Partridge is one of the healthiest meats being very low in fat and cholesterol, containing no saturated fatty acids, and also high in iron, selenium and zinc. The meat is known for its distinct flavour that comes from being harvested from natural landscapes such as The Yorkshire Dales.
Partridge make a perfect portion as a main course for one simply roasted with some seasonal vegetables but, like most game, they work very well as a terrine, too. The controlled cooking and the addition of some good fatty streaky bacon keeps the terrine succulent and a mixture of mushrooms adds another flavour dimension.
Pot Roast Partridges cooked in smoked Paprika, Garlic and White Wine served on a Pearl Barley, Spinach and Chorizo Risotto.
A flavour packed pot roast given to us by Taste of Game Chef Jose Souto
A classic combination of flavours making the most of early season partridge
Partridge is great game bird but people usually think of cooking pheasant before partridge. Let us change that as there will be plentiful partridge about this year.
Roast Partridge with Rosti ,quick tasty and easy to cook