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RECIPE: Easy Crock Pot White Pheasant Chili


Ten minutes of prep time and a slow cooker will give you a hearty pheasant meal that’s sure to be a repeat favorite in your upland household.


1 full shredded pheasant or 4 shredded cooked pheasant breasts

2 Cups of chicken stock or broth

2 Cups of shredded cheddar cheese

1 Tbsp. cumin

½ jar of salsa

1 large jar of Great Northern Beans

Salt and pepper



Shred pheasant.

Add all ingredients to your crock pot or slow cooker.

Stir and add lid.

Cook on High for 6 hours or Low for 12 hours.

Serve with shredded cheese, sour cream, and crackers.

Serves: 6-8.

Anthony’s Antics Afield is written by Anthony Hauck, Pheasants Forever’s Online Editor. Email Anthony at AHauck@pheasantsforever.org and follow him on Twitter @AnthonyHauckPF.

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7 Responses to “RECIPE: Easy Crock Pot White Pheasant Chili”

  1. Is the shredded pheasant cooked already or raw?
    How does one shred a pheasant?

  2. @Sally – I actually like to cook the pheasant in the slow cooker prior to putting all the ingredients in. I’ll cook the pheasant for a few hours by itself in the slow cooker, then take a couple forks and shred the meat apart, then add everything back in the slow cooker and let it go for a few more hours. – Anthony Hauck, Online Editor, Pheasants Forever

  3. Kyle says:

    I had one late season dove and one late season pheasant left and this was perfect. Absolutely fantastic.

  4. Chief says:

    Maybe post a pic of the chili rather than a can of chili with cheese on it.

  5. Adam says:

    I’ve never heard of “a jar of great northern beans”. Anything they are similar to that I can find in my local grocery store? Thanks

  6. They are their own type of bean, and found at almost any grocer, but can be used interchangeably with other white beans, such as navy beans. – Anthony Hauck, Online Editor, Pheasants Forever

  7. Sean says:

    Adam, I was in the same boat as you having never heard of great northern beans. But I looked in the bean aisle in the grocery store and lo and behold there they were. I used a 15oz. can of beans and it seemed about right.


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