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What to do with duck breast that isn't fruity?

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MaryMotherOfCheeses Sat 04-Mar-17 22:58:29

As in no cherry or orange sauces.

Got two packs from Lidl and don't know what to do with them.

FutureMrsRanj Sat 04-Mar-17 22:59:46

Jamie Oliver 15 minute meals has a great slightly spicy duck recipe with hoisin sauce and noodles

OrlandaFuriosa Sat 04-Mar-17 23:00:37

Stir Fry

Poach gently, with cranberry or red currant sauce to go with, on bed if carrot mash with greens, or bed of puy lentils with veg.

cdtaylornats Sun 05-Mar-17 07:47:53

Thai curry

WhoKn0wsWhereTheTimeG0es Sun 05-Mar-17 07:59:02

Slice them, dust with flour and a good bit of 5-spice powder, fry and serve with noodles, stir fry etc. Or salad.

LBOCS2 Sun 05-Mar-17 23:52:26

This is a very nice duck recipe. I serve it with potato Boulanger usually.

AdaColeman Mon 06-Mar-17 00:28:27

Roast and serve with creamy mustard sauce and celeriac mash.

Roast, and when cold slice thinly and serve on a bed of winter salad leaves with horseradish sauce to dip.

Use any leftovers in duck noodle soup.

AdaColeman Mon 06-Mar-17 00:31:26

Slice thickly and cook with sausages and haricot beans in a cassoulet style stew.

MaryMotherOfCheeses Mon 06-Mar-17 22:17:45

Thanks all smile

I ended up frying them with five spice and serving with noodles and veg which was lovely.

I have to say the ones from Lidl were excellent, much larger than I expected. We'll have them again.

AdaColeman Mon 06-Mar-17 22:29:16

It's so nice on these threads when the poster comes back to say what they made. Glad you enjoyed your meal OP. wine

WhoKn0wsWhereTheTimeG0es Mon 06-Mar-17 22:31:52


user1473069303 Sat 11-Mar-17 12:52:35

Made this last night and it's a keeper:

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