Mallard Yakisoba

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  1. pentail

    pentail Administrator Moderator Flyway Manager

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    One of my favorite puddle duck recipes

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    https://www.realtree.com/timber-2-table-wild-game-recipes/mallard-duck-yakisoba-recipe
     
  2. Luigi Daniele

    Luigi Daniele Elite Refuge Member

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    That guy is one heckuva cook! You should make him an administrator here.:)
     
  3. OneShotBandit

    OneShotBandit Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I diffently will try this one!
     
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  5. callinfowl

    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    Uck. That looks and sounds really good.
    We stir fry most of our Specks that we breast out and save the legs for Speck Insta pot cofit.
    We cook and eat outside most of the summer out here, a few years ago I won a huge stainless steel wok at a DU dinner it's made to fully cover a 22' Weber Charcoal Kettle. You add 1/2 a bag of lump coal to the grill then place the wok over it. It's awesome because it gets white hot covered in a matter of a few minutes, then you take the lid off to cook on the wak. Anyone that cooks on a weber kettle should buy one of these woks they are amazing and built to last.
    I've never heard of yakisoba so thank you it sounds really good and I will be making this as soon as the weather warms up enough to eat outside.
    This is the weber wok they only cost $40 when you can find them.
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    For the Insta pot Speck confit I use this recipe.
    https://www.foodrepublic.com/recipes/instant-pot-duck-confit/
    (not my plating)
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    I add a 2-cloves to each goose legs or 1 clove if I'm using duck legs and 1-whole star anise and the zest of 1-large navel orange and the juice from the orange go into the insta pot.
    It turns out freak'in amazing, I love my insta pot it does a lot of really cool things and it makes perfect sous vide as well.:yes

    Thanks for the new recipe it looks great, I can't wait to try it this summer.

    Dan:tu
     
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  6. Luigi Daniele

    Luigi Daniele Elite Refuge Member

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    Figured it out :)
     

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