Happy Thanksgiving Hunters! Here is a corned waterfowl recipe from Paul Lindsoe at Headwaters Seat Covers. Use this recipe with all big game, you’ll love it.
5- Tbsp Morton Tender Quick meat cure (blue bag)
1- Tbsp ground black pepper
1- tsp paprika
1- tsp ground bay leaves
1 – tsp allspice
½- tsp garlic powder
Directions: Rub on dry mixture and let sit refrigerated in a zip seal bag and turn daily.
Let sit for 5 days per inch of thickness.
Duck breasts take three days and geese take five.
Cook as you would a corned beef meal with cabbage, potatoes, and carrots. It is unbelievably good, my favorite way to eat waterfowl. We use a crock pot. This makes awesome reuben sandwiches the next day too.
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