Crock-pot Goose

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  1. Hooked on Quack

    Hooked on Quack Elite Refuge Member

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    One goose breast cut into 3? cubes across the grain. Soak in salt water over night then put the meat into a crock-pot and pour one medium sized jar of pepperncinie ( pizza peppers) into crock-pot juice and all (add water if needed to cover meat) cook on low for 6 hours then drain juice and pick out peppers. Stir meat till it breaks completely up into strings. Pour a can (or two if small cans adding one can of water per can) of cream of mushroom soup into crock-pot and let simmer on low for half an hour or so. Add salt and pepper to taste and enjoy.. ( I like to add crumbled up crackers also)
    let me know if you like it...
     
  2. fowldreams

    fowldreams Elite Refuge Member

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    It sounds good. Maybe an early september bird will be in the crock pot..:tu
     
  3. Silencer

    Silencer Elite Refuge Member

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    yea that does sound good, thanks
     
  4. Hooked on Quack

    Hooked on Quack Elite Refuge Member

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    Anyone tried it yet?
     
  5. 10ga

    10ga Elite Refuge Member

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    i've cooked my geese like this for years minus the jar of pepperncinie. it sounds good, maybe try it the next time. i normally soak 4 to 5 goose breast ( whole ) in salt water over night. cut small slits in the breast and place pieces of garlic in slits ( about 4 per goose ). then i just completely cover breast in cream of mushroom and cook all day in the crock pot. served up with mashed potatoes, green beans, and corn......that is some good stuff. you can use the gravy left in the pot to cover the breast and mashed potatoes with. taste as good as a pork roast.
     
  6. swing

    swing Elite Refuge Member

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    my version:

    duck/goose breasts
    cover in watered down coffee (usually leftover from the morning hunt)
    spices (pepper, garlic, onion powder, etc...)


    cook as stated...when done, shred with a fork and either mix with spagetti and bake (like chicken spagetti) or mix with bbq sauce and serve on a bun (duck sloppy joes).

    amazing what a crock pot and spices will do with ducks/geese.
     
  7. Finger Lakes Hunter

    Finger Lakes Hunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Use a crock pot.

    2 lbs meat cut into 1 inch squares
    Salt & pepper
    3 celery stalks
    1/2 cup chopped onion
    2 cloves garlic minced
    1 Tablespoon chopped parsley
    1/2 cup water
    1/2 cup DRY Red wine
    1-8 oz can tomato paste

    Put all ingredients in crockpot, stir very well and cook on low for 7-12 hours.

    I do not precook meat. 7-12 hour in the crock pot does the job very well. I also use carrots and mushrooms too. Adjust recipe to your likes.
     
  8. call4ducks

    call4ducks Elite Refuge Member

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    man they all are so good :tu :tu
     
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    goosenazi Elite Refuge Member

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    2 to 3 lbs. of your choice of meat
    1 packet onion and mushroom soup mix
    1 packet brown gravy mix
    1.5 cups of ginger ale
    whatever veggies you wanna add(I use onions carrot and mushroom slices)
    enough water to submerse meat plus a little
    cook on low 10 to 12 hrs.
    don't open until done
     

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