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This Italian style Duck Dinner is a hearty dish that includes lightly breaded and fried duck breasts, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers all baked together with a simple pasta sauce. Garnish the dish with parsley and fresh basil and serve with a side of cooked penne pasta. #duckrecipe #duckdinnerideas #duck
This casserole is a quick and easy crowd-pleaser, combining sliced goose, chopped onion, hominy, mild green chiles, a blend of spices and creamy shredded cheese. But what makes this casserole so irresistible is the cornbread batter topping. You can make your favorite cornbread from scratch, or if you’re pressed for time any store-bought cornbread mix will work fine. Just be sure to follow the directions on the package so you have at least 2 cups of prepared batter.
The marinade is what sets these goose fajitas apart from the rest. A blend of some traditional Mexican inspired seasonings along with fragrant minced garlic and a shot of your favorite Tequila. Grill the veges and the seasoned goose breasts until sizzling hot and serve immediately with your favorite garnishments all wrapped up in a warm tortilla.
Since enchiladas are an extremely versatile meal, they can be prepared with a number of different ingredients that most find quite tasty, including goose meat. The filling is a simple mixture of onions, red bell pepper and sliced goose seasoned with a blend of fragrant spices. Roll the flour tortillas around the filling, cover in the savory red enchilada sauce, top with cheese and cilantro and bake until bubbling hot.
This particular Rumaki recipe uses soy sauce, fresh ginger, honey and other marinade ingredients that add flavor to the cubed goose meat. Marinate, drain and then combine with a crunchy water chestnut securing everything together with a slice of bacon. Grill on high heat until the bacon and goose are cooked through and then watch how fast they disappear.
A great way to enjoy your goose breast is to turn them into a delicious and hearty Goose Parmesan. Now my version of this entrée is similar to what you might find on the menu in your favorite restaurant using veal or chicken, but instead I like to use tenderized slices of goose breast dredged in seasoned breadcrumbs and then lightly fried until golden brown.