Game

Game recipes

33 Recipes

Try something new with this versatile, rich-tasting meat.

4.583335

(3 ratings)

Slow-cook rich game into a delicious ragu to serve with ribbon pasta - stock and wine will keep the lean meat moist
  • 1 hour and 55 mins
  • More effort

4.833335

(6 ratings)

Blackberries and game go perfectly together in this light and seasonal salad
  • 20 mins
  • Easy

4.545455

(11 ratings)

A true autumnal treat, this pot roast works equally well with partridge, guinea fowl or chicken
  • 2 hours and 20 mins
  • More effort

4.75

(4 ratings)

Tailor this mash-topped stew to suit whatever game is in season - add more matured meat if you like a strong game flavour
  • 2 hours and 40 mins
  • Easy

4.305555

(9 ratings)

Oven roast this rich game bird - bring out the flavour with sweet cider and apples, and let the juices run into a cream and sage sauce
  • 1 hour
  • Easy

4.714285

(7 ratings)

Gordon Ramsay creates the ultimate game pie – wonderful autumnal vegetables with pheasant and venison, all under a crisp crust.
  • 1 hour and 35 mins
  • A challenge

5

(1 rating)

See what all the fuss about truffles is with this indulgent Sunday lunch or special occasion dish
  • 2 hours
  • More effort

4.71875

(24 ratings)

This is a true taste of autumn, a big bowl of rich, dark, boozy rabbit casserole
  • 2 hours and 35 mins
  • More effort

5

(6 ratings)

A stunning centrepiece for any dinner party - how about trying it as an alternative to turkey at Christmas?
  • 3 hours and 15 mins
  • A challenge

4.42857

(7 ratings)

'Cacciatore' means hunter in Italian and, although we now think of it as a chicken dish, it is a particularly good way to cook rabbit
  • 2 hours
  • Easy

4.464285

(7 ratings)

This is wonderful, honest, one-pot food - stick it in the middle of the table and let everyone help themselves
  • 24 hours
  • Easy

3.75

(4 ratings)

Don't be scared of cooking game - you can cook pheasant breasts as you would chicken
  • 1 hour and 40 mins
  • Easy

4.4

(5 ratings)

A delicious alternative to roast chicken that's just the right size for two. Use any seasonal root veg you like
  • 2 hours
  • Easy

4.42857

(7 ratings)

For a really special Sunday lunch pheasant is a good choice. The parma ham crisps us beautifully in the oven and gives the pheasant an eye-catching edge
  • 1 hour and 20 mins
  • More effort

5

(1 rating)

An easy and impressive summer starter for two. The succulence of melon is a great contrast to the richness of cured meats
  • 20 mins
  • Easy

4

(1 rating)

Barney's restaurant classic involves a bit of chef's technique and gives you a stunning result
  • 1 hour and 40 mins
  • More effort

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