Pheasant Al Mattone

Pheasant Al Mattone

Pheasant al mattone, means “to cook under a brick.” The pheasant is placed in a hot frying pan, weighted with a Himalayan salt block, brick or heavy pan, and placed in an oven to cook. This pheasant comes out golden brown and so tender that it falls off the bone. Game On!


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