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    Salter low fat fryer/oven Duck recipes?

    Chef #1800812924
    Sun Dec 15, 2013 6:36 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi (try again) we just purchased one of these ovens, basically a halogen and fan oven that sits on a big glass dish.
    I think you may know it under a different brand name in the US.

    We have a 1.4kg stuffed duck to cook and want some tips on how to proceed.
    The cooking instructions for normal fan assist are 180' for 1 hour then check juices. But with the radiant heat bearing down on the duck is there going to be any issues?
    Zurie
    Sun Dec 15, 2013 10:59 am
    Forum Host
    I don't know these ovens, or at least I'm not sure which type you are talking about.

    A duck is very fatty, so there should not be problems with burning or drying. To save me oven cleaning (the spattering!) I find it handy to put a duck in an oven bag -- a large one to also enclose the dish and the rack inside (on which the duck sits).

    If you prick the breasts and behind a few times with a fork the fat will run out nicely. Your duck should not take more than 1hr 30 minutes (taking into account the stuffing). Yummy.

    Do not discard the fat, save it -- duck fat is actually healthy because it is runny at room temperature and full of good fats. It makes gorgeous roast potatoes!
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