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bjg 12-06-2012 08:12 AM

Roast Duck Recipes?
 
I want to roast one for Christmas. Anybody have a good recipe?

bjg 12-06-2012 08:16 AM

Re: Roast Duck Recipes?
 
Found a little info from doing a search on this site.

Tscarborough 12-06-2012 09:48 AM

Re: Roast Duck Recipes?
 
Here is my roasted duck recipe:

Cook a nice rice pilaf.

Throw the duck away and eat the rice pilaf.

Aegis 12-29-2012 07:56 AM

Re: Roast Duck Recipes?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Tscarborough (Post 142614)
Here is my roasted duck recipe:

Cook a nice rice pilaf.

Throw the duck away and eat the rice pilaf.

Hey, would ya throw that duck my way??????:D

I may have to try roast duck!

horrocks007 12-30-2012 06:36 PM

Re: Roast Duck Recipes?
 
I used to cook Duck working in restaurants. We would remove the thigh, wings, and the drumsticks and braise them in either duck stock or red wine. The rest we would roast on fairly high heat (like 400f) for about 10 minutes. Duck is really good medium rare.

Try reducing pomegranate juice and serve as a sauce or add to a sauce, yum!

I love duck, I just can't convince my wife to eat it. Would be great done on a low fire in the WFO. Duck is really messy because the fat spatters everywhere, not a problem in our ovens though!

rosstaylor2440 02-04-2013 10:53 PM

Re: Roast Duck Recipes?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by horrocks007 (Post 143336)
I used to cook Duck working in restaurants. We would remove the thigh, wings, and the drumsticks and braise them in either duck stock or red wine. The rest we would roast on fairly high heat (like 400f) for about 10 minutes. Duck is really good medium rare.

Try reducing pomegranate juice and serve as a sauce or add to a sauce, yum!

I love duck, I just can't convince my wife to eat it. Would be great done on a low fire in the WFO. Duck is really messy because the fat spatters everywhere, not a problem in our ovens though!

I love to eat roasted duck also, its good to know that you also like, but choice of every one is different with the foods they like you cant change that but only try to convince them.
duck with wine is delicious.


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