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Gooseforsupper's grilled goose!
« on: January 21, 2013, 03:28:48 PM »


Thanks for the Gooseforbrunch today too!  That was good stuff!

Vince
Did he fix his signature goose kabobs?

He sure did!  It was awesome!

My boy......he's a pretty dignified lad, so he couldn't just eat with his hands.  He had to find some kind of utensil somewhere?!   :duck:

Ended up with goose on a spindle gouge?!   :hysterical:  :rockon:

Here's Doug's awesome Armenian Merinade recipe that he shared with us! 

Vince

Go to his website: http://www.gooseforsupper.com/ and click on "Recipes" on the left side.

Armenian Marinade
This is a fantastic marinade for lamb which is also great for geese, duck, beef, or anything else you want to try it on. My friends tell me that it makes goose taste like steak.
3    pounds    meat    cut into 1 to 1  inch cubes
1    medium    onion    coarsely chopped
2    tablespoons    olive oil    
3    teaspoons    salt    
1/2    teaspoon    black pepper    
1    teaspoon    oregano    
1    teaspoon    cumin powder    
1/2    teaspoon    allspice    
1    whole    bay leaf    crumbled or powdered
2    cloves    garlic    minced or pressed

Coat meat with onion and oil. Mix seasonings and sprinkle over meat. Cover tightly and marinate 1 to 3 days in the refrigerator. Do not freeze while marinating.

This makes a great Shish Kebab, or just throw the meat on the grill. With goose and duck you want the meat to be medium rare. I grill goose cubes in the grill for 6 to 8 minutes and they come out great. Serve immediately right off the grill.

    Variation #1: Saute some jalapeno pepper slices in butter, roll the goose chunk up in a half slice of turkey bacon with a slice of the jalapeno inside. Put a toothpick through it and grill until the bacon is done, about 8 minutes.

    Variation #2: In a plastic zip-lock bag, mix flour, basil, black pepper, and garlic powder to taste. Shake the marinated goose pieces in the bag and then fry them in butter or margarine until golden brown. Like little goose nuggets. Tasty!!

Enjoy this recipe, it makes goose taste great. Surprise those who can't stand goose.


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