Baked pheasant in red wine with carrot and onion
Food - Drink
Deviled Pheasant: The Lux Dish Princess Anne Loves
The royals have a lot of specific preferences about their food, and this includes Princess Anne, the second eldest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. The Princess Royal has told the public about her snacking and dining habits many times, including her favorite poultry dish, which some consider to be unique: deviled pheasant.
Princess Anne's favorite deviled pheasant recipe comes from the Executive Chef of The Ritz in London, John Williams. “Deviled” traditionally means to "cook something with fiery hot spices or condiments," per Southern Living, but this dish is more decadent than spicy, starting with two whole pheasants boiled with herbs and vegetables.
Williams boils the birds with veggies like carrots, onions, and garlic, then removes the meat from the bones and leaves it to stew in the juices. The meat is drained and a mixture of whipped cream, Worcestershire sauce, and Sharwood's Green Label Mango Chutney is poured over it like a sort of casserole, then baked for about 10 minutes.