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ever deep fryed a goose or a duck in like a turkey fryer my dad and i were talking about doing that and i was woundering if anyone has done that before and how it turned out.
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Never done it, but I would not unless you had a skinny duck. The fat layer on a good bird would mess up the deep-frying action.
I'd find a skinny duck (gadwall, maybe?), then brine it for 12-24 hours in 1/4 cup salt to 4 cups water, then dry it very, very well inside and out -- then give it a go.
I'd think 325-350 degree fat until the skin is golden brown would be good...
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Did it with a goose. We couldn't get the timing/temp the first time and had to put it back in. Overall it was really good.
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It's awesome!! I do bluebills @ 325 for about 10-12 minutes.
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