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Hunter's wives! Need a good goose recipe!

Hubby is going goose hunting soon and I know goose can be good if you do it right!! It's tricky!!

 
Musicmom80

Asked by Musicmom80 at 9:08 PM on Aug. 26, 2010 in Food & Drink

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  • 1 (12 pound) fresh goose
    3 onions
    2 stalks celery
    4 slices French bread
    2 carrots
    1 cup boiling water
    1 cup dry white wine
    1/4 cup tawny port wine
    1/3 cup all-purpose flour
    3 cups chicken broth
    salt to taste
    ground black pepper to taste

    Directions
    1.Discard loose fat from goose. Remove neck, cut into large pieces, and reserve. Rinse goose inside and out, and pat dry. Pierce skin of goose all over, and season with salt and pepper.
    2.Loosely pack neck cavity with enough bread to fill out cavity. Fold neck skin under body, and fasten with a small skewer. Quarter 1 onion and all the celery, and place inside the body cavity of the goose. Tie legs together loosely with kitchen string, or insert legs through slit in lower skin flap. Transfer goose, breast side up, to a rack set in a deep roasting pan.
    DesertRose75

    Answer by DesertRose75 at 9:14 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • Its not tricky at all. Cook it whole on the grill, Place foil on the rack cook it right on the foil the grease runs off and it wont be greasy, stuff the skin with garlic pieces oil the skin spice to taste and cover with foil for 75% of cooking time. Its REALLY good if you use mesquite wood when it's cooking as the wood flavors it nice.
    vbruno

    Answer by vbruno at 10:33 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • Then don't anwer it, it didn't pertain to you anyway. Pretty rude actually.
    Musicmom80

    Comment by Musicmom80 (original poster) at 9:11 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • 3.Cut remaining 2 onions and carrots into 2 inch pieces. Scatter onion and carrot pieces, neck pieces, and giblets in roasting pan. Roast goose at 425 degrees C (220 degrees) in the middle of the oven for 30 minutes.
    4.Reduce temperature to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Carefully pour boiling water over goose; juices may splatter. Continue roasting goose, skimming off fat and basting with pan juices using a metal bulb baster every 20 minutes. Cook for 2 to 2 1/2 hours more, or until a meat thermometer inserted in fleshy part of thigh registers 175 degrees F (80 degrees C). When done, the juices should run clear when thigh is pierced with a skewer.
    5.Transfer goose to a heated platter. Remove skewer and discard string. Keep goose warm, loosely covered with foil, until ready to serve.
    6.With a slotted spoon discard vegetables, neck pieces, and giblets from pan. Spoon off fat from pan juices, and reserve. On top of stove
    DesertRose75

    Answer by DesertRose75 at 9:14 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • deglaze pan with white wine and port over moderately high heat; scrape up brown bits. Add chicken broth, and boil mixture until reduced by about half. In a 3-quart heavy saucepan, whisk together 1/4 cup reserved fat and flour; cook roux over moderately low heat, whisking to prevent lumps. Whisk chicken broth mixture into the roux. Bring gravy to a boil, whisking constantly. Turn down heat. Simmer gravy, whisking frequently, for 5 minutes or until thickened. Season gravy with salt and pepper. Transfer gravy to a heated sauceboat.
    DesertRose75

    Answer by DesertRose75 at 9:15 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • Wow girl I'm impressed!!
    Musicmom80

    Comment by Musicmom80 (original poster) at 9:20 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • I've never had goose in my life but desert that recipe made my mouth water!!! I hope you make it musicmom, and I hope your family enjoys it!! It sounds amazing!! Good luck!! (sorry I don't have a recipe I just HAD to comment, this was amazing to read lol)
    gottalovemal

    Answer by gottalovemal at 9:34 PM on Aug. 26, 2010

  • i am throwing up all over the place as i read this question
    PURPULbutterfly

    Answer by PURPULbutterfly at 9:09 PM on Aug. 26, 2010