Free Range Goose Breast
Beautifully plump with rich sweetness unlike anything else. Read more
Our Properly Free Range goose breast make such a wonderful festive treat. Beautifully plump with rich sweetness unlike anything else. Grown just for the festive season to make your Christmas really special.
Our Goose Breasts are perfect for those wanting a taste of goose without cooking a whole bird.
Our Free Range poultry is naturally reared, so weights are not absolutely precise.
We recommend 150g per portion.
All our Goose Breasts are delivered FROZEN.
We recommend placing your order for your Christmas Goose as early as possible to avoid missing out. We only have a limited number of Geese available this Christmas.
Goose Breasts are available for delivery from 12th December 2021. You can order at any time (while stocks last) and book your delivery closer to Christmas.
100% Free Range Goose
Take the goose breast out and allow to reach room temperature.
Carefully slice the fat covering, being careful not to slice through to the flesh. Then season the skin.
Take a heavy cast iron pan and place on a high heat.
Once the pan is smoking hot, place the goose breast in skin side down. Cook the skin until it crisps, being careful not to burn it.
Flip over and seal the flesh side of the breast for around 2-3 minutes.
Pop the breast into a preheated oven set to 180C and cook for about 15 minutes. Using a meat thermometer, the temperature in the thickest part of the breast should be 55°c. Or if you use a small knife or skewer the juices should run pink and after leaving in for 10 seconds the tip should be just warn if tested against the back of you hand. .
Leave to rest for 15 minutes, then slice and serve.
Goose Breast with Caramelised Carrots & Mashed Haricot Beans
Here, we have paired savoury goose breast with earthy haricot beans and sweet, tender heritage carrots. Simple, wholesome food that is a delight to cook and a wonder to eat.
Hodmedod’s, British Haricot Beans
Especially good in chillis, bean casseroles and salads.£1.20Out of stock