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Postby crazymallardhunter » Fri Jan 18, 2008 10:23 pm

does anyone have easy duck recipes :help:
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Postby rockbass » Thu Jan 24, 2008 7:52 am

Soak breasts in sprite soda overnight.
Pound them out
Put them in egg wash
Dip in Italian bread crumbs
Deep fry.

I did 44 various types of duck breast last weekend, and they were amazing. You might want to cut bigger breasts once or twice after you pound them.


Option two:
Soak chunked breasts(6-8) in Merlot .5 bottle, brown sugar .5 cup, and 2 tblsp. fresh garlic.
Soak @ room temp. 4 hrs
In a crock pot start 1 lg onion, and 3-5 servings of brown rice
2 cans beef or chicken stock ( I think you can buy duck stock)
A little Basil,salt and pepper
When the rice is just starting to break 3-4 hrs
pour the duck and wine marinade right over the top
I like to add mushrooms at this point as well
Cook for another hour or until the duck in med.
Serve with a little Franks Chili \Lime hot sauce, and another bottle of merlot (Yellow Tail, or Fish Eye work nicely)
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Postby brassass » Fri Jan 25, 2008 11:51 am

many variations on this but it is easy and i think it is the best way to do it.

get your duck breasts marinate them in Italian dressing for 6-12 hours preferable, i like to tenderize mine with a needle tenderizer first then marinate either way is good.

After marinate get the breasts put some cream cheese and a jalepeno in the middle fold it over (similar to pig in a blanket) and wrap bacon around outside of breasts. Throw on grill and cook until bacon is done.

Best way to do and the way i cook 90% of my duck.
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Postby crazymallardhunter » Fri Feb 08, 2008 8:00 pm

thanks for the recipes
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Postby hntreric » Mon Feb 11, 2008 7:33 pm

Here's a really easy and fast way to ccok them.

Cut the breast into strips
Mix flour with a lot of garlic salt and pepper
mix milk with garlic salt and pepper
Take the strips and soak them in the milk then put them in the flour , then fry them like chicken strips. Quick and easy.
Ducks from the bay taste like fish
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Postby Ramsey84 » Mon Feb 11, 2008 7:45 pm

brassass wrote:many variations on this but it is easy and i think it is the best way to do it.

get your duck breasts marinate them in Italian dressing for 6-12 hours preferable, i like to tenderize mine with a needle tenderizer first then marinate either way is good.

After marinate get the breasts put some cream cheese and a jalepeno in the middle fold it over (similar to pig in a blanket) and wrap bacon around outside of breasts. Throw on grill and cook until bacon is done.

Best way to do and the way i cook 90% of my duck.


^^^This is also my favorite, but I do not use the Italian dressing marinade.
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Postby brassass » Tue Feb 12, 2008 2:55 pm

you should try the marinade, defiantly better in my opinion with the Italian dressing
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Postby crazymallardhunter » Wed Feb 13, 2008 10:36 pm

thanks guys for them :thumbsup:
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