Dove Recipies?

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  1. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

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    Whats yer favorite dove recipe or what have you tried and howd it turn out??
  2. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Active Member

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    I like to half large jalapenos and de-seed, then place a piece of the dove into the jalapeno, wrap with bacon, stob a toothpic in 'er and place on a hot grill.

    When the bacon is done, she's a ready.

    Carefull tho...that bacon grease will sure flame up in a hurry in the bottom of a grill.


    Crpdeth
  3. southernshooter

    southernshooter New Member

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    Never had them like that Crpdeth
    I might have to give that a shot sounds like it is pretty good
  4. .270WIN.

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    Here's one that friends and family go crazy over. I marinate my Dove breasts in Zesty Italian dressing overnight in the fridge. I usually place them in a gallon ziplock bag and give them a good shake every once in a while. Start your fire in the grill. While the fire is getting hot, take the dove breasts and wrap with a piece of bacon, securing with toothpick. Spread coals out evenly and cook breast side up for approximately 6-8 minutes. Turn and cook breast side down another 4-5 minutes depending on heat. This is delicious!!! Tip: If you wait for bacon to fully cook, the breasts may be overcooked. The bacon serves mostly to keep meat from drying out.
  5. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Active Member

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    Heres some more Hellz

    http://thefirearmsforum.com/showthread.php?t=24890

    I did try the smoker as I mentioned that I would...YUK!

    I may try it again by smoking them for only a few minutes then placing them on the grill, but never for the entire cooking process. :eek:

    .270Win...Thanks, sounds good!

    Crpdeth
  6. bambihunter

    bambihunter New Member

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    We boil (yes boil) the breasts, then either bread them with cornmeal and cook them like fish or we put the boneless breast meat in a crock pot with cream of mushroom (or any other soup you prefer) then serve them over noodles. Not the most original idea, but they are yummy none-the-less.
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