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how do you cook goose

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wrap with bacon and grill till bacon is done good luck, look at the recipe thread down at the end of the forums page you should find something there also

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In this forum go back to page 11 -there's a bunch of goose recipes & check out the cooking & recipe forum -its way at the end. Lucky you--you have some good eating ahead of you.

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strip it out like chicken bread like you do your fish if you eat fish deep fry dip in some ranch dressing or whatever . good eating .

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kabobs on the grill. Or put in crock pot until meat falls apart, then drain and add bbq sauce and put on buns

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i don't know why, but soaking it in milk overnight seems to make it taste better.

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Marinate in soy sauce/brown sugar overnight

Add a can beer and let sit for an hour

Throw the goose in the garbage and drink the rest of the beer.

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cover it with bacon put it in tinfoil then put some brown sugar on the goose and grill it.

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It must not be that hard, because I am always being told that my goose is cooked. laugh

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I usualy make jerky or pepper sticks but tried making some stir fry with it and adding alittle garlic. Man that was the ticket there.

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Soaking any meat in milk will tenderize it and take some of the "wild' taste out. The lactic acid in the milk will draw out some of the blood in the meat and start to break down the meat. You want to throw out the pink mess that will be left in the bowl.

We have then marinated goose breasts in Paul Newman's raspberry vinaigrette salad dressing and grilled the meat between rare & medium rare. We have tried other dressings but this one is by far the best. Goose goes from not quite done to shoe leather in just a few seconds. You have to watch it pretty close but it tastes like tender beef when it is done properly.

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Goose balls we call them.

Marinade in Italian dressing, rap in bacon, grill to medium medium rare.

Enjoy!

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looks good pier gonna try that real soon maybe even supper!

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that looks tasty might have to cook me some up for supper tonight also

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marinate breast (as many as you want) in 1 gallon of water, liquid smoke, mortons salt, and lawey's seasoning for 24 hours. bake in the oven for about 45 minutes to an hour. tastes great even when you refrigerate it and eat it cold.

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I made my own version of a recipe I found on FM.

1.mix cream cheese and mayo 2:1

2. Dice fresh jalapeno and red onion, and saute in butter just long enough to get a little of the crunch out. Let cool and add to mayo mix. I also added bacon bits,and shredded swiss cheese to the mix as well

3.The mix should be pretty stiff. Then I added spices:salt,pepper,italian seasoning,red pepper flakes,and Sriracha Hot chile sauce. (not too much of the chilie sauce Very hot stuff)

4.take goose breasts, and pound them flat

5.spoon mix into breast, and wrap with bacon. Take a toothpick or skewer to hold the bacon on. Grill till bacon is done. They should look just like PierBridge's pic above. Turned out pretty good. Pretty messy, and bad for you but whatever.

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I second Fajitas and another way I have cooked them is by baking them with apples onions taters and bacon. Usually turns out pretty good with a full roaster.

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