Swan?

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Swan?

Postby PungoShoresOutdoors » Sun May 22, 2011 10:21 am

Anyone tried cookin swan before? Any recipies or tips you guys can think of would be appreciated. Tried it once before and it was not very good, so lookin for some ideas. Thanks!
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Re: Swan?

Postby Tiburon5 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:05 pm

the best way to eat a swan.
step 1 make damn shere to bag it before thanks giving.
step 2 brest out the swan.
step 3 tenderize your bird.
step 4 cook the exsact same way, but by its self, you cook your turky brest.
step 5 convince every one to try a piece when they get their turky.

second best why (only if you missed thanks giving)
brest the bird
tenderize and salt and pepper the bird
bake the swan by its self simmiler to how you would with a turky
eat with your faverite stake sauce.

for both bleed the brests in water for as long as you can, up to a week, change water 2x a day
Salad... it's what food eats.
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Re: Swan?

Postby Ducknlabs11 » Fri Oct 14, 2011 1:04 pm

I have cooked swan two different ways. The first is I butterfly the breast, take a bulk sausage mixed with onions and pepperjack cheese and stuff it in the breast. then wrap it in bacon and put it on the grill until the bacon is cooked. I found that I also had to put it in the oven for approx 20 mins at 350 open faced to cook the inside. It was delicious.

I have also cut it into 1 in chunks and marinated it in a honey teriyaki sauce. then wrapped it in bacon and put it on the grill. cook until the bacon is done. Anything more than medium/medium rare and it will taste like liver. If cooked properly, just like any wild game, it can make great table fair. hope this helps.
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Re: Swan?

Postby PungoShoresOutdoors » Fri Oct 14, 2011 4:43 pm

thanks. Ill have to try these out. Swan is the one thing I just can't seem to cook right as far as wild game goes.
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