imaduckin up north wrote:i make gumbo, with some shrimp or chicken thrown in, thicken it with a rue and cajun seasoning
va marsh rat wrote:I was searching for the very same thing about a week ago and I found this recipe, from our very own Swampbilly!
.....I take the skinned breasts and add a package of Onion soup/dip (dry powdered) with the water with 1/2 a cut up onion. I let it cook on low for about 6-8hrs,..then add carrots, new potatos, celery, mushrooms, and the other half of the onion and let her rip for another few hrs. or untill the vegetables are done. Use the juice from the pot and either mix with some Pillsbury gravy thickener or an onion gravy pack and eat it as a roast,..with some nice Grand flakey bisquits ,..makes a puppy pull a frieght train.
I made it this past weekend, minus the biscuits and gravy thickener. It's just like a beef pot roast, only with goose. I loved it, and so did my guests. My first time using a slow cooker, and I am hooked. It's way too easy to just throw everything in there, let it go all day, and come home to an awesome meal.
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