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  • Joined Mar 2009
  • Stirlingshire, Central Scotland
Goose recipes please!
« on: July 24, 2016, 09:09:42 pm »
So the first time we tried cooking 'mature' goose it came out like shoe leather. The second time we made cassoulet, by stewing it in the pressure cooker for about a week, and the results were just about acceptable.

Is there anything else we should try to render a tough old bird palatable?  ;D
"All fungi are edible. Some fungi are only edible once." -Terry Pratchett


  • Joined Jul 2011
Re: Goose recipes please!
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2016, 08:53:17 pm »
If it's that bad then you could always boil it until you can get it off the bone then mince it and, say, make meat balls in a  goose soup - or something


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