Pheasant Breast Fillets

Lean and meaty for a quick, tasty meal
Prime, lean breast meat, ready for any meal.

Please note: Whilst every effort is made to remove shot from the meat, some shot may remain.
  • Genuinely wild pheasant breasts
  • Hand cut and prepared to the highest standards
  • Skinless fillets, lean and healthy
  • Ideal for both midweek meals and entertaining
  Professionally shock frozen
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Pheasant Breast Fillets
£6.00
£33.33 per kg
Box Contains:

    • 2 Pheasant Breast Fillets, in pack of 2
      (pack weight 180g)

2 servings
Code: G922
Quantity:
Pheasant Breast Fillets

Regular Price: £18.00

Special Price: £14.00

£25.93 per kg
Box Contains:

    • 6 Pheasant Breast Fillets, in packs of 2
      (pack weight 180g)
    • Please note:Whilst every effort is made to remove shot from the meat, some shot may remain.

3-6 servings
Code: D593
Quantity:
Pheasant Breast Fillets
£24.00
£33.33 per kg
Box Contains:

    • 8 Pheasant Breasts, skinless, in packs of 2
      (pack weight 180g)

4-8 servings
Code: D1229
Quantity:
Storage Conditions: Store at < -18ºC (Supplied frozen)
Recommended Shelf Life once defrosted: Store between 0 - 5ºC Use within 24 hours

Suitable cooking methods: Click desired method for printable guide

Pan Frying
Low Temperature Cooking

Warning: Our game is genuinely wild and whilst every effort is made to remove shot from the meat, please be aware that some may remain.

Nutritional values: 100g (raw) contains:
Energy values: 918Kj/220kcal, Protein 27.9g, Carbohydrates 0g of which Sugars 0g, Fat 7.2g
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Pheasant Breast Fillets
Overall Rating
  
5
Quality
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Service
Full of flavour
   5
Sometimes they look a little bloody, but don't be put off -- wrapped in prosciutto and cooked quickly they have a good gamey flavour -- not too strong, but distinctive. I had excellent results serving them with Puy lentils and a reduction of cepes and red wine.
By Philip H - 3rd Oct 2012