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crockpot mallards??

Postby duckhuntnfl » Thu Feb 17, 2011 11:03 pm

im getting tired of the same ol duck recipes i cook, i have a bunch of plucked mallards in my freezer i wanted to cook that my wife can start while im at work {slow crock pot type} anybody have any secret recipes.? also ive never done the slow cook thing for ducks i like fast and rare, does the slow way make them tough and gamey?
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Re: crockpot mallards??

Postby aggiechiro » Fri Feb 18, 2011 1:57 am

duckhuntnfl wrote:does the slow way make them tough and gamey?



not if you keep it slow and low.



if you want something different. i'd suggest frying the legs/wings(wife should be able to manage). then you can debone the breasts and use either te fajita or quesidilla recipies on here. should be a change up for you.
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Re: crockpot mallards??

Postby alanwebfoot » Fri Feb 18, 2011 1:25 pm

absolutely save the legs they're great!! as far as crock pot can of cream of asparagus or mushroom soup>
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Re: crockpot mallards??

Postby duckhuntnfl » Fri Feb 18, 2011 6:03 pm

alanwebfoot wrote:absolutely save the legs they're great!! as far as crock pot can of cream of asparagus or mushroom soup>


yea i was thinking dry onion soup mix and some cream of mushroom with some beef broth all day.. thats how i do my deer roast but i didnt know.. i will try it sunday ill let you know how it turns out
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Re: crockpot mallards??

Postby Cujo1 » Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:02 pm

We score the breast, fill them with cajun seasoning, and lemon pepper. Then wrap them in bacon and drop them in the crock pot. Cook while at work on low. You can cook about 10 breast halves this way. It is pretty good with puddle ducks but can get ugly with divers. Good luck.
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Re: crockpot mallards??

Postby duckhuntnfl » Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:58 pm

yea that sounds good too..

well i started the ducks at 7 yesterday afternoon and had them for lunch, absolutely awesome. this is what i did..
2 packs of dry onion soup mix
1 can of cream of mushroom
2 cans of chicken broth
1 whole onion halved
few dashed of worcestershire sauce
and rubbed down the duck with steak seasoning
salt pepper..1/4 stick of butter in duck cavity
after affect, a duck that my 1 year old ate and my wife thought was a dryer verson of a pot roast. flavor was awesome no gamey and fell apart tender.

would recommend trying.

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