Fried duck n gravy is good. Just coat in flour seasoned with salt n pepper. Fry then make gravy with drippings. Eat over rice or with mashed potatoes. Can soak in milk overnight to lessen "duck" taste if needed.
SmackoverHawg Arkansas Fan Member since Oct 2011 17807 posts Online
re: Give me your go to duck breast recipesPosted by SmackoverHawg on 1/13/13 at 4:54 pm to sloopy
Made some creamy duck and wild rice soup for NC game that was damn good. Boiled a whole mallard with carrots, celery, garlic, peppercorns and parsley. Cooked til duck falling apart. Picked meat off and added back. Then added pack of Uncle Ben's wildrice mix w seasoning, and 1/2 stick of butter. Cook til rice done and added about a cup of heavy cream. Was damn good. salt to taste of course.
Yeti LSU Fan Member since Nov 2011 822 posts Online
re: Give me your go to duck breast recipesPosted by Yeti on 1/13/13 at 6:02 pm to sloopy
I make a duck fricassee that's easy and everyone seems to enjoy much more than duck bombs. Cube and season the duck breasts, and brown in a cast iron skillet. Add vegetables and saute for 5 minutes. Add wine and mushrooms and deglaze. Add stock and simmer for 1.5 hours. Serve over rice or pasta