So we wrapped it in bacon and cooked it - but I got a question....

MicroFarmMom

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 2, 2011
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It tasted great but I have to ask - how many of you eat them? Cause that was a lot of work for very little pay off. Flavor was nice - but I think I needed 6 per person! LOL! Also - any other ideas for cooking them besides the way we did? We stuffed them too which was nice. But just wasnt filling by any means.
 
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Robo

Songster
9 Years
Jul 15, 2010
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Two per person should be plenty, did you pluck them or skin them? If you know how to do it right it doesn't take all that long. I can do them pretty quickly. To cook them I use some poultry rub and on the grill they go.
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MicroFarmMom

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 2, 2011
86
1
41
We started out plucking to keep the skin on - but didn't realize how darned thin the skin is and tore it - from there we gave up and just skinned them.
 

Fat Daddy

Crowing
9 Years
Dec 11, 2010
2,208
529
296
Ks
How old were your birds? Are they jumbos? 2 grown jumbos with fix'ins and I'm good to go. And I am a rather "rotund" gentleman...
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MicroFarmMom

In the Brooder
8 Years
Feb 2, 2011
86
1
41
They are 8wk Jumbo Cortunix. But I guess I want more because Im predominantly a meat eater. I really could do without having any sides - but it just looks wrong to only pile meat on my plate! LOL!
 

NoSkiveez

NoSkiveez Poultry
10 Years
Dec 27, 2009
1,021
2
151
Casa Grande
My Coop
My Coop
Bummer, my phone won't show the pic. I'm a vegetablarian, so I don't eat meat (okay, ill go for a fat steak anyday...but steak everyday isn't in my budget.
 

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