Sweet and Sour Duck

Discussion in 'Recipes' started by TXWings, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. TXWings

    TXWings Senior Refuge Member

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    At first, I thought this would ruin 'em, but glad I gave it a try.
    A buddy from WI sent me a bottle of Western Dressing, by
    Wishbone. The stuff is orange. I've since found it at WalMart.
    Cut breasts fajita-size. Add a little salt, pepper, Slap Yo
    Mama, and garlic.

    Place them in a hot oiled skillet and lightly brown. Cover
    them with the dressing, about a cup per three birds. (You are
    actually frying these breasts) Simmer covered, stirring
    occasionally, for 10 min. Pour on a little more dressing midway
    and continue for about another 15 minutes, low to medium heat,
    until the oil in the dressing becomes clear.

    Dip them out onto a plate and they are good by themselves.
    It gives the ducks a sweet, barbecue glaze. Good stuff Rich.
     
  2. Josh Michaelis

    Josh Michaelis Elite Refuge Member

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  3. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    This may be against the rules, and I an somewhat ashamed to admit it, but....

    At the store there is a new 'Quick Meal' package, like Hamburger Helper. It is shaped like a Chinese Take-Out box. There are a couple of flavors. One is Sweet and Sour Chicken. You are supposed to supply the meat. I supplied Duck. My wife LOVED it. Duck is OK with her, but she got 2nds of this. Quick and easy.
     
  4. TXWings

    TXWings Senior Refuge Member

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    Haven't used this one is awhile. The "helper" might be good. The meat wasn't tough? I've been slow-roasting my ducks with bacon. Going to do some for Thanksgiving. The red can of Slap yo Mama is the best!
     

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