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Re: how to cook ringneck

Postby aclumpkin » Sat Aug 31, 2013 12:12 pm

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aclumpkin wrote:I have been hunting for many years but have only started really getting into cooking over the last two. I always soak the ducks and geese in salt water for a day or two but I have never heard of using milk. Why milk and does it matter what kind?

I normally still marinade the breasts in other sauces like teriyaki / garlic / beer marinades before grilling or cooking. Is the milk instead of that or would you still use other marinades after the milk?


Yea any milk works and yea I still do marinades after the milk for extra flavor. It helps alot with taking the gamyness out of the birds. Hope this helps :smile:


It does help... thanks guys!

So so you would do salt water, then milk, then marinade? All three?
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Re: how to cook ringneck

Postby duckhunter10610 » Wed Sep 04, 2013 4:30 pm

aclumpkin wrote:
duckhunter10610 wrote:
aclumpkin wrote:I have been hunting for many years but have only started really getting into cooking over the last two. I always soak the ducks and geese in salt water for a day or two but I have never heard of using milk. Why milk and does it matter what kind?

I normally still marinade the breasts in other sauces like teriyaki / garlic / beer marinades before grilling or cooking. Is the milk instead of that or would you still use other marinades after the milk?


Yea any milk works and yea I still do marinades after the milk for extra flavor. It helps alot with taking the gamyness out of the birds. Hope this helps :smile:


It does help... thanks guys!

So so you would do salt water, then milk, then marinade? All three?


Yep. You don't have To marinade but I always do for more taste.
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Re: how to cook ringneck

Postby slowshooter » Fri Sep 06, 2013 3:22 am

I have used brines as well as marinades. Both work very well on ringneck.

They are one of the better eating ducks and are fun to hunt as well.
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