goose heart

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  1. HONKEREXTREME

    HONKEREXTREME Senior Refuge Member

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    anyone cook goose/duck heart? have any simple recipes?
     
  2. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    I don't eat a lot of em, but I save enough for my giblet gravy. Thanksgiving, X-mas, and New Years, adds up to a lot of hearts.

    I bet they would be nice wrapped in bacon, like doves.
     
  3. quackadikt

    quackadikt Elite Refuge Member

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    Soak them in milk for a day, pull them out and rinse them clean. Slice real thin. Cook some peppers and onions in a pan, add the hearts for a few minutes at then end, and eat on some tortillas. They make great tacos/fajitas.
     
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    I confit them or make tartare from them.
     
  5. Wiz Bang

    Wiz Bang Senior Refuge Member

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    They saut? up nice with onions. They taste just like chicken hearts. A little bit of McCormick's chicken grill mates taste great on them too!!
     

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