Posts Tagged ‘Duck’

Dutch-Oven Duck

Whether your heat source is a bed of white-hot coals or a rustic camp stove, a Dutch oven can cook your duck to fall-off-the-bone deliciousness. It’s an old-school slow-cooker for meat dishes that require low cooking temperatures and a little more time to make them tender. PrintDutch-Oven Duck Ingredients3 cups duck breast fillets, cut into…

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Speck Kabobs

White-fronted geese, often called specklebellies or simply specks, are generally acknowledged to be the best-tasting geese on the planet, but feel free to use this recipe with Canada geese as well. Kabobs are handy because they can provide meat, vegetables, and starches all in one. PrintSpeck Kabobs Ingredients4 cups trimmed specklebelly goose breast fillets with…

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Italian Duck Sandwich

Duck camp is no place for cute little sliders or a tablespoon of meat on a cracker, especially after a long day in the marsh. The beauty of this dish is that the time-consuming cooking component is done well in advance. Whole ducks or breast fillets are seasoned, slow-cooked, cooled, and shredded much like pulled…

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Crispy, Spicy, and Sweet Duck Appetizers – Ducks Unlimited Recipe

What duck camp meal would be complete without something wrapped in bacon? With this recipe, the flavor is all built into the marinade. It’s sweet and salty like teriyaki, with a spicy edge that can be adjusted to suit your own tolerance for heat. Discover Five Delicious Duck Camp Recipes on the Ducks Unlimited site.

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