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Hey, I was trying to figure out what the best way was to fry a woodduck. I don't really want to try duck and rice but if most people prefer that I will give it a shot. Any help is appreciated.
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Cut it in strips against the grain coat with seasoned flour and fry in oil or bacon grease. Don't over cook it
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Another option is to take the breast meat off the bone whole (like a skinless split chicken breast) and season with salt & pepper. In a fry pan melt 1 stick of butter on medium-high heat, stir in some chopped shallots and sliced baby portabella mushroom caps & add breast meat to pan sautee. Cook to desired doneness and remove duck & add a small dab of cream to the pan for a sauce and pour it over a bowl of cooked orzo as a side.
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Marinate strips in mustard over night. Shake off excess mustard, pepper and flour strips, lightly brown in cooking oil. Be prepared to wear condom as it will be orgasmic to your taste buds!!
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