Lean gamy partridge tastes especially good served with an autumn-fruit preserve. Try serving with a peppery salad such as red mustard and red chard leaves.
This is a recipe specifically for wild goose, which is quite different than a farm-raised goose. Instead of the fruit listed, you can use almost any dried fruit you wish.
This is a simpler roast goose than my other recipe on the site, but equally delicious. My family loves either at Christmas.
People will be talking about this show-stopping Christmas centrepiece for years to come. Roast goose doesn't get better than this!
Celebrate a special occasion with quails marinated in wine, and fruit-stuffed apples. Serve alone as a starter. For a main course add carrots and spinach, with potato and pumpkin mash to soak up the sauce.
Here, ‘huffed’ or ‘houghed’ means wrapped, and in this 18th-century recipe iron-rich pheasant breasts are cooked in attractive pastry parcels.
Partridge, seen by many as the king of game birds, has sweet, succulent meat that is also low in cholesterol.
We always have roast goose for Christmas dinner, and this recipe makes an already special dish magnificent.
If you're looking for a simple and easy roast goose recipe, this is it. No frills, just a succulent roast goose, perfect to serve with roasties and all the trimmings. If you do not want to make the red wine gravy, simply freeze the goose neck and giblets to use another time.
This roast goose makes for an unforgettable Christmas dinner.