We've had one heck of a waterfowl season here in Southern Missouri the past month, so tonight's dinner featured a Canada Goose. It was pretty warm today, near 40 so I decided to cook on the grill. This recipe will make any waterfowl take on the taste of prime rib, thus the name.....
Marinade for each breast:
1/3 C Olive Oil
2 T Worchestershire
5 Garlic cloves
1 t. Course ground pepper
1 t. Sea salt
Marinate each breast in a zip loc bag, refrigerated for 3 hours
Prepare charcoal grill
Grill goose breasts until your desired level of doneness. I like medium rare, especially in replicating the prime rib taste.
Let goose breasts rest for 5 minutes before slicing across the grain. I served this with creamy horseradish and worchestershire sauce plus I roasted the garlic that was in the marinade (that's what's in the foil boat on the grill). One more week of goose season here! Enjoy!