Total TimePrep: 20 min. + marinating Cook: 4 hours
When a family friend gave me two Canadian geese breasts, I was puzzled -and somewhat concerned about whether or not I wanted to cook them. (Would my family and I like the taste? We've never eaten Canadian geese before.) They turned out delicious -thanks to this recipe! The only modifications I made - I let the breasts marinate for a full day and I cooked them for a few more hours than what the recipe says. This is a great recipe! I've heard Canadian geese are the roast beef of the skies! It's very lean meat (and, at this time of year, in the winter, can be a bit tough) but the extra marinating and cooking time handled that perfectly. The meat was fork-tender and not a hint of gamey flavor. I would add sliced (or canned) mushrooms to the recipe next time. (I plan on there being a next time!) I served this over homemade mashed potatoes. It was a wonderful dinner! (Thanks, Jack!)
I made a couple of changes to the given recipe: I used mushroom/onion soup packet, added chopped portobellos, and chopped white onion to the recipe. The smell from the crockpot right now is sure to prove to be a perfect New Year's dinner watching football.
Yummy. No gamey taste. Such a goodles recipe, we use it with venison as well. Family favorite.
We were lucky enough to receive several Canada Geese breasts from a friend. I've never cooked wild goose before, but when I came across this recipe I knew it was the one I was going to make. It turned out wonderful! Excellent flavour, lots of rich gravy (I'd doubled it) and the meat was so tender. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe on the site!
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This is fantastic and easy!! My family loved it. Thank you for sharing this recipe. Can't wait to make again!! Yum Oh!
Please post a picture of this yummy recipe.
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