Home Forums > Other BackYard Poultry > Pheasants and Partridge (Chukar) > Chukar..whats it taste like? Discussion in ' Pheasants and Partridge (Chukar) ' started by redhen , Sep 18, 2009 .
I love the taste of chukar. I like to either cook it on the grill with alittle Ital Dressing (as mentioned above) or cut it into strips, dredge in seasoned flour, deep fry, then dip in either sweet/ sour apricot or BBQ sauce. HHHUUUMMM..
I've got a flock (brood? murder? mayhem? family?) of about 20 of them that live on the hill behind our house. They settle down for the evening inside the gaps in the foundation stones of the rock retaining wall below us. And they get up at a ridiculous time in the morning to cluck their praises to the rising sun. I'm trying to thinking of some horrible chukar 'accident' that might ...
What does a chukar taste like? National bird of Pakistan? The Chukar Partridge or Chukar (Alectoris chukar) is the national bird of Pakistan. Read More. share:
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They’re good in a slow cooker stew, smoked, or prepared like hot wings. I think chukar are best aged a week or two, but when you do enjoy a meal of this noble bird, knowing what went into bagging it will make it taste even better. There are lots more reasons to hunt chukar. Of course with all types of hunting, it’s could just be a personal ...
As far as cooking smaller game birds, if you oven bake, wrap them completely in bacon. Not only does it give a nice flavor, but the bacon takes the brunt of the heat, and helps trap moisture, so the bird doesn't dry out. I do this with anything from quail to pheasants.
The chukar partridge is part of a confusing group of "red-legged partridges". Several plumage variations within the widespread distribution of the chukar partridge have been described and designated as subspecies. In the past the chukar group was included with the rock partridge (also known as the Greek partridge).
The one thing I don't want to do is wait for the cover to die and thin out - I want to get Winnie back out as soon as possible, plus I'm really looking forward to going. So it's just a matter of what birds to get. My latest idea is to get four chukar and then have them plant two pheasants at the far end of the field.
What does the chukar eat? corn. ... make a poop and eat it eat it eat it make a poop and eat it eat it eat it and it will taste very nice. share: Why do hyenas like to live in grasslands?