Recipe by CHEF FABULOUS!
"A hunter's dinner, rich and hearty perfect for fall just before turkey day. Any game fowl can be used. Garnish serving platter with parsley and cherry tomatoes for a nice presentation. Serve gravy on the side."
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1 (4 pound)
whole duck, dressed, innards reserved
crushed black peppercorns
3 (.18 ounce) packets
uncooked long grain and wild rice mix
We could not find the sazon seasoning packets in our little grocery store so Juanita and I used Lowry's seasoning salt instead. I did not have to use buckshot to get my duck since I had a lot of ducks already in the pen thinking they were going to get some sour mash. I chose the fat duck which would have been greasy but I poked it full of holes first and set it upon celery stalks which kept it out of it's own grease. Very good duck and we all liked it.
I made a couple of changes. My bird was nowhere near 4 pounds and so I was too nervous to cook it at 450. I chose 350 instead and it was done in two hours. We also didn't keep the innards because we do not like them so I completely skipped this step. Hard to give an accurate review since my bird was not what the recipe called for but I do think the combo of flavors and the sazon was good for the duck. Thank you!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Buckshot Duck with Wild and Brown Rice Stuffing
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 203
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