Swiss goose. Hammer and add tenderizer just as you would beef for swiss steak. Use your favorite swiss steak recipe, let it simmer for several hours. Serve over rice or mashed potatos. Yum yum.
Corned goose breast. Just like corned beef briskit but use goose breast. Another excellent way to use it.
Goose fahitas slice breast meat across the grain in thin strips marinade in a fahita marinade for a period of time, saute some onions and reg and green pepper until starting to go clear. Have a second pan where you can quick fry the strips in Olive oil. Once they have fried 1 or 2 minutes per side, throw them in the pan with the oinion pepper mixture, and saute another 2 3 minutes. Opo them in a corn or flour tortilla add a slice of avocado and some hot sauce. Good eating.
Marinate in buttermilk for 48 hours then make an egg wash with Lawry's Season Salt and black pepper and than take some Drakes Shore lunch and flour, drip in egg wash then in Drakes and flour mixture and fry in a skillet with butter. YUMMY!!!!!!!!!!!!! Make you smack your momma! LOL:corkysm55
Marinade in soy sauce, orange juice, italian dressing, crushed red pepper, a touch of water and terayki sauce for 8-12 hours after soaking in salt water for a few hours of course. Then cut into bite size peices, Then pan fry using the marinade to cook with on medium heat for 2-4 minutes a side! turns out great!
The fajitas rock. I've substituted goose breast for beef in a crockpot beef burgandy recipie that was freaking awesome. When you cut into pieces, wrap in bacon & grill, try adding chunks of bell peppers(mild) or jalepenos(wild) along with pinapple chunks. Posted via Mobile Device
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