28cm Deep Saute Pan with lid
This high-quality, heavy duty large saute pan has deep sides, which is perfect for making casseroles on the hob or in the oven.
Pan Fried Pigeon Breasts
Pigeon breast has a rich, smooth flavour similar to liver or even pate but the taste isn't too overpowering. If you've never cooked game before they make a good introduction and this Rosemary Conley recipe teams them with bacon, onions and sticky sweet balsamic vinegar. Served pink and allowed to rest they are tender, juicy and taste delicious. Great for entertaining guests or as a cosy autumn supper. 161 calories and 6.2% fat.
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Pan fried pigeon breasts
Calories per serving
- 4 filleted pigeon breasts
- 2 red onions, sliced
- 4 back bacon rashers, chopped
- a sprig of fresh thyme
- 2 tbsps good balsamic vinegar
- salt and cracked black pepper
- Preheat a non-stick frying pan until hot.
- Season the pigeon with salt and black pepper and dry-fry until lightly browned for 1-2 minutes. Once browned remove from the pan and keep warm.
- Add the onion and bacon to the pan and continue cooking until the onion is soft. Add the thyme, and balsamic deglazing the pan.
- Serve the pigeon on a bed of the potatoes drizzled with the bacon and onion and freshly cooked greens.
Do not over cook the pigeon as this will lead to the meat being tough and not tender.