There are so many reasons to try wild meat.
Compared with classic supermarket meats wild meat is astonishingly versatile; the flavour profiles of one type of bird are completely unlike another, giving you plenty of room to experiment in the kitchen.
It’s also lean, high in protein and low in fat, making it a healthy switch for midweek meals.
Better still, for extra peace of mind you can choose assured wild meat, so it’s guaranteed to be high quality and sustainably sourced.
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Promoting Wild Meat to You: We’re here to show you how amazing and tasty wild meat can be. It’s all about bringing exciting flavors to your table.
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Types of Wild Meat
Each type of wild meat offers something a little different, from subtly flavored Pheasant to glorious Grouse.
Grouse live free and wild in Britain’s heathery moorlands. The lean, dark brown meat of red grouse is rich and versatile – and contains less than a third of the fat of chicken.
Pheasant is probably the most popular wild meat bird, with good reason. A white meat with a mild flavour, it’s definitely the best place to start if you’ve never tried game before.
This subtly flavoured little bird is sweet, delicate, and as delicious cooked simply as in a complicated casserole. With seasonal vegetables it makes an impressive, yet low effort, roast.
Wild mallard contains less fat and has a much fuller flavour than farmed duck. Each part of the bird tastes unique, and the rich meat pairs perfectly with tart and fruity flavours.
Pigeon is always an attractive choice, due to being a quick and easy source of protein. It has a deep and rich flavour which is great for pies and stews.