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HairyStamper13
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Baton Rouge
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What's your favorite teal recipe?

Have some whole birds. Thought about roasting them? I normally cook em down and make a gravy. What says the OB?


Nascar Fan
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Columbia La.
Member since Jul 2011
16005 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Grilled & wraped in bacon


KingRanch
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The Ranch
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re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
That


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MrCoachKlein
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Member since Sep 2010
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re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Cook em down and make a gravy, doesn't get any better imo


dpd901
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Thibodaux
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re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
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Cook em down and make a gravy, doesn't get any better imo


That. As a side dish, get some canned yams. Drain and rinse them, then pat dry with some paper towels. Fry them in hot earl till they start to Carmlize, then spinkle with some brown sugar. Had this with some teal for Thanksgiving. They were great!


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tigerfoot
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Alexandria
Member since Sep 2006
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re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Pot roasted.

Cook some rice


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
39509 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Split back, season skin then cover with yellow mustard. Cook on low in pot for 1 to 1.5.


mack the knife
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SE Louisiana
Member since Oct 2012
2544 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
thats a new one to me. where did that idea come from?


AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
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re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
One of the big clubs down South


thejudge
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Westlake, LA
Member since Sep 2009
4491 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Stuffed with sausage and grilled on pit. Hells to make a bowl out of foil and cover then to collect all the juice. Give en something to steam in.


HairyStamper13
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Dec 2011
388 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Thanks for ll the suggestions. Never stuffed one with sausage and that intrigues me a little. Let y'all know how they turn out,


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OTIS2
LSU Fan
NoLA
Member since Jul 2008
30131 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Go to the Food Board's Recipe Book and look at the Duck Ville Platte. Cut the cook time to 2 to 2.5 hours. You'll like it...a lot.


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scubafeet
McNeese State Fan
baton rouge, la
Member since Feb 2004
13862 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Yep, a slow pot roast, with enough seasoning to make your nose run!!! That is best eatin there is!


goat
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Louisiana
Member since May 2004
3732 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Stuffed with sausage sounds good -

Have had some out of a crawfish pot before - actually pretty good

My next duck cook will be duck and greens


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34venture
LSU Fan
Buffer Zone
Member since Mar 2010
9268 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Brown them for a little while.

Put breast down in big pan.

Cook for 2 hours on 325

Take out, put back in pot and let them cook down for about 20 more minutes with the drippings and a little water.

Cook some rice.


goat
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since May 2004
3732 posts

re: What's your favorite teal recipe?
Good lord is there anything better than rice and gravy - and gravy is from a good source? Man I could go rice and gravy for a last meal on death row


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