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Old 10-14-2013, 05:27 PM   #1
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Great way to use up a bunch of goose meat.

3lbs goose burger
1 large onion chopped
1 jalapeno chopped
2 cans of tomato soup
2 cans of cream of mushroom
4T Sriracha(rooster sauce)

Brown onion and burger together. Throw everything in the crock pot on high and allow to simmer for at least 30 min and enjoy. Double up on jalapenos and rooster sauce if you like your food really spicy.
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Double up on jalapenos and rooster sauce if you like your food really spicy and enjoy shitting through a strainer.
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You don't add anything else to the goose meat? Not too gamey?
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Haha. Don't add anything at all. Just the plain burger alone is pretty gamey but after everything simmers together for awhile it's some good stuff. We've started to just grind all of our goose after each hunt. Saves a lot of freezer space and you always have some ready for this, jerky, or summer sausage. Going to try chili next weekend with it and will report back.
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Just added some chili powder, cheese, and crackers to some leftovers. Really good, basically a no bean chili. Recipe can be easily modified to make chili.
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that sounds tasty, but i don't have a grinder

i would also be concerned about browning goose meat and having it come out gamey...i usually cook it so it can be slighly rare. tastes great, but can give you some wicked smelling farts
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Worse than normal. Thats hard to believe Craig.
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Have any of you tried to substitute goose cubes for beef in like a beef stew dish, I'm not sure I can get that to fly here at home if it comes out gamie!
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Have any of you tried to substitute goose cubes for beef in like a beef stew dish, I'm not sure I can get that to fly here at home if it comes out gamie!
I make a mean goose stew with goose meat where I first cook the goose by throwing it in crockpot with a couple cans of beef stock, beef ballion cube (spelling sucks), chopped onion and beefy onion mix. Cook until that is tender.

In another crockpot, place cut up celery, potatoes, carrots, onion and green pepper and one can of tomato concentrate paste stuff and a couple beef ballion cubes. Cook that up and stir on occasion . When it starts to get cooked up well and soft, then I throw in the chunks of goose and let that cook for a bit to mix in everything. If it's too watery, I'll add toppunico pudding stuff to thickn it.
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