Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Have you ever eaten pigeon meat? Did you know that wild pigeon is very very tasty? Have you hunted after them? 

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

When birds eat their fill they always fly in one and the same direction for drinking.

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeons can be fried, boiled, stewed… We gonna make pigeon soup now. Trust us, it’s very tasty!

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

It is cooked as many other soups are. Broth is made first, then rice or noodles are added, potatoes or anything you want to be in it. Pigeon broth is always delicious. It’s never be compared to chicken one. Probably because chickens start thinking about their death since hatching out. Boil the ingredients on slow fire.

Feather are to be fully removed. If you have no stove for it, use a lighter.

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Adding the ingredients

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

The broth is to be boiled for 1,5 hours, then add the noodles and boil it all for 10 min more.

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Some parsley in the end

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Pigeon Soup, Why Not?

Bon appetit!

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5 thoughts on “Pigeon Soup, Why Not?”

  1. Try letting them hang for 14 days they will be much nicer, tender and more palatable. You should never eat fresh meat. The best Scottish beef can hang for as much as 8 weeks or more.

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  2. Wild pigeons are fine, but you should not eat city pigeons – they eat all kinds of garbage and junk, and carry a lot of diseases. Seagulls are not to be eaten for the same reason – unless you’re far out at sea for them to be eating crap.

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