Crockpot Recipes for Ducks

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  1. Davy Hunt

    Davy Hunt Elite Refuge Member

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    Anybody cook duck in the crockpot?

    How do you do it?
     
  2. thebiggrfigr

    thebiggrfigr Senior Refuge Member

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    I posted a great Italian Duck recipe on Duckhuntingchat.com. Check it out it has always been a crowd pleaser and easy too!
     
  3. jkryspin

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    Davy -

    Slice breasts lengthwise to 1/2" strips
    Place in crockpot
    Cover in Apple Cidar (can substitute Apple Juice, but add brown sugar to taste)
    Cook on low for 8 hours
    Remove meat
    Drain
    Now pull apart with forks or fingers
    Place meat back in crockpot
    Cover in your favorite BBQ sauce for 45 minutes....

    Pulled BBQ Duck Sandwiches
     
  4. SeniorCoot

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    Throw boneless breasts in pot- add lge can of Cr of mushroom soup,one can of milk, and a small can of mushroom slices & Pcs--cook 3-4 hrs stirring once or twice--can add some chix base, parsley or other seasonings but not necessary- great for camp- put on when you leave and it's ready when you get home- can be served over rice or noodles-
     
  5. Jimbob

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    This is for swan, but also works well for any kind of duck, even scoters...

    Jimbob's Salisbury Swan: Saute' a large sliced onion and a minced clove of garlic in the reserved drippings from about a pound of bacon until the onion is clear. Remove onion, drain well (saving drippings) and place onion in crock pot. Cut the breast into strips. Roll in WELL seasoned flour and brown in reserved drippings. Place in crock pot with onion. Throw in the bacon you fried earlier, crumbled. Cover with water (or swan stock, from making swan salad) and either slow cook all day, or cook on high for about 4 hrs. Serve with rice. If you want to add a sweet touch, add a couple of tablespoons of apple or red current jelly just before serving.
     
  6. Creedmore

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    I've had a beef tips recipe for years similar to this one, and I tried it on some ducks this year and it was outstanding.
    Boneless breasts seasoned with Lawry's,
    1 can of cream of mushroom,
    1 can of cream of celery,
    1 can of french onion soup.

    Put the crock pot on low, go to work, come home and chow down. :tu
     
  7. swing

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    i have one that actually won an award (from academy sports) :tu

    place boneless breasts in crockpot
    cover entirely with REALLY light coffee (what i typically do is take my left over coffee from the morning before and water it down)
    season to taste (i usually chop up an onion and throw in some worsh, garlic powder, black pepper, etc)
    cook on low all day

    when you get home from work get the breasts out and discard liquid...with a fork, shred the meat and return to the crock pot. put some bbq sauce on the meat and stir it up (leaving it on low heat). toast some hamburger buns and you got yourself "duck sloppy joes".

    :cool:
     
  8. Garvdog

    Garvdog Senior Refuge Member

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    I tried this recipe this weekend for the first time, I loved it. I ate 4 sandwhiches and not a hint of a wild flavor. A VERY good recipe! :tu
     
  9. duckndawg

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    I've done the cook only I used coffee. I need to try it with the apple cider sounds good!!!!
     

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