Glazed Duck

By Kosher Guru / February 20, 2018

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dating a man in the army Purim is in the air and it’s all about hamtashen and all the new and exciting varieties out there are truly incredible. Truth be told I’m a classic kind of guy growing up on Reisman’s and now I have Mrs. Kosher Guru in the kitchen whipping up the classic apricot jam filled cookies. Speaking of jam I love to make duck. Most people are so afraid of this bird and I don’t know why. It truly is a delicacy in every bite I especially like making it for special occasions like Purim, or even the Shabbos right after. It’s really super easy and not that much involved hands on, just a long time in the oven. The only special thing you need is a roasting pan and rack so the bird doesn’t sit in its own juices. I use a Meal Mart young duckling and they are usually found in the freezer section just ask your local supermarket or butcher.

http://www.imagesense.com.au/?fenfis=rencontre-woo&7ee=86 sistema opzioni binarie 60 secondi Ingredients:

  • 1 Meal Mart duck defrosted cleaned and patted dry
  • Large Orange
  • Garlic powder
  • Paprika
  • Your favorite jam or preserves (I love raspberry on it) but any will work

http://www.capacuras.com/?rtyt=site-de-rencontre-bfm&db1=97 http://josiart.at/rete/619 Directions:

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Clean rinse and pat your duck dry.
  • With a fork poke holes on both sides of the bird.
  • Cut your orange in half and squeeze your juices on both sides of the bird.
  • Take that same orange and place inside the cavity of the bird.
  • Generously sprinkle paprika and garlic powder on both sides of the bird.
  • Place the duck breast down (tush up) on a rack in a roasting pan.
  • Place duck in the preheated oven for about 1-1.5 hrs until that side of the duck is nice and golden then flip the duck to the other side and cook about 1 hour more to get color on that side of the duck.
  • After about 1 hr take your favorite jam or preserves and with a brush, brush the duck liberally with your favorite jam and place back in over for about 15-20 min to crisp up skin
  • turn the duck back over to the side you started with and brush the next side liberally with the jam and again place back in oven for 15-20 minutes until skin is nicely browned and crispy and ready to be devoured.

Enjoy eating this because is soooo delish!

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Ingredients
  1. 1 Meal Mart duck defrosted cleaned and patted dry
  2. Large Orange
  3. Garlic powder
  4. Paprika
  5. Your favorite jam or preserves (I love raspberry on it) but any will work
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Clean rinse and pat your duck dry.
  3. With a fork poke holes on both sides of the bird.
  4. Cut your orange in half and squeeze your juices on both sides of the bird.
  5. Take that same orange and place inside the cavity of the bird.
  6. Generously sprinkle paprika and garlic powder on both sides of the bird.
  7. Place the duck breast down (tush up) on a rack in a roasting pan.
  8. Place duck in the preheated oven for about 1-1.5 hrs until that side of the duck is nice and golden then flip the duck to the other side and cook about 1 hour more to get color on that side of the duck.
  9. After about 1 hr take your favorite jam or preserves and with a brush, brush the duck liberally with your favorite jam and place back in over for about 15-20 min to crisp up skin
  10. turn the duck back over to the side you started with and brush the next side liberally with the jam and again place back in oven for 15-20 minutes until skin is nicely browned and crispy and ready to be devoured.
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