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anyone got a different recipe for teal besides tbe ol italian dressing butter garlic salt bacon grill recipe? its my favorite but trying to figure out a different flavor if you know what i mean?
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i take a lot of my ducks and cook them this way.
Get a skillet good and hot with some butter in the bottom of it.
Teal breasts, i just throw the half in and sear it. Bigger ducks i take and slice the breast in to one inch or so thick pieces and throw in. Just sear it till its got a nice brown on it (remember a hot fire is critical). I find with a searing the outside good, leaves the middle about medium rare and perfect.
Sometimes i do it with just raw meat, no marinade, but its really good if you marinate the night before. I also find they turn out a little juicier when marinated as well.
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1 whole white onion
10 cloves of garlic(smashed)
salt and pepper
1/2 stick butter
slice the onion so you have 2" pieces, smash the 10 cloves dont dice and cut the portabella into 1" cubes(they will shrink). duck, butter and garlic, onion, mushrooms and wine into skillet. For larger birds you will want to cook the duck, garlic butter and wine for a couple minutes before adding the mushrooms and onion. Serve over some rice!
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Just cooked some up a little differently tonight. I plucked two of them and brined them in straight saltwater for a couple days. I dried them off and coated them inside, and out and under the skin with paul prudhommes poultry magic. I placed them in the bottom of a baking dish with some baby carrots. I poured 2 cups of beef broth (from cubes) over them and then poured instant rice over everything. I baked it for about 45 minutes at 375, or until the rice is done in the middle and crispy on top. the ducks were still a medium to medium rare. I served them by chopping in half lengthwise over a pile of the rice, with the carrots on the side...
passed the kids and wife tests, so it must have been good...
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country fried teal!take breast halfs pound with meat tenderizer dredge in seasoned flour.fry them in veg oil till good and brown.mix a bag of country gravy mix(mccormicks suasage flavored white gravy)put on plate and cover with gravy.fix taters and stuffing or some greens and hold on to yer fork its freekin awsome!it works good with puddlers and divers as well.i fix em like this or grill.u guys gotta try this its really good.
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Teal Marsala... pound out the teal breasts and use in place of chicken in Chicken Marsala....
my signature dish is creamy raisen chicken marsala.
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When you clean your teal, clean them with the breasts connected to the bone, then marinate in red wine, balsamic vinegar, salt, pepper, Italian seasoning. Then slap them on the grill
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