View Full Version : Jerk Goose Bites....mmmm mmmm GOOD

09-04-2005, 09:47 PM
Came up with this recipe this weekend (labor day weekend). I have taken it to two different parties and they were absolutely devowered...even be people that don't like wild game. Pretty spicy...but give it a try....I think you will like it!!!

Paulie’s Jerk Goose Bites

4 Goose Breast Halves
1 bottle of “Walkerswood” Jerk Marinade (http://www.walkerswood.com)
2 lbs of Pepper Jack Cheese.
2 lbs of Bacon
Brown Sugar
Tooth Picks

Clean up the goose breasts good. Remove all of the silver skin from the breasts. Lay the breast on a cutting board and slice it lengthwise into about 1” wide pieces. Once you have all of the breast strips cut, you need to pound them out to flatten and tenderize them. Lay the strips on the side and pound them down until they are about ¼” thick. The flattening \ tenderizing it key to the bites being tasty and tender.

Place the flattened meat into a container and soak in milk overnight (12 to 24 hours).

Remove the meat from the container. Rinse the milk off of the meat. Clean out the container.

Place the meat back into the container. Pour ½ to ¾ of a bottle of “Walkerswood” Jerk Marinade into the container and mix thoroughly into the meat. Allow to marinade in the refridgerator overnight (12 to 24 hours).

Cut the Pepper Jack cheese so the pieces are about as wide as a piece of bacon. They can be about ½” thick.

Cut the bacon in half. Lay out the ½ strips of bacon on a tray. Slice the marinated meat into strips that are about the same width as the bacon. The goose strips should be about 1” shorter than the length of the bacon strip. Place the cheese on top of the goose strip. Roll the bacon, goose, and cheese into a roll. Stick a toothpick through the roll to keep it from unrolling.

Grill the rolls with the bacon side down (to try to keep the cheese inside). Flip the rolls to grill both sides evenly. When you have about 2 minutes left to grill, sprinkle brown sugar over the top of all of the rolls. Pull the rolls off of the grill and let them cool for a couple minutes. ENJOY!!!