a load of cream at the end (remove the pheasant while you reduce the stock down, then return to the pan to warm through again at the end).

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    Thanks Mr JDW but that wouldn't work with my favourite recipe and I am dairy intolerant. I do appreciate the advice though. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrJDW View Post
    I'd follow one of them, substituting stock for the cider if you want to be totally THD, and then reduce and chuck in a bit of mustard and a load of cream at the end (remove the pheasant while you reduce the stock down, then return to the pan to warm through again at the end).
    I did take your advice and try this Mr JDW and despite my reservations about it working with my favourite recipe you were absolutely right - it worked superbly. I swapped the cider for chicken stock and added mustard and cream. The original recipe used Crème Fraiche but without the cider I thought this may have been a little sour. I am dairy intolerant but risked a stall for the small amount used, although I hope I don't stall, as it was delicious and I hope to use this recipe again and again. Many thanks for the sound advice Mr JDW.

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