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mossback50cal
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Jul-26-17, 
08:06 PM (MST)
"Good dove recipe"

With dove season right around the corner, I was wondering hiw everyone makes their dove. I prefer quail, by far, but am looking for a good dove recipe.


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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: Good dove ...  stanley      Aug-01-17   1 
  RE: Good dove ...  DW      Aug-06-17   2 
   RE: Good dove ...  wytex      Aug-14-17   3 
    RE: Good dove ...  stanley      Aug-14-17   4 
     RE: Good dove ...  mossback50c...      Aug-14-17   5 
      RE: Good dove ...  Stonefly      Aug-28-17   6 
       RE: Good dove ...  BCPronghorn      Sep-05-17   7 
       RE: Good dove ...  stanley      Oct-04-17   8 

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stanley
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Aug-01-17, 
03:56 PM (MST)
1. "RE: Good dove recipe"

+ one on quail over dove!

That being said, I have been fortunate enough to meet friends of friends with dairy's over the past several years, and have hence been doing much more dove killing than I used to (That combined with the Eurasian Dove population here in AZ, which IMO is one of the best things to happen to AZ dove hunting in a long time! lol).

Anyway, here's my go-to for doves these days:

- Fillet the breasts (two bite sized chunks of meat off each bird).
- Pat them dry, then season generously with any of your favorite (Garlic Pepper is nice, Seasoned Salt, Red Pepper, what-ever...).
- Wrap with a piece of thick-cut bacon. I use about 1/3 of a strip per bird. Kind of stretch it out around the breast. (I get mine from the butcher counter at the grocery store).
- Skewer 4 or 5 breasts per stick on those wooden grilling sticks.
- Grill those babies up over any good hot fire, charcoal or gas.
- Chow down!

I of course would NOT pretend that I came-up with the above method. Simple 'bacon wrapped' anything on the grill thinking... This of course proves the old adage that, 'anything tastes good wrapped in bacon'!!

I have a vacuum sealer and will vacuum seal them 4 sticks to a package and freeze them. My buddies LOVE them when I break them out at deer or elk camp.

S.

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DW
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Aug-06-17, 
12:17 PM (MST)
2. "RE: Good dove recipe"

>+ one on quail over dove!
>
>
>That being said, I have been
>fortunate enough to meet friends
>of friends with dairy's over
>the past several years, and
>have hence been doing much
>more dove killing than I
>used to (That combined
>with the Eurasian Dove population
>here in AZ, which IMO
>is one of the best
>things to happen to AZ
>dove hunting in a long
>time! lol).
>
>Anyway, here's my go-to for doves
>these days:
>
>- Fillet the breasts (two
>bite sized chunks of meat
>off each bird).
>- Pat them dry, then
>season generously with any of
>your favorite (Garlic Pepper is
>nice, Seasoned Salt, Red Pepper,
>what-ever...).
>- Wrap with a piece
>of thick-cut bacon. I
>use about 1/3 of a
>strip per bird. Kind
>of stretch it out around
>the breast. (I get mine
>from the butcher counter at
>the grocery store).
>- Skewer 4 or 5
>breasts per stick on those
>wooden grilling sticks.
>- Grill those babies up
>over any good hot fire,
>charcoal or gas.
>- Chow down!
>
>I of course would NOT pretend
>that I came-up with the
>above method. Simple 'bacon
>wrapped' anything on the grill
>thinking... This of
>course proves the old adage
>that, 'anything tastes good wrapped
>in bacon'!!
>
>I have a vacuum sealer and
>will vacuum seal them 4
>sticks to a package and
>freeze them. My
>buddies LOVE them when I
>break them out at deer
>or elk camp.
>
>
>
>S.
>
>


+1!

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wytex
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Aug-14-17, 
02:20 PM (MST)
3. "RE: Good dove recipe"

Add a slice of jalapeno under that bacon.

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stanley
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Aug-14-17, 
05:30 PM (MST)
4. "RE: Good dove recipe"

>Add a slice of jalapeno under
>that bacon.

For sure! Good stuff!

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mossback50cal
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Aug-14-17, 
09:47 PM (MST)
5. "RE: Good dove recipe"

I was actually thinking of wrapping them in hatch green chile with bacon. I live in the best chile producing valleys in the world. So i think ill wrap in bacon and green chile.


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Stonefly
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Aug-28-17, 
06:28 PM (MST)
6. "RE: Good dove recipe"

I like to fillet as mentioned above. Then we season them with lemon pepper and lightly brown them in oil, dab off the oil and put them in a casserole pan and add stove top stuffing, then cook them until the stuffing is done. I like the bacon idea i think ill try it also.

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Sep-05-17, 
07:59 PM (MST)
7. "RE: Good dove recipe"

Did the bacon and jalapeno idea as a field dinner after a great day of dove hunting. They were a hit!

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Oct-04-17, 
10:24 AM (MST)
8. "RE: Good dove recipe"

>I like to fillet as mentioned
>above. Then we season them
>with lemon pepper and lightly
>brown them in oil, dab
>off the oil and put
>them in a casserole pan
>and add stove top stuffing,
>then cook them until the
>stuffing is done. I like
>the bacon idea i think
>ill try it also.

Dang, that sounds good! Will have to give it a try one the late dove season rolls around. ;) (or for quail, since the season starts here in AZ this Friday!)

+1 on the green chili idea too! I picked-up a big batch in Hatch last month while over there for my son's pronghorn hunt. Will have to give that one a try.

S.


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