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10.10.2008 -main course - duck

Roasted breast of duck seasoned with Sarawak pepper

« Breast of duck is one of the great symbols of our holiday meals, and the simpler the recipe, the more spectacular it turns out. In this version, the breast is simply coated with richly flavored Sarawak pepper » 
Type Main course - duck - breast of duck - pepper - Sarawak pepper holiday recipes
Level of difficulty easy
Preparation time 15 minutes
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Ingredients

Serves 4

  • 2 breasts of duck, About ¾ lb (350 to 400 g) each
  • 3 ½ fl oz (10 cl) duck stock
  • ¾ oz (20 g) Sarawak pepper
  • ¼ oz (5 g) duck fat
  • fleur de sel

Preparation

  • Ask the poultry specialist at your supermarket or butcher shop to trim and remove the tendons from the duck breasts
  • Make small incisions in the breast skin without cutting into the meat The incisions must form a criss-cross pattern across the entire outer skin
  • Crush all the pepper with a pestle
  • Cover the outer skin with the crushed pepper: roll the skin over a plate covered with crushed pepper. Push down hard enough so that the pepper gets into the incisions and “adheres” well to the skin
  • Heat the duck fat in a frying pan at low heat
  • Place the breasts skin-side down in the frying pan and let cook for 10 minutes without turning. This is a single-sided cooking technique in which just one side of the breast must be in contact with the heat
  • Remove from time to time any excess duck fat that may overaccumulate in the frying pan
  • Sprinkle a little fleur de sel on the meat-side during cooking
  • Turn the breasts over and sear the meat-side for 3 minutes
  • Remove from heat, set aside and keep warm for 4 minutes. The meat should not sit in its own juice during this time
  • Heat the juices from the duck breasts in a frying pan
  • Serve the breasts cut in slices on previously warmed plates Pour a bit of the juice around the duck breasts
 

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Pepper recipes  Pepper recipes
Poultry recipes  Poultry recipes
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