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Puddler recipes
 

Dave Diefenderfer
Manassas, VA

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Re: Puddler recipes In reply to
Duck Poppers

Duck breast(s) (teal work the best because you dont have to slice them)
Cream cheese
Buffalo wing sauce or jalepeños
Bacon!!!

Cut the breasts into teal sized breasts if you dont have teal. Slice those in half. Put desired amount of cream cheese, buffalo wing sauce, and jalepeños in the middle. Cover and wrap with half a piece of bacon. Put on a tray in the oven or grill until bacon is done.


David
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Another variation. Take the duck/goose breasts slice into even pieces. Take a vacuum sealer with canister, a marinade with a high vinegar base(anything will do). The take a fork or a meat tenderizer and pierce the meat. Now layer the meat and the marinade until 3/4 full. Now take the canister and suck all the air out.. Repeat as many times as you like, I do 5 or 6 times. This helps to pull the marinade through the meat. Suck the air out one last time and leave that way. Then place in the back of the fridge for 3 to5 days. When ready to cook, wrap in bacon, along with cheese, peppers, anything you like. Take a little Cajun seasoning and grille until no more than medium. Absolutely delicious.
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Pineapple/Orange Duck

The easiest recipe I've found and my kids favorite. Put duck breasts in pan then add frozen pineapple/orange juice concentrate (don't dilute concentrate with water). I usually cut thick breasts in half. Cook to desired tenderness. The resulting sauce is good over rice.