Dove Recipies?

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  1. Helldorado

    Helldorado New Member

    73
    Nov 23, 2003
    Texas
    Whats yer favorite dove recipe or what have you tried and howd it turn out??
     
  2. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Well-Known Member

    Apr 23, 2002
    Location location
    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. Never had them like that Crpdeth
    I might have to give that a shot sounds like it is pretty good
     
  4. .270WIN.

    .270WIN. New Member

    14
    Sep 20, 2006
    Arkabutla, MS.
    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 Well-Known Member

    Apr 23, 2002
    Location location
    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

    197
    Dec 29, 2003
    Oklahoma City, OK
    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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