After the hunt, you will have harvested a game bird that provides a rich, lean red meat, and when not overcooked, it is superb in a number of recipes. When the meat is filleted off the breastplate bone, it offers even greater recipe adaptation.
The type of seasonings and side dishes you choose can customize these common methods listed below greatly:
• Kabobs (dove and veggies)
• Wrapped and stuffed (bacon and hot pepper are common)
• Grilled (hot and fast)
• Sauté (garlic, teriyaki, etc.)
• Diced in chili (slow cooked with tomato base)
Dove hunting is a deep-rooted family tradition. When done properly, dove hunting is very safe, challenging, exciting, and provides a great meal.
When the season is over, clean and oil your shotgun, but don’t put it back into storage — the fall small game hunting season starts up Sept. 30, with quail, squirrel and more.
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