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Roasted Pigeon Recipe with Cinnamon Rice

Roasted Pigeon Recipe with Cinnamon Rice

Roasted Pigeon Recipe with Cinnamon Rice by The African Gourmet



Pigeons have dark meat, very little fat making pigeon a simple recipe food. What does pigeon taste like, if a pigeon eats corn, the meat will have a sweet, nutty flavor. Pigeon meat tastes like what the pigeon eat in the wild or on the farm. Egyptian braised pigeon with cinnamon rice is a flavorful pigeon recipe perfect for the first time pigeon recipe chef. 


Young pigeon birds are the best for roasting recipes since the meat is tender, as the pigeon gets older the meat gets tougher and the birds are best slow-cooked. Wood pigeons are considered the top shelf of cooking pigeons recipes.



Young pigeon birds are the best for roasting recipes since the meat is tender


Roasted Pigeon Recipe with Cinnamon Rice



Ingredients

Two cleaned cut up pigeons

3 cups white rice

1 1/2 cups whole milk

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

2 tablespoons butter

Salt and black pepper to taste



Directions

Boil the pigeons for 10 minutes with salt. Remove pigeons from water into a large heated ovenproof Dutch pot with butter, seasonings and brown pigeons lightly. Pour milk and rice over pigeons bake covered 1 hour. Serve.



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