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Best guinea fowl recipes
In this impressive dinner for two, roast guinea fowl sits in a rich and creamy chicken stock sauce with shallots and lardons. Serve with mashed potatoes and greens.
Seasonal guinea fowl in a bowl of comforting buttery couscous makes this a true December-time dish. It serves up to six people so it's a great alternative to a traditional Sunday roast
This guinea fowl terrine makes a great starter and tastes even better the day after it's made. You can use pheasant or other game birds for this dish, as well as other fruits such as dried cranberries or dried apricots.
This recipe for pot-roast guinea fowl is a great idea for when you want the comfort of a roast but there's only two of you. The bird is cooked in a casserole with vermouth, bay, sage and pancetta, for a comforting, flavour-packed result.
Our biryani looks and tastes impressive but it's easy to make and is a great alternative way to use guinea fowl. The meat is marinated in yogurt, garlic, ginger, turmeric, cumin, coriander and chilli before being cooked with the rice.
Guinea fowl is as easy to cook as chicken and makes for a deliciously unusual dinner party main course. Here the bird is flavoured with a cardamom and chilli butter and is roasted with mascarpone in the cavity.
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If you've never tried this Mexican one-pot before then this guinea fowl version is a simple and delicious recipe that is sure to get you hooked. Chipotle chillies and dark chocolate work real magic on the meat. Serve with lime-spiked rice and extra lime on the side.
Guinea fowl makes this hotpot heavenly. The bird is cut into pieces and combined with button mushrooms, garlic, thyme and in red wine, and topped with Charlotte potatoes.
This is a simple and easy guinea fowl recipe for when you need a more substantial salad. Butterfly the bird to make it roast quickly then serve on top of tarragon, parsley and mint. Sprinkle with pomegranate seeds to serve.
This fiery Portuguese marinade has many different incarnations, but the basic ingredients remain the same; chillies, garlic and the sharpness of lime juice or vinegar. Guinea fowl has a more gamey flavour than chicken so it stands up to marinating really well.
This recipe for spiced guinea fowl with chilli noodles is an inspired new way to use this bird. It gets rubbed with curry powder and cumin then fried, roasted and serves with noodles. A really simple recipe but packs in lots of delicious flavours.
This recipe for roast guinea fowl with sage and lemon mash is really simple to make but looks and tastes delicious. Lemon and sage mash is a great way to pack in extra flavour. A roast lunch on the table in just an hour and a half.