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5 Delightful Dove Appetizer Recipes To Try Today

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Are you looking for some delightful and delicious dove appetizer recipes to create? Then, you won’t want to miss out on these five recipes!

 

5 Delightful Dove Appetizer Recipes

These five dove appetizer recipes will leave you with a mouth-watering flavor. And, they are great to use at your next family, and friends get together party. These are tried and authentic recipes used by dove recipe lovers.

 

Hot Fried Doves Recipe

Hot Fried Doves uses buttermilk, butter, honey, jalapeno, and seasonings for a mouth-watering flavor. Before creating the recipe, you will need to soak the doves in buttermilk overnight or at least four hours on the day of cooking. To find out more details, please visit Texas Monthly.

 

Grilled Doves with Blueberry BBQ Sauce Recipe

This quick and easy delightful dove recipe uses a Blueberry based BBQ sauce. Huckleberries can also be used in place of the blueberries. The BBQ sauce is awesomely delicious and can be used on other meats as well. Prep time for this recipe is around twenty-five minutes with a cook time of twenty minutes. For more info, be sure to visit Honest Food.

 

Dove Tortellini Recipe

Who doesn’t love a beautiful tortellini recipe? The Dove Tortellini recipe brings pasta to the top stuffed with duck. Preparation time is approximately ninety-minutes, and cooking time is ten minutes.

Tortellini dough is created from flour, eggs, and a small amount of water. The dove stuffing is created using dove, oil, garlic, white wine, and a small amount of seasoning. The tortellini sauce is made using butter and a few ingredients to season. If you have never made home-made tortellini, you will find some great tips from the author at Honest Food.

 

Blood Orange & Herb Stuffed Dove Recipe

Another delightfully simple dove recipe to try is Blood Orange & Herb Stuffed Dove. Ingredients include dove, rosemary, blood orange, garlic, thyme, butter, pepper, oregano, and sea salt. Once this recipe is prepared, cooking time is approximately twenty minutes. For all the recipe details, please visit From Field To Plate.

 

Sweet & Spicy Dove Breast Recipe

Are you looking for a sweet and spicy dove appetizer recipe? Then, be sure to give this recipe a try. The ingredients include dove, sweet onions, banana peppers, buttermilk, breading, and sauce. Deep fry the sweet and spicy dove for around eight minutes per batch. For all the details, please visit Honey Catering.

 

What Delightful Dove Recipes Do You Enjoy?

What delightful dove recipes do you enjoy making? Please leave your notes below for the lake community to read! We love to hear from you!

 

 



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