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Hunting Section => Planet Airgun Cookbook => Topic started by: knuckle on May 23, 2017, 02:36:08 PM

Title: Chinese style fried crispy chili beef... pigeon
Post by: knuckle on May 23, 2017, 02:36:08 PM
Allow 4 breasts each for a hearty portion.

Cut the pigeon breast up lengthways, as thin as you can.
Put about an egg cup full of flour into a good sized bowl and add black pepper, 1-2 tspn cayenne pepper and 1-2 tspn smoked paprika.
Drop in the pigeon and fully coat with flour. remove from the flour. as the flour starts to absorb, return to the flour and recoat.
Do this 3-4 times, the more flour coating, the better the end texture. Add more flour in needed. Using a small amount at first is so that you don't need to use a kilo of seasoning in the first place.

Chop up a whole bunch of spring onions including the tails and one pepper. (per 4 breasts)

Heat 3-4 tbsp. sunflower oil until REALLY smoking. Drop in pigeon and keep it moving and turning until it starts to crisp up.
Then add 2 tbsp. of jack daniels glaze per portion into the pan and coat the meat.
Straight after, add the chopped pepper and onions and fry for another 3-4 mins.
Turn out into a serving dish and sprinkle with sesame seeds, if you're as gay as I am.

Bloody handsome in a buttered, crusty white baguette.

Enjoy

NOTE. I'm not gay.
Title: Re: Chinese style fried crispy chili beef... pigeon
Post by: rabbit sniper on May 23, 2017, 09:25:15 PM
Sounds lovely mate. I've just had a burger that put the Wendy burger to shame  ;D
Title: Re: Chinese style fried crispy chili beef... pigeon
Post by: Gambo on May 23, 2017, 09:59:12 PM
Ooooh that had my mouth watering reading that!!! Schlurp.

One question though.....what exactly do you mean by 'Jack Daniel's glaze'? ???
Title: Re: Chinese style fried crispy chili beef... pigeon
Post by: knuckle on May 24, 2017, 02:40:24 PM
Ooooh that had my mouth watering reading that!!! Schlurp.

One question though.....what exactly do you mean by 'Jack Daniel's glaze'? ???

Jack Daniel's glaze comes in a HP Sauce stlye bottle. It's the stuff you get as a dip in TGI Friday's.
 You can find it in most supermarkets. I use it on ribs or when making burgers etc.
Title: Re: Chinese style fried crispy chili beef... pigeon
Post by: Gambo on May 24, 2017, 07:33:10 PM
I thought that's what you were referring to, but many thanks for clarifying (GEDDIT?) the point. ;)