Let's boil goose meat

Goose meat
Photo: Rosemary Mullally – Copyright | cropped to a square

BEFORE BOILING:

Before cooking, rinse thoroughly goose.

BOILING:

If you cook the stock or broth, put the meat into cold water. If you cook a goose as a separate dish, put it into boiling water, which ensures juiciness and higher nutritional value. Goose cook for 1.5-2 hours on low heat. If needed, add the water to at all times cover the surface of the meat. No water exchange. If you cook chicken soup, in the first 10-15 minutes we collect "scum" (brownish foam arose from a truncated protein) - thanks to the broth will be clear. 40 minutes before end of cooking, add the cleaned greens. We add salt at the end when cooking broth or just after the addition of vegetables, if we cook the meat as a second course. You can also add spices, for example. Juniper, pepper, bay leaf, cloves. After collecting the "scum" we cook under cover. The meat is cooked when a knife or fork enter without difficulty.

SERVING TIPS:

Cooked goose served with your favorite toppings and salad (eg. Cabbage).

Bon appétit!