Friends, hello! Today’s recipe for cooking wild pheasant. My husband brought a young pheasant from hunting. This is my first pheasant. I thought for a long time what to do with it, looked for interesting recipes and finally came up with my own recipe. The pheasant turned out to be tender, with a crispy crust and a pleasant aroma.
The pleasant and delicate taste of young broccoli combined with the piquant taste of classic French mayonnaise sauce gives a rather interesting bouquet. I like to leave tomatoes and onions in the sauce in pieces (they turn out soft when preparing the sauce), but if you want a more tender one, chop the broccoli in a blender before adding the sauce. This dish can be prepared for breakfast on weekends or served as a snack on a festive table. It can be used as a vegetable side dish.