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Pheasant with mirabelles for 2 persons

This is a nice tameless dish for the holidays.

Because many people don't know what mirabelles are, a little explanation: Mirabelle are yellow plums that you can find during the holidays in a jar or canned in syrup water. They have a less pronounced flavor than regular plums but they have a good taste.

1 jar or tin with mirabelle
2 pheasants fillet (a total of 400 or 500 gr)
3 potatoes
1 red onion (red onion give more color to the dish but it can also be made with an ordinary onion)
seasoning salt

Peel the potatoes and cut them into small pieces of about 1 to 2 cm. Let them cook in hot water.
Put a large pan on the stove and put a big lump of butter in. Melt the butter.
Meanwhile, cut the red onion into fine pieces. When the butter has melted, add the pieces of red onion and let them simmer on a low heat until they are shiny and soft.
Take about 14 mirabelles from the jar and place it in the pan. If there are kernels present in the Mirabelle, you can remove them while we eat.
Cut the pheasant fillet into small pieces and fry them in the pan on a low heat.
When the potatoes are almost tender you can put the pieces in the pan to fry.
Herb the dish to a personal taste.
Turn the pheasant pieces and the potatoes on a regular base until everything gets quite a scab.

So this was a simple wild dish, once again.


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