Crock pot duck stew

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Crock pot duck stew

Postby ohhiitznik » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:55 pm

I took some bits and pieces from other stew recipes and morphed it into my duck stew. This recipe is great tasting, and easy to prepare.


10 skinless duck breasts cubed
2 onion chopped
2 celery chopped
3 carrots chopped
3 potatoes chopped (you can use sweet potato if you'd like)
1 1/2 cup of green beans snapped ends and chopped into thirds
1 green pepper sliced and chopped
Some parsley finely chopped
2 smoked sausages sliced into small pie es
1/2 lb of bacon sliced into bite size pieces
1/2 can of ale
4 cups beef stock or game stock
1 can diced tomatoes
8 peeled whole garlic cloves
1 tbsp of garlic powder
1 tbsp of seasoning salt
3 tbsp vegetable oil
1 tbsp course black pepper
3 tbsp worchestershire
Gallon Ziploc with enough flour to coat the duck lightly.

Its very easy to prepare, brown the flour coated duck in the oil in a large pot or pan. Add the onion with the duck to get it caramelized.

Add your veggies, stock, seasonings and beer to the crock pot.

After the meat is browned, scrape all the bits in the bottom of the pan along with the meat and add it to the crock pot. You can also use beer here to deglaze the pan if you wish.

Cook on low for 5-6 hours. Best if served the next day, but its great right when its done. This makes a huge batch, could feed 10 guys for dinner.
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Re: Crock pot duck stew

Postby ohhiitznik » Mon Oct 13, 2014 4:56 pm

You can also add apple, and other seasonal items to the batch.
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