Duck breast meat is a special delicacy: unlike most poultry, it is at its best when pan-fried to medium-rare degree, very much like a good steak. The meat is highly flavorful, while the layer of fat adds more flavor, and a slight smokiness, when it is rendered in the pan. Continue reading “Duck Breast with Spiced Kumquat Marmalade and Mustard Glaze”
Wonton wrappers are a wonderful versatile item that I love using. Once filled, they can be steamed or fried, or turned into quick ravioli dishes. In the recipe here I’ve used them to prepare mini egg rolls and cooked ravioli, filled with a delicious duck filling. Continue reading “Wonton Wrappers with Pineapple-Coconut Milk Duck Filling”
With plenty of leftover cranberries and oranges, I’ve decided to put some into good use, in the form of a sauce for a duck dish.
Cranberries and oranges go so well together, and the acidity and mild sweetness is just perfect for a duck dish. The result was wonderful. Continue reading “Duck with Cranberries and Orange Sauce”
As much as I love cooked duck, or duck confit, roasted duck is another favorite. Not only the meat is perfectly cooked and still keeps its unique texture and flavor, in this method we get an extra bonus with the crispy skin.
Continue reading “Roasted Duck Legs with Potatoes and Carrots”