goose soup (ish)

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goose soup (ish)

Postby huntall6 » Thu Nov 03, 2011 2:23 am

went out on a limb and fabricated a recipe.

two goose breasts, cubed (1/2"x1/2") and screaming hot pan seared in EV Olive oil.
6 cups beef broth and two cups water
5 medium potatoes skinned and cubed
1 cup cooking white wine
1 1/2 onions loosely chopped
2 sections of minced garlic
1 tsp of oregano flakes
1 tpsp Louisiana hot sauce

pretty darn easy to make. simmer the potatoes in the broth for about 15min while searing the goose breast. add the meat and the rest of the ingredients to the broth/potatoes and simmer for 15ish minutes.

next time i may add some cabbage chunks just to see how it turns out. :wink: BTW, it makes a crapload of "soup". i have been eating on it for 3 days and still have at least 2 servings left. :lol3:
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Re: goose soup (ish)

Postby Indaswamp » Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:45 am

I'd throw some carrots, maybe some celery...and a little red bell pepper in it. And thicken with a little flour and water-or corn starch. :thumbsup:
sounds good though for a quick soup!
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Re: goose soup (ish)

Postby huntall6 » Sun Dec 11, 2011 12:09 pm

I was working with what I had. You know, last minute thing. Thanks for the tip.
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