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Borrowed this one from ole John Folse. From his book After the Hunt. One word: AWESOME!!


Yea You Right!!!! theres some good recipes in there!

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Jambalaya is good with gizzards, smoked wood duck gumbo, smoked mallard breasts with pepper jelly, and of course in a gravy and poppers.


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I recently made some smoked duck egg rolls for the first time. They take a little work but they're fuckin awesome! You can make a big pile of them and freeze them for later too.

Smoke some ducks and pull the meat off, save the carcass for stock. Sautee some diced jalepenos, onion, corn and black beans.
Mix that with cream cheese and shredded pepper jack and the duck meat. Roll em up and put em in the fryer. I'd post up some pix but they didn't last that long!


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That sounds legit.

What do you roll them up in? I've never made egg rolls.


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Egg roll wraps. They're also called wonton skins I think. They had them in with the Asian food shit at the grocery store.


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Throw cubed up breasts, onion soup mix and a can of coke into the slow cooler for 4 or 5 hours on low. Add canned corn and mushrooms and let it go another hour. Add some milk and flour to thicken it up and pour it over rice. Sometimes we add chopped up bacon , peas or carrots too.


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That sounds good! ^

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Colby cheese jalapeño and duck breast wrapped In bacon



Are yall deboning the breast right here and slicing in strips? Got a couple woodys defrosting for friday and gonna try them like this


I breast the birds out then slice the breasts in half to make them like an 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick then roll them up with the cheese in the middle and wrap them In Bacon

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I keep it pretty simple. I spray the breasts with olive oil, shake some Monteal seasoning on them (both sides) then onto the grill. I cook at 375, 4 minutes a side. The breasts should come out rare to medium rare.

what he said -- cook em hot. cook em fast


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I make kabobs with mine. Put a pineapple chunk next to the cubed duck breast, keeps it moist and kinda gives it a sweet taste.

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We just started a new one a couple years ago for Thanksgiving:

2-1/2 cup celery
1 small onion
3 cloves garlic
2 small apples (red and green)
few handfuls of dried craisins (cranberry raisins)
2-1/2 TBLS poultry seasoning
little white wine

Sautee the above in olive oil and 1/2 stick butter (add apples last so they don't get mushy). Then add two packages of hamburger buns cut into 1/2" cubes. Then add some chicken stock as needed for everthying to get moist but not goopy.

Then add some raw, cubed duck breasts (~3). Stuff the turkey and cook as you normally would.

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Tell yall what. Ate teal for the first time today and cooked it in a gumbo. Best bird I ate so far. I heard they were good in a gravy but I like the gumbo a whole lot.

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Any duck is good in gumbo. Teal is best on the grill or fried IMO. We have cooked them whole before in the oven over rice. Teal is probably the most tender of the ducks I've ate.


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Not any duck. Had a mallrd hen in there too and dindt care for it. Teal were great though

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Not any duck. Had a mallrd hen in there too and dindt care for it. Teal were great though


The bigger ducks take longer to cook than the teal. It was probably tough right


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Yea tough and didnt seem to take the seasoning. I even took the teal out and let it cook for like 30 min by itself.

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Yea tough and didnt seem to take the seasoning. I even took the teal out and let it cook for like 30 min by itself.


U did it right. Just let it cook longer...till it falls apart. It will be much better next time.


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Yea tough and didnt seem to take the seasoning. I even took the teal out and let it cook for like 30 min by itself.


Meat tenderizer is the best thing for big ducks.


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Got 4 greys in the freezer for 5he next one. Ill try that with them.

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I wasnt sure how the mat would do if I deboned the breast. Clearly it will do goo and that looks delicious

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I recently made some smoked duck egg rolls for the first time. They take a little work but they're fuckin awesome! You can make a big pile of them and freeze them for later too.

Smoke some ducks and pull the meat off, save the carcass for stock. Sautee some diced jalepenos, onion, corn and black beans.
Mix that with cream cheese and shredded pepper jack and the duck meat. Roll em up and put em in the fryer. I'd post up some pix but they didn't last that long!

did a small inventory of freezer and have a crap of ducks to eat so wife made these last night and also made a sweet and sour sauce to top with and this shitt was fireee. def be making it again

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Marinade in soy, coffee grounds and pepper. Grill to medium rare.


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Marinate in milk and rosemary for a few hours. Pat dry and season with sea salt and cracked black pepper. Sear to medium rare and set aside and cover with foil. Turn down the heat and add a spoonful of butter to the pan to make a butter sauce. Slice the breast across the grain and spoon the butter sauce on top.

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Wow it's late and I'm starving after reading those. Tried it many ways but now I wana try the one in the crock pot and the wine recipe.


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I make a lot of duck jerky. Kids don't like cooked duck, but they will eat the entire tray of duck jerky..

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