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Goose recipies wanted


darren m
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Hi Darren,

Try this one,

 

Roast Goose with Fruit Stuffing

1 Goose inc giblets

½ Lemon

Salt and pepper

12oz prunes, soaked overnight in water to cover

1lb cooking apples

1tbsp redcurrant jelly

 

Remove the giblets for the goose and put them in a saucepan. Add 2-¾ pint water and bring to the boil. Lower the heat and simmer until the liquid is reduced by half. Strain and set aside.

 

Set the oven at 230deg C 450 deg F/gas 8. Weigh the goose and calculate the cooking time at 20mins per lb. Remove the excess fat found around the vent. Rinse inside of the bird and rub the skin with lemon. Season with salt and pepper.

 

Drain the prunes, remove the stone and roughly chop the flesh. Put into a bowl. Peel core and chop the apples. Add to the prunes, with salt and pepper to taste. Use the mixture to stuff the bird. Put the goose on a rack in a roasting tin. Place in oven, immediately lower the temperature to 180degC / 350DegF/ Gas 4 and cook for the calculated time. Drain away the fat from the roasting tin during cooking. (Save the excess fat for cooking roast potatoes in)

When the goose is cooked transfer it to a heated plate and keep warm. Drain the excess fat from the tin but still retain the juices. Stir in the giblet stock and cook over a fairly high heat until reduced by half. Add the redcurrant jelly and stir until melted.

Send me a bit :huh:

Cheers, r kid CJ

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