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    This recipe comes from the French section of a book called Easy International Cooking. It is a quick and tasty way to serve duck.

    Recipe #188447

    2 Reviews |  By CJAY

    This is from the Diana Liu cookbook. A very good way to cook duck.

    Recipe #366087

    The apricots in this dish really cut through the richness of the duck. Serve with prepared cous cous.

    Recipe #345463

    I bought a bag of duck legs recently. There were 10 of them in a 2kg bag, all beautifully trimmed and ready to cook. Normal eaters might eat one each but we ate two and our son ate 3 of them!

    Recipe #201147

    Recipe #5108

    I like this recipe because its a different variation on roast duck

    Recipe #16321

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    I have not made this salad but posted it by request. It is from Jeff Smith's "The Frugal Gourmet cooks Three ancient cuisines" I have made many excellent recipes from this cook book

    Recipe #17567

    We love duck as a treat when it's just the 2 of us and it goes really well with this Chinese style marinade. Prep time doesn't include marinading.

    Recipe #23135

    6 Reviews |  By chia

    i love this with spicy tamari noodles and jasmine rice. an asian slaw and lime sorbet, and you have an easy summer dinner

    Recipe #58672

    This is Russell's speciality. This soup is easy to make, though it takes a bit of planning. It is a complete and filling meal made the way we do. The original recipe came from an Ian Parmenter cookbook, but I doubt he'd recognise his recipe now! Prep and cooking time are just a guess-and don't include overnight refrigeration of the stock or marinated meat-sorry about that! I like to add snow peas or asparagus to this sometimes too.

    Recipe #60255

    I haven't tried this one yet, but it looks good. It comes from an Australian magazine "Simply lite" which sadly no longer exists. I feel like I should make a note on this that in Australia "Butternut squash" is also considered pumpkin.

    Recipe #80861

    The flavours here are fabulous and very easy to make if you have access to a good Chinese BBQ shop. From the ABC Delicious magazine.

    Recipe #85697

    From a cookbook Practical Soups I borrowed from work.

    Recipe #93139

    I made a quail recipe similar to this-but tonight I had a duck. We served this over rice with stir-fried vegetables.

    Recipe #95541

    from an exellent site for game food cooking, called Food Down Under. I haven't made this, but love duck and plan to do so in the near future.

    Recipe #109806

    I went looking for inspiration for my duck I bought for dinner. Eventually I found it on the bag the duck came in!

    Recipe #110165

    Adapted from an old Craig Claiborne recipe I like very much. Cooking time is very approximate and may go longer than stated (the original recipe indicated only about 1 hour but I have not found it to be done in that time when using the size of duck indicated). Preparation time does not include letting duck dry overnight.

    Recipe #113104

    This is delicious and easy and only 4 ingredients! I found this in my 'Weber's Real Grilling' cookbook so it's kind of tailored to gas grill cooking...which is not to say that you can't do this on a charcoal grill, I would just carefully arrange the coals on the perimeter of the grill so that you're grilling on indirect heat. For gas grills, this is best done on grills with 4 vertical burners...place the duck on the middle of the grill and turn on the two end burners. That worked perfectly for me and I ended up with the best duck I've ever made. My 'neutral about duck' husband raved over it and asked me to make duck only this way in the future. I served this with my Baby Bok Choy with Oyster sauce (#74827) and my Scallion Cake (#82493) and I don't mean to self-promote those recipes but this ended up being such a perfect meal for us, I just can't help talking about it :)

    Recipe #116164

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