When you think of Christmas, you think of all the delicious food that is set up on the table. Christmas food can range from roast to some warm gingerbread cookies, and much more. Smoked goose is also one such traditional Christmas dish that’s present on most dinner tables. Not only is smoked goose unique in terms of taste, but it also makes your dinner table look special. However, the smoked goose is losing its popularity over the years.
We are here to bring back this delicious dish to your dinner tables. Not only is it easy to cook, but you can smoke a goose in many different ways. This article will give you different smoked goose recipes and some tips and tricks along the way to help make your dish even better.
Whenever you’re having a dinner party or event, having a smoked whole goose can become the center of attention on your dining table. Not only will you be able to serve a large number of guests, but this recipe also results in a dish that’s full of flavor.
For this recipe, you will need:
If you’re not in the mood to smoke the whole goose, then you can always try the smoked goose breast recipe. With this recipe, you will get the juiciest and the most flavorful goose breasts.
Since goose meat can be quite tough, it’s important to soak it in brine before smoking. The brine doesn’t just add flavor to the meat but also ensures that the moisture is not drawn out while it’s being smoked.
To prepare the brine you’ll need the following:
Once your goose breasts have been brined properly, you can start the smoking process. To smoke the goose breasts, follow the following steps:
No smoked meat is complete without a marinade with a well-balanced flavor profile that goes well with smoked goose.
To prepare the marinade you’ll need:
Another way to enjoy goose meat is by preparing smoked goose jerky. Although the process for this recipe may seem long and tedious, the final product ends up being delicious and flavorful.
To prepare the smoked goose jerky, follow the same procedure as you would to prepare smoked goose breasts. The recipe has also been mentioned above.
Take the smoked goose breast slices and set them on the smoker once again. Your smoker should be set at 250 degrees this time.
Smoke the breast slices for 30 minutes before changing the side. Then smoke the slices for another 40 minutes. Once the breast slices start turning dark, the goose jerky is ready for you to enjoy!
Below is a quick guide on smoking goose jerky on Traeger.
There is no single way to smoke a goose. In fact, a goose can be smoked in different ways with a variety of flavors. So, if you’re smoking a goose, you can never get bored with the flavors as you can experiment with different flavor profiles.
Here is another way to prepare smoked goose, using a meat tenderizer:
Goose meat is flavorful while also having numerous health benefits. While there are many ways to cook goose meat, most people enjoy smoking it. Smoked goose meat can be dark which means that it’s packed with flavor.
You can either smoke a whole roast of goose and serve it at your dinner parties or you can remove the goose breasts and smoke them for some juicy meat. If you’re looking for something a bit more chewy, then you can smoke the breasts twice and get yourself some goose jerky. All the recipes mentioned above have been tried and tested so rest assured they’re tasteful.