This asian goose soup is really special. It has a incredibe taste and you can use her in a lot of variations. Preparing this soup your kitchen will smell like heaven. It also works with chicken. You’ll need some spices and some time, the rest is very easy to make.
1 kg goose haunch (leg)
3 carrots, 4 celery sticks, 1 tomatoe – washed and sliced
3 garlic gloves, peeled and carefully pressed
40 gr. of fresh ginger, peeled and cut in thin slices
2 onions medium size – peeld and cut in halfs, roasted without oil in the big stock pot
2 soup spoon szechuan pepper
1 – 2 dried chillis
4 green cardamom capsules
2 soup spoons coriander seeds
2 soup spoons fennel seeds
2 anis stars
1 cinnamon stick
Press all these spices slightly in a morter and roast them without any oil in a little pan. This happens quiete quickly. And the smell will be stunning!
Prepare 100 ml soya sousse (shoyu) and 1 soup spoon sugar.
The roasted onions are on the bottom of the stock pot, add the spices, the sliced vegetables and on top the goose meat.
Add the soya sousse, the sugar and 3,5 liters of cold water. Bring all to boiling, reduce the heat and let the soup cooking slowly, with a half closed lid for 3 hours. The liquid will reduce to 2,5 liters aprox.
Pour the soup through a sieve and let it cool down. Put it in the fridge or balcony over night. Take the fat away in the next morning and save it! We have another delicious recipe where you can use this rest.
When you want to eat the soup, “twitch” a little bit of the goose meat and add it together with some spring onions and mushrooms to the liquid, reheat it and Enjoy! This delicious recipe comes from a well known german cooking magazin. We wanted to share this with you because it’s so worth to try.
When you like to have a salty breakfast, add some noodles and mugi miso to the soup and your day will start the best way. I love this!
You can deep freeze the rests from the soup for example in jogurt jarrs (glass). This works very well and you avoid plastic.
And don’t miss the goose rillette recipe! Click here. The best way to use the leftovers from the goose soup.