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Whole Pheasant Oven Ready

Product is Sold Frozen

£4.50
Out of stock
SKU
WMTBS121

This product is sold frozen.

Pheasant is known for its wild flavour, a distinct mild gamey flavour which becomes more distinctive the longer the bird has been hung for.

Pheasant is lean, rich in iron and protein but low in fat. It is versatile meat and is a fantastic tasty alternative to chicken.

Oven Ready Pheasant is prepared so it is ready just to pop straight in the oven. Pheasant goes well with many different flavours such as cloves, garlic, juniper berries, rosemary, sage and thyme.

If roasting whole then try covering the bird with our bacon to retain its moistness.

More Information
Cooking Instructions Defrost fully before cooking. Season and cover with streaky bacon then roast in a preheated oven at 220°C , 200°C Fan , Gas Mark 7 for 20 minues basting regularly. After 20 minutes, reduce the heat to 180°C, 160°C Fan, Gas Mark 4 for 35-40 minutes. 15 minutes before the end of cooking, remove the bacon to allow the skin to crisp and then leave to rest for at least 10 minutes before serving.
Advice & Warnings Our game is wild and shot. Whilst every effort is made to remove any shot, on rare occasions traces may be found.
Quantity In Pack 1
Shelf Life 3 months (frozen)
Joint Cut Pheasant - Whole
Storage Instructions The meat, in its delivered and sealed or packaged state, has a shelf life as shown above in Shelf Life when refrigerated. We recommend leaving the meat in its packaging until you want to use it and then bring it to room temperature before cooking.
Notes Images are illustrative only and delivered product will vary

You can now buy a taste of Gower, delivered to your door, anywhere in mainland UK. Unfortunately, we do not delivery to Northern Ireland at the moment and some locations in Scotland require a 2 day delivery service.

We deliver four days a week from Wednesday to Saturday, although there’s an additional charge for weekend delivery and Pre 12pm delivery.


 

Delivery Charges

 

National Weekday Delivery

For orders under £75 we charge £6.95

For orders over £75 delivery is free


National Delivery Pre 12

For deliveries before 12pm we charge £9.95

National Saturday Delivery

For orders under £75 we charge £9.95

For orders over £75 we charge £3.95

 

Click and Collect

For details of our Click and Collect service, please visit our information page https://www.tuckersbutchers.com/click-and-collect/

We do not charge a fee for collection orders.

Local Delivery - Postcodes SA1 - SA7

Available Wednesday, Thursday & Friday between 1300 and 1900

For orders under £25 we charge £4.95

For orders over £25 local delivery is free


Christmas Delivery and Collection

Last day for ordering for Christmas delivery is before midday on December 17th

Our last date for Local Christmas delivery is December 23rd dependant on available slots.

Our last date for National Christmas delivery is December 21st dependant on available slots.

The last date for pre-ordered click and collect before Christmas is December 24th before 12 midday. Click and collect is subject to availability and for last minute questions, please call the Mumbles shop - 01792 366500


 

The earliest delivery/collection date available is automatically calculated at checkout.

 

Restricted Delivery Items

Some products are collection only. These include, Turkeys, Large Chickens and Geese. Where this applies it is indiciated on the product pages and you will only be able to choose collection during checkout.


Packaging we use for our deliveries

Environmentally Friendly & Sustainable

Our high performance insulated packaging is designed specifically for direct deliveries of chilled and frozen foods including meat boxes, fresh fish and seafood, cheeses and deli items, fresh fruit and veg, gourmet menus and ready meals.

Our packaging has been rigorously tested and proven to keep produce within the temperature ranges required by the Food Standards Agency.

Once you've unpacked your order, the insulation liners or felted wool can be re-used for a variety of purposes.

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