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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-26-2016, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Goose jerky recipes

Hey everyone, going to be goose hunting this year, anybody have a good goose jerky seasoning mix recipe? Any advice is appreciated.
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-27-2016, 11:13 PM
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Re: Goose jerky recipes

I make a real simple goose jerky and it is our favorite. Something about goose breast is perfect for jerky. I really don't measure exactly but main ingredient is soy sauce. Take several goose breasts and with a fillet knife slice into nice thin strips. Partially frozen breasts slice easily. Place strips into a bowl or gallon ziplock bag. I sprinkle some Montreal steak seasoning over the meat. Then cover the meat with soy sauce, teriyaki marinade, worcestershire sauce and liquid smoke (mostly the first 2 listed). Let the jerky marinate in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours but 2-3 days is better. I then use an electric smoker on low (between 100 - 200 degrees) until the jerky is smoked and dry (usually about 4 hrs. We pound this stuff and go through a lot of it every year.
Also like making breakfast sausage with ground goose.
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Re: Goose jerky recipes

Thanks very much
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Re: Goose jerky recipes

My marinade is pretty similar. The base is 2/3 soy sauce and 1/3 worchestershire. From there you can add a little liquid smoke and then dry seasonings. I usually add paprika, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder and beef boullion. Then slice with the grain on the breast and marinate for a good day. Sometime I add a little sriracha and it adds an awesome little kick.

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Re: Goose jerky recipes

Thanks Bear.
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Re: Goose jerky recipes

No problem. It's all a matter of taste. If you like sweet then I would go with Whalers as his calls for teryaki second which is sweeter. If you like it salty then mine would be less sweet and more salty. Either way they both look good!!

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Re: Goose jerky recipes

I bought the cabela's jerky marinade for waterfowl and I am pleased to say it turned out great! It was the pepper flavoring just make sure you marinade the meat for at least 5 days
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