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Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  C.Hound on Tue May 18, 2010 6:30 pm

Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Ingredients
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2 Ducks
3/4 c Sherry
2 tb Soy sauce
1 ts Dry mustard
3/4 ts Powdered ginger
1/4 c Apricot jam

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1. Cut ducks into halves.
2. Combine all remaining ingredients to make a smooth mixture.
3. Pour over the ducks and refrigerate, covered, overnight.
4. Grill ducks, covered, overhot coals, setting high enough above the coals so that ducks will COOK SLOWLY for about 1 hour.
5. Baste with remaining marinade. Ducks should be moist and tender with a crunchy skin.
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  Tulip on Tue May 18, 2010 10:18 pm

Are you shooting ducks?

They are so cute.

But boy do they taste good.

Stay out of that Sherry it is for cooking.
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  C.Hound on Thu May 20, 2010 8:10 pm

Tulip wrote:Are you shooting ducks?

They are so cute.

But boy do they taste good.

Stay out of that Sherry it is for cooking.

Aint many things I won't shoot depending on the situation. Twisted Evil
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  OT on Fri May 21, 2010 11:42 am

C.Hound wrote:
Tulip wrote:Are you shooting ducks?

They are so cute.

But boy do they taste good.

Stay out of that Sherry it is for cooking.

Aint many things I won't shoot depending on the situation. Twisted Evil

Don't forget the plum sauce
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  Tulip on Fri May 21, 2010 2:50 pm

C.Hound wrote:
Tulip wrote:Are you shooting ducks?

They are so cute.

But boy do they taste good.

Stay out of that Sherry it is for cooking.

Aint many things I won't shoot depending on the situation. Twisted Evil

My father was a hunter so I understand. I was a member of rifle club in high school and was totally into using guns.

But I have to admit over the years I have a love for animals and nature. Today I could not kill anything using a gun unless it was trying to hurt me. But for those of you that enjoy hunting I have no problem with it. I sure have eaten some good food that some of my friends have hunted and killed.

To OT's comment I agree, do not forget the plum sauce. Smile
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  OT on Sat May 22, 2010 10:51 am

Tulip wrote:
C.Hound wrote:
Tulip wrote:Are you shooting ducks?

They are so cute.

But boy do they taste good.

Stay out of that Sherry it is for cooking.

Aint many things I won't shoot depending on the situation. Twisted Evil

My father was a hunter so I understand. I was a member of rifle club in high school and was totally into using guns.

But I have to admit over the years I have a love for animals and nature. Today I could not kill anything using a gun unless it was trying to hurt me. But for those of you that enjoy hunting I have no problem with it. I sure have eaten some good food that some of my friends have hunted and killed.

To OT's comment I agree, do not forget the plum sauce. Smile

Don't know about you guys, but I found that slow roasting duck will remove most of the fat and the fatty taste.. a slow roast on a rotisserie is also good.
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Re: Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Post  night-reaper on Sat Jun 05, 2010 8:23 pm

C.Hound wrote:Oriental Sytle Grilled Wild Duck

Ingredients
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2 Ducks
3/4 c Sherry
2 tb Soy sauce
1 ts Dry mustard
3/4 ts Powdered ginger
1/4 c Apricot jam

-------------------------

1. Cut ducks into halves.
2. Combine all remaining ingredients to make a smooth mixture.
3. Pour over the ducks and refrigerate, covered, overnight.
4. Grill ducks, covered, overhot coals, setting high enough above the coals so that ducks will COOK SLOWLY for about 1 hour.
5. Baste with remaining marinade. Ducks should be moist and tender with a crunchy skin.

That sounds really good!
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