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BFIV
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Cooking your ducks...

With all the ducks yall harvest down there, how do yall cook em? Deep fry? Gumbo? Baked? Only duck I've ever eaten was in a rice gumbo that a South Carolina friend prepared. Mighty tasty, too.


Well, duh... Just as soon as I posted, I saw the thread about duck recipes. My mistake.
This post was edited on 11/24 at 11:37 am



Ole Geauxt
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Yes, yes, and yes.
Happy Happy Happy.


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BigHoss
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Gumbo for spoonies
Gravy for teal

Duck bombs for most. Jalapeño,cream cheese, slice of duck meat, wrapped in bacon and then grilled, fried, or baked.

Buddies dad made duck Parmesan the other night. Said it was awesome.

A very lightly pan seared duck breast still red in the middle with butter garlic is legit


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Nascar Fan
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Yes to all but you left out wraped in bacon & grilled


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CajunCowboy35
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Duck bombs and gumbo


BFIV
Virginia
Member since Apr 2012
1639 posts

re: Cooking your ducks...
Duck bomb???


BigHoss
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re: Cooking your ducks...
I described it in my post


BFIV
Virginia
Member since Apr 2012
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re: Cooking your ducks...
quote:

I described it in my post



Now I understand. Thought that was two different things. Sounds like it's delicious! Wonder what that would taste like with chicken instead of duck... Thanks!


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jimbeam
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re: Cooking your ducks...
spoonies fried/gumbo/fagitas
anything else, any way, preferably a gravy


BFIV
Virginia
Member since Apr 2012
1639 posts

re: Cooking your ducks...
May be a dumb question, but I'll ask anyway. Why is it better to fry a spoonie and not fry a greenhead, or woodie, or any other duck? May be apples to oranges, but I can't tell the difference between a fried Rhode Island Red and a fried Dominecker. I don't have many ducks at all here, except the barnyard variety.


jimbeam
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re: Cooking your ducks...
spoonies IMO don't taste great late season.


PBeard
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Heart and gizzard gravy/ rice dressing

Confit the legs

Crispy sear the breast


BigHoss
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Offshore
Member since Apr 2010
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Spoonies when they eat grain are fine.


When they eat mud and bugs and fish.

They get a nasty taste


MTG325
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: Cooking your ducks...
Sometimes I'll put the breasts between two pieces of Saran wrap, pound till thin, dip in buttermilk, then flour & bread crumbs, fry like chicken fried steak, make a gravy from the drippings, mashed taters, yeast rolls.


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