This lovely slow cooked one pot venison casserole is hearty and full of flavour, perfect as a warming supper in the cold months.
A wholesome meal-in-a-bowl, this soup is similar to Scotch broth, but made with lean diced rabbit rather than lamb. Aromatic tarragon and a mixture of vegetables give the soup a fabulous flavour, and an accompaniment of Scottish-style oatcakes brings a contrasting texture to complete the meal.
Juniper berries and orange flavour the sauce, while walnuts contribute a satisfying crunch to this excellent winter casserole. It is served with a warming mash of carrots, parsnips and potatoes – perfect with the pheasant.
In Spain, the home of this spicy dish, chickpeas are very popular and are often stewed with a small amount of meat and a vegetable or two to make hearty one-pot feasts. Serve this with chunks of rustic sourdough bread on the side, so that you can dip it in to enjoy every drop of the delicious gravy.
Venison steaks slowly braised with red cabbage and blueberries make an ideal special occasion dish for the family or for easy entertaining. Serve with warm crusty rolls or petits pains.
A hearty and tasty one-pot dish that's quick and easy.
A delectable Portuguese dish in which is rabbit is brushed with mustard, and cooked in white wine with bacon and shallots.
Scottish venison is browned with onions and garlic and combined with Worcestershire sauce, thyme and bay leaf in this hearty stew.