Does anybody have any good recipe ideas for some canada goose breasts? I am down to my last pack of mallard breasts as well. Since I have to wait 9 months to get some more. I was wanting to make something new with them.
Last edited by duckslayer56; 01-06-2008 at 22:38.
Did you check out DU website? Last time I looked they had a real good selection of recipes.
I only have a pack or two left too.
Good Idea, I will check that out.
How about corning?
This always goes over well for me...the meat falls right off the drumsticks even!
This is for 5 lbs. of meat...adjust accordingly for more or less
6 Tbs Morton Tender Quick (usually found in the bulk salt section, you must use this...you can't substitute regular salt)
6 Tbs sugar
2 Tbs pepper corns
1 Tbs dried onion flakes
2 Bay leaves (crushed)
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp ground allspice
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp mustard seeds
Mix dried ingredients together with about a quart of water and pour over your meat. Add additional water to completely cover the meat in the brine solution. Rotate meat pieces daily until ready.
The meat needs to brine in a plastic container in your fridge for at least 4-5 days, depending on thickness.
Cover roast or pieces with water (not your brine solution) and slow cook in a crock pot. I usually have potatoes, carrots, and boiling onions in the pot as well. I steam cook my cabbage separately.
Unused meat that has been brined (and not cooked) can be refrozen and cooked at a later date.
This sounds really good. I will have to write it down. Unfortunately I was in the middle of cooking that last pack of mallard breasts, when I read this.
I made some fajitas out of them.
MMMMMM duck fajitas.
I like having the wife make chicken fried steak out of goose breasts.
Disect a breast then prepare them like you would a chicken fried steak.
Try This Next Time You Bbq Your Duck Breasts
2/3 Concord Grape Jelly 1/3 Horseradish Make This And Dip Your Sliced Breasts And You Wont Believe How Good It Really Is...............................