Deep Fry a Goose

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  1. SANJUANGLENN

    SANJUANGLENN Elite Refuge Member

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    Just wondering if you fellow fuge brothers have ever taken a whole plucked Canadian Goose and deep fried it on peanut oil.

    Turkey deep fried is best turkey I ever had.

    If so, let me know how it turned out and did it taste good?

    Thanks

    Sanjuanglenn
     
  2. NCBADGES

    NCBADGES North / South Carolina Flyway Moderator Moderator

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    I've wondered about this too. I agree...fried turkey is hard to beat.:yes

    ncb
     
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    oldsquaw Elite Refuge Member

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    I've done it several times. It's very good, I think I injected the bird with creole butter and fried it just like a turkey 31/2 minutes a pound and 350.
     
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    doogowtime Senior Refuge Member

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    They are great done that way, use allegro hot and spicy,red wine injection.fry till you get the desired temp.:tu
     
  5. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    Most anything is better deep fried!
     
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    Layout101 Elite Refuge Member

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    I haven't done a canada goose but we have done quite a few plucked specks that way and they turn out great!
     
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    goosenazi Elite Refuge Member

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    Save the breast plate with both breasts and all skin still attached. Cut off wings. Inject breasts with your favorite sauce. Fry. When doing the whole bird by the time the breasts are cooked through, any other meat is overdone, IMO. This way really shortens prep and cooking time.
     
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    joe117 Elite Refuge Member

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    I tried it out one time.
    I was going to do a store bought turkey and I had a goose from a hunt that same day, so I did the goose after the turkey.

    As I remember , the goose was very dry after frying.
    I always cook geese in some kind of liquid other than oil for a long time. I believe a goose cooked in oil will be too dry.
     
  9. geese4u

    geese4u Elite Refuge Member

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    Figure out how long it will take to cook the goose to medium rare, and I'll bet it would be a lot more enjoyable. There is no need to cook goose and duck all the way through.
     
  10. BirdJ

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    X2 and also with Big Game but its hard for people to get past that pink in the middle sorry to say. Just tough and tastes like crap. Those people are the ones that cook with just a crock pot.
     

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