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It’s Grouse season, and although the opportunities for shooting days are little more scarce this year, we expect you’ll probably still be able to get your hands on a bird or two. When that happens, you’re going to want to know what to do with it. You may think that cooking up a superb Grouse dinner only happens in high-end restaurants - but it can actually take place in your own kitchen at home. We’ve teamed up with gametoeat.co.uk to give you a little bit of inspiration for what to do when you come home with a succulent Grouse and need a quick meal!
Lesson number one of cooking grouse; it doesn’t necessarily have to be oven roasted and served traditionally. In fact, with the summer weather still with us, there is no reason not to make a light meal out of your grouse. This ratatouille hits just the right notes, with the lightness of the vegetables pairing perfectly with the depth of taste provided by the grouse breasts. This quick-fire recipe means you have more time to enjoy the good weather while it lasts.
Follow this simple step-by-step guide to produce a beautiful family meal that’ll impress everyone in the household.
Of course, you’ll have to get your ingredients together which involves a little bit of preparation before you can begin. To serve four people, you’ll need:
8 Grouse breasts, ready for pan frying (plucked and stuffed if you’re using a full bird)
A selection of vegetables, 50 grams of each, diced and ready to make the ratatouille. We suggest aubergine, courgette, peppers, tomatoes and peas for a more traditional ratatouille
For sauces, seasoning and garnishing: pea shoots and basil leaves (10 grams), 200ml of fresh tomato sauce, and some sea salt and cracked black pepper.
Serve and enjoy!
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