Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Dove
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Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Dove

Bacon Wrapped Jalapeno Dove

For the Dove hunter that just can't find a recipe for dove. This one is nice if your are on a multiple-day dove hunt. This is a wonderful way to cook and enjoy fresh dove meat, and keep you within your posession rules. Always a hit at the campsite, and I even make it while cooking out on the patio. You can use your patio fire pit for this one. You will need to have a cooking grill for your fire pit.

  • A batch of dove breast filets. ( 10 Doves makes 20 breast filets, unless Uncle John just had to use that semi-auto and in that case 10 dove might make a few less filets)
  • Fresh jalapeno peppers, sliced into 1/4" medallions.
  • Lemon pepper
  • 10 slices bacon. (I prefer pepper smoked thick cut)
  • White vinegar
  1. Place the breast in a large bowl and coat them with 1/4 cup white vinegar and 1/4 cup lemon pepper. More is better in this case. Dove meat is naturally gamey and needs some masking.
  2. Toss breast and cover. Allow to marinade in fridge or on ice for a minimum of 2 hours. Re-toss for a minute or two every 30 minutes if possible.
  3. On a cutting board or large cookie sheet, lay a slice of bacon flat. Place 2 dove breast a slice of jalapeno on the bacon an roll it up. Stick a toothpick thru it to hold. Note: A wooden cutting board works really well because the bacon sticks to the wood and helps control the rolling up.
  4. Place directly on the grill. If your cooking grill has large spaces you may need to put a piece of foil down first. I am not a fan of foil on the grill, but it may help keep these lovely morsels from falling thru.
  5. Allow to cook until bacon is crisp. The crispier the better.
  6. Remove from heat, allow to cool for a few minutes and serve.

Submitted by: The FirePitBoss - Tucson, AZ
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