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Category : The Bird       Region : Northeast ~ Great Lakes       Rating : 3
Baked Canadian

Contributor : Added by Administrator

Tribal Affiliation : Canadian Metis

Orgin of Recipe : Offered by Anjela Buus ... who learned this from Grandmother

Type of Dish : Today's Native Dishes

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Ingredients

  • Candaian Goose Breasted with drumsticks
  • Pitted Prunes
  • Apples Sliced Thick (Skinned & Cored)
  • Orange Juice Crystals
  • Currant Jelly
  • Meat String

Directions

Pre heat oven to 300F.

Breast and remove drumstick from canadian goose. Wash meat and pat dry. Place one breast breast side down in roaster. Place prunes and apples on top of breast. Place drumsticks on each side of breast(laying in opposite directions)and place other breast on top. Tie all pieces together tightly with meat string(should resemble a small roast). Coat top of roast with a generous amount of currant jelly sprinkle with orange crystals. Place remaining prunes and apple slices in roaster pan and sprinkle with orange crystals. Place in oven and bake for about 2 hours or until done. Frequently baste roast with the juices. When just about finished coat with the remaining orange crystals and cook with lid off to crystalize.

Note: This can be done with any wild birds. You have to try this. I had friends over and made it for supper and they were won over completely.


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