Boned Guinea Fowl with a sneaky sauce.

Google Instant delivers search results before you’ve finished typing them. If you start to type ‘how to bone a guinea fowl’ into Google Instant, you get unexpected results by the time you get to “How to bone a gu..”. Some Not Safe For Work. I wonder who the ‘tall guy in the shower’ actually was? And who needed to know the answer?

I needed to look  up the boning process because Tim de boned his guinea fowl without me watching every move – I got a bit squeamish and wandered off whilst he was doing it.

After deboning, he stuffed the bird with some pequillo squash, roasted garlic, onions and thyme.

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For the stuffing

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Guinea Fowl

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Pan frying the guinea fowl

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Pan frying the guinea fowl

Whilst the bird was cooking, he knocked up (is there a theme developing here?) an instant chocolate sauce, using Toblereone. The results were surprisingly good, dark, not at all sweet, with satisfying occasional crunches of nuttiness. He plated up the sliced boned guinea fowl with some cous cous, and melting goats cheese.

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Plated up with cous cous, goat’s cheese and toblerone sauce

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Melting goat cheese and sneaky toblerone sauce to finish

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