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Goose Confit

Post  ssppnkfld on 2011-01-05, 21:04

Goose Confit

Lay your Goose Breasts into a crock pot. Put in 5 cloves of garlic for each breast. Put in liberal amounts of salt pepper and basil. Cover goose with your favorite cooking oil. I used peanut. Cook on High for about an hour and a half. Put crock pot in refrigerator over night. The next day slice the breast thin and fry in a pan with some of the oil from the crock pot until warm. Serve over rice or pasta. Goose will stay good for up to a week.


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