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Quick and easy, these spicy murtabaks are the perfect start to any Asian-style meal.
 
Bulgur wheat adds a hearty texture to this salad while mint leaves and lemon juice give it a light flavor. Since this dish can be refrigerated up to 24 hours in advance, it's great as a "make-ahead" meal or appetizer.
 
Serve an Italian-style breakfast with frittatas -- eggs cooked in a skillet and finished in the oven. Create your own version with ingredients like spinach, cilantro or duck bacon.
 
2003 Consumer Duck Recipe Contest Winning Recipe created by Janice Elder
 
Tangy balsamic vinegar, tomatoes and artichoke hearts make this pasta dish light and refreshing. Great for a quick lunch or dinner.
 
Made with fresh tomatillos, cilantro and jalapenos, this easy-to-make appetizer is perfect for a summer get-together and can complement bean quesadillas or fajitas.
 
Created by Chef Michael O'Donnell for Maple Leaf Farms
Bite-size tartlets are flavored with cranberry sauce, eggnog and pecans to create a delicious blend of seasonal flavors.
 
Enjoy the fresh crispness of vegetables in this stir-fry that's ready in minutes.
 
Full of vegetables, these flaky, flavorful strudels are the perfect way to begin an Asian-style meal.
 
Dipped in sweet, spicy mole sauce, these enchiladas are packed with flavor and garnished with a healthy, homemade salsa.
 
Create a layered masterpiece with Bibb lettuce, apple salad, warm duck and tomato and parsley oil. Perfect for a refreshing summer lunch.
 
Cranberries, Granny Smith apples and sweet potatoes make this harvest chowder perfect for a fall party.
 
Spicy cumin, jalapeno peppers and cayenne meld with the strong, nutty taste of dark beer in this hearty chili. Serve with rustic bread or a fresh salad.
 
Adapted from a recipe created by Chef Wolfgang Hanau
Great on the grill! Use Maple Leaf Farms Ground Duck Meat for quick prep.
 
Duck breast makes a delicious variation on traditional chicken enchiladas.
 
Great for breakfast or brunch!
 
As seen in the Food Network magazine
 
2010 Video Recipe Contest Grand Prize Winner, Melissa Scheer
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2012 Video Recipe Contest Finalist, Paige Adams
 
 
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