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BeerHunter

Duck Jerky recipe??

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I have been searching high and low looking for a good ground duck jerky recipe with no luck. I have tried a recipe i use for Venison that i love and it was not good. The last batch makes great dog treats, Which isnt a bad idea but i would like to eat my ducks.

If anyone is willing to share a recipe i would be very thankful.

Also as long as i said it. Does anyone dry their duck and use it as dog treats. My dogs loved it but i dont know if it would be bad for the dogs or just plain wrong.

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yakfisher

I just used High Mountain Jerky Cure original blend last week on goose and no one can tell its goose jerky. I followed the directions to cure the meat and then smoked them in my smoker and took them out while they were a little moist. I've used it before on beef, but the goose is the best that I have done yet. Good luck with the hunt.

Sorry I didn't read close enough, I used whole meat and sliced about 1/4" thick.

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livintofish

yak,

about how long did yours take to smoke, I just did the same thing for the first time with goose and it was great, not quite as good as venison though.

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I also use high mountain, original and pepperoni but I do grind up the meat. Follow the instructions on the package and put them in the oven on low or 200f, keep the door cracked alittle and cook em for alittle over an hour or whenever you feel they are done...I like mine alittle more done. The geese turned out good and I think I like the duck even more. Duck and goose no matter how its cooked is like crack to my dog...he goes nuts for it. So I actually just fry up the scraps that I get when I trim the meat before grinding, he hasn't complained yet.

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4 lbs goose breast, thinly sliced

2 c. teriyaki sauce

2 Tbsp tabasco sauce

2 Tbsp liquid smoke

2 Tbsp black pepper

2 Tbsp garlic powder

1 Tbsp meat tenderizer

1 Tbsp Mrs. Dash

1 Tbsp Red Pepper

Mix everything together in a large covered bowl, making sure all the goose is submerged. Put in fridge overnight. The next day, remove goose and put in dehydrator or smoker. Cook on medium until jerky is dry, but not crispy.

I have tried this on goose and duck and it is by far the best I have ever had but stil not as good as venison

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Gordie

I used jack links origanal recipe on goose and spiced it up with black pepper and cajuin seasoning and 10 lbs of goose only lasted a week my kids couldnt keep their paws of of it and guys at work want me to make more. I also used the oven method at 200 degrees with the door closed and really kept an eye on it.

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shamrock7

1 cup cooked, ground duck, 3 cups cooked white rice and 1 cup plain yogurt mixed together makes an excellent bland dog food that is great if you have a dog with allergies.

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