Teal Parmesan

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Teal Parmesan

Postby J.Roberts (TeamDuckMeat) » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:19 pm

First I soak my Teal breasts in milk and liquid smoke over night. Next day beat the breasts with a meat tenderizer till flat then put in egg wash and coat with seasoned italian bread crumbs. Fry till golden brown and serve over angel hair pasta with my wifes secret homemade red gravy. (good luck getting that recipe haha) Came out really good.

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Re: Teal Parmesan

Postby daffy... » Sat Sep 22, 2012 11:42 pm

ive done this with goose. pretty good. try taking parm cheese and mixing it with your crumb 50/50 the cheese crispens up really nice and give it another texture. also stays crisp longer then bread crumb
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Re: Teal Parmesan

Postby Indaswamp » Sun Sep 23, 2012 12:04 am

daffy... wrote:ive done this with goose. pretty good. try taking parm cheese and mixing it with your crumb 50/50 the cheese crispens up really nice and give it another texture. also stays crisp longer then bread crumb

:yes: ^^^^that^^^^ :thumbsup: I like a little italian seasoning on the meat too.
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Re: Teal Parmesan

Postby J.Roberts (TeamDuckMeat) » Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:23 pm

daffy... wrote:ive done this with goose. pretty good. try taking parm cheese and mixing it with your crumb 50/50 the cheese crispens up really nice and give it another texture. also stays crisp longer then bread crumb



Thats sounds killa. I will try it next time for sure. Thanks
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Re: Teal Parmesan

Postby foxtrot » Sun Nov 18, 2012 10:06 am

What is the red gravy? marinara? Why post something that is to share and hold the information and call it secret?
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