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Guest blogger: hitchy's famous special duck recipe

Main Dish
4 servings
15 min
60 min
Very Easy

Ingredients

Number of serving: 4
2 pieces of Maryland style duck breasts is a good way to go

5 spice, cinnamon

salt and pepper.

half a dozen baby potatoes and brussels sprouts.

some onions


garlic

about 2 CM (that means centimetres), of fesh, peeled ginger.

Preparation

  • Get some duck ( 2 pieces of Maryland style duck breasts is a good way to go), and pan fry it with skin on in olive oil with chinese 5 spice, cinnamon and salt and pepper.
  • Work out the spices for yourself, and adda bit of finely chopped sage lately when youu cook it poultry.
  • Chop into quarters: half a dozen baby potatoes and brussels sprouts. Steam or microwave these with some butter and cracked pepper and long enough until a fork easily slides though them.
  • Set them aside for a while. Chop up some onions, bacon, garlic and about 2 CM (that means centimetres), of fesh, peeled ginger.
  • Throw all this into a small frypan and gently saute. When the duck is medium rare cooked, bring it on to the chopping board and tent it with foil.
  • After an hour or so, chop the duck into bite sized pieces and throw the whole lot of ingredients together in a casserole dish.
  • Gently warm the mixture in a casserole dish, either in the oven or in the microwave.





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