One Pan Duck Dinner

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Here is a recipe to easily replace you’re Sunday dinner temporarily, made especially to take a load off taking no more than 40 minutes start to finish.

Ingredients:

2 duck breasts

1 tsp black peppercorns, crushed

300g cooked new potatoes, medium sliced

bunch flat-leaf parsley, roughly chopped

1 garlic clove, finely chopped

4 rashers smoked streaky bacon, chopped

Large handful of fresh asparagus

Method:

1) Score skin on duck breast season very well and lay on a cold pan skin down put the heat on low and cook for 12 minutes until crispy and then flip and cook on flesh side for 4 minutes.

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2) Remove duck breasts and place on a chopping board with tin foil covering over the top to rest the meat and keep warm.

3) Now add (boiled) cooked potatoes to the pan which will have plenty of duck fat in. Turn up the heat season well with salt and cook until brown and crispy depending on the thickness of the chopped potatoes will affect the time taken to crisp nicely.

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4) When potatoes are crisp add parsley and garlic and toss around in pan for a couple minutes. Now set aside onto hot plates.

5) Add bacon and asparagus to pan and slice duck thinly with a sharp knife. Cook for a few minutes until slightly softer and bacon is crunchy. Serve onto plates.

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6) Serve with cranberry sauce and enjoy.

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There it is, your a simple Sunday alternative!

Bon Apetit!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the author

JimiStardom

My name is James welcome to my blog. I am a 23 year old self taught kitchen loiterer where i am most happiest. I was diagnosed with terminal HCC Liver Cancer October 2012 since then i have found much more time to experiment in the kitchen and develop my knowledge. Making cookery my number one release and hobby. On a lighter note, I have been in love with food since when I couldn't possibly remember, the story of me in my youth asking Father Christmas for cucumber sandwiches doesn't surprise anyone in the slightest. I enjoy cooking, eating out, entertaining, putting smiles on peoples faces when they take their first mouthful of my dish/force feeding them and talking about food, generally basing life around the next meal. I tend to get on tremendously well immediately with anyone who has a passion for food and life in general. In my blog i will add new tried and tested restaurants, recipes and much more. Aimed at anyone even if they have hardly ever picked up a skillet. I believe great things can be achieved using minimal ingredients, hence why my favourite food to cook and eat is Italian. Hoping to meet other food enthusiast bloggers and share my recipes with fellow foodies. Every little helps when it comes to cooking and choosing between a vast amount of eateries. Let's avoid the mediocre ones and promote the unpretentious hidden gems where the true greatness lies. I hope you find this page useful and any feedback would be fantastic. Enjoy! And of course, Bon Apetit!

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