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Do I need to thaw my Pre-Roasted Goose?
Last Updated: 07/26/2012
Thawing is not required  for the Pre-Roasted goose.  It is certainly safe to have the Pre-Roasted goose partially or fully thawed in the refrigerator a day or so before cooking.  However, we have found that your final product will be more tender and moist if it is put into the oven fully frozen.  If you have no room in your freezer and it must be partially thawed, we suggest lowering the oven temperature (325°F to 350°F) and start watching for the pop-up timer as early as 60 minutes.  When the pop-up pops, it is done - (could be anywhere from 60-80 minutes.)

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