Once you know how to make smoked duck, you can put the tender, juicy meat in pasta, tortillas, on a salad and so much more. It makes for such an elegant main dish.
This grilled Duck is decadent with a hazelnut crust and topped with an elegant red wine sauce. It’s the perfect pairing for a Chinon (Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley of France) and a cozy fall evening.
Dumplings are unanimous with Polish cuisine. But with a sudden surge of great Polish chefs breaking the mold and setting the culinary bar very high, modern interpretations of traditional Polish recipes are making a come back. Try these great duck dumplings or ravioli, for example.
Serve up this elegant duck confit crostini appetizer slathered with creamy parsnip puree and sweet fig jam. It can be done in just 30 minutes and ready to pair with a bottle of Pinot Noir.
Add these smoked duck sushi rolls to your next summer charcuterie board. They’re made with smoked duck breast, cucumbers, and spring onions rolled up with sushi rice and served with a blackberry dipping sauce that will go with the entire spread.
Rendering duck fat and then braising these succulent duck legs takes time, but the final result is as satisfying as Thanksgiving dinner.
A simple wrap if you start with already smoked duck and a favorite plum and chili sauce. Add fresh, cool cucumbers and hit the road with your gourmet wrap.