Turtle Dove Martini Recipe My Favorite Winter Cocktail

Remove and discard the skin and bones, shred the bird, and return to the pot. Add the vanilla vodka, Frangelico, amaretto, and cream into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake it well, for about twenty seconds. This adds ice crystals into the martini and reduces the thickness of the cream. Pour into a martini glass and serve.

These recipes are based on removing the whole breasts from the birds and carefully extracting any shot that may remain in the meat. For the best results, do not overcook dove. A medium temperature is about perfect to ensure that the meat stays tender. In a large mixing bowl, combine all crust ingredients except pecans.

Make sure you save the dove hearts and gizzards. A real treat for the kiddos once they’ve spent the morning retrieving and plucking. Simply grab your dove with the breast up and start the pluck, grabbing the feathers and pulling opposite of the direction they grow in. Yes, it’s that simple and once you’ve pluck them remove the feet and guts. Garnish the platter with the crispy parsley sprigs and serve as soon as the doves are cool enough to handle. Pour the glaze over the doves when ready to serve.

The recipe I used is for a mix of yellow noodles, a fried egg, and a fish fillet in rice. Extras can be stored in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks. Pour into your favorite bowl and top with your favorite toppings like cheese, avocado, sour cream or tortilla chips. Try a dash of lime for a sweetness to the heat.

With dove season right the corner followed by most other upland game birds let’s talk about some creative dishes that are simple and super tasty. A delicious martini imbued with creamy hazelnut, almond, and vanilla flavours. This festive cocktail is a delight to enjoy during the holidays. This Turtle Dove martini recipe is the perfect addition to a winter evening. I love experimenting with cooking and rarely follow a recipe details. A pinch of this, a pinch of that, maybe a little of this.

Serve with a guajillo sauce. By far my favorite recipe for grilled doves. Stuffed with fresh herbs, painted bear rugs for nursery with bacon fat and dusted with smoked paprika. Here’s a video on how to pluck a dove, done by Holly.

You can also use any other things you like, such as eggs, noodles, and fish and fish fillets in whatever you like. This turtle dove london recipe is so easy and so yummy that I don’t even need to count the steps. In fact, I probably will end up eating this recipe more than once or twice a week.