What to do with goose remains

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by mezzaluna, Jan 2, 2001.

  1. mezzaluna

    mezzaluna

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    Well, I roasted my goose on New Year's Eve and it came out fine. Now I have about 2 pounds of leftover meat. The suggestions I mentioned to Danielle won't work for me (I don't eat pasta), but I had a question: could I use some of the 4 cups of rendered goose fat with the meat to somehow make rillettes? Any other suggestions for cooked goose? P.S.- the carcass is gone....
     
  2. isa

    isa

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    How about:

    Goose confit
    Potatoes roasted in goose fat
    Goose & red cabbage
    Goose Fricassée


    And yes Goose rillette. I hope your cholesterol level is normal [​IMG]
     
  3. chef david simpson

    chef david simpson

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    How about making a risotto.
     
  4. cape chef

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    Roisti Potatoes, with goose rillets and fried chives
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  5. mezzaluna

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    These sound really good (except for making goose kimchi- was that what you meant, Crudeau? [​IMG]) The confit sounds delicious. Thanks, everyone.
     
  6. nick.shu

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    bury them. With full rites - your god will look upon it favourably.
     
  7. isa

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  8. mezzaluna

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    So far it's just being nibbled up, and before long, there won't be enough for a recipe of anything! I think I'll put an end to this by making rillettes out of the rest, flavored with a bit of quatre epices and stuffed into a little crockery pot.