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Slimmers World Pigeon Stew

Discussion in 'Shoot it, eat it, Recipe forum' started by Andrew, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Andrew

    Andrew Engaging Member

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    Basically, me and the Mrs are doing slimmers world to shed off a bit of Xmas timber and this stew is a free meal, no sins.
    You will need
    4 carrots
    2 onions
    1 sweed
    3 parsnips
    4 potatoes
    4 pigeons ( Just the breasts)
    2 beef stock
    1 veg stock
    Marmite
    Worcester sauce
    1 jar lazy smoked garlic.
    Chop all the veg and the whole pigeon breast into the slow cooker and cover with water. Drop in 2 beef stock and one veg stock and cook on low for 4-5 hours. Give it a good stir and ad one table spoon of lazy garlic( smoked is best) ,one level table spoon of marmite and a splash of Worcester sauce. I like to season with rosemary and parsley but its not vital. Give it another hour and a half in the slow cooker. Remove the pigeon breasts and pull apart with two forks. Before returning it to the stew take a sauce pan of the veg and blend with a hand blender. Doing this will thicken the stew without the need of flour. Add the blended veg and pigeon back to the stew. Give it a good stir and give it another half hour in the slow cooker before serving up. Great for a cold winters day.
     

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  2. oedbachgen

    oedbachgen Major Poster

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    Looks delicious Andrew, do you want a old git to pop over to you:D.
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The Two

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    Shall I pm you my address? be ok to bang in microwave won’t it
     
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    Haha, yeah i will send some in the post. Imagine that leaking out over every ones letters in the royal mail van!
     
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    Marky-Boy Just The Two

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    Haha love it thank you
    Stuff them my belly is more important
     
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