Recipe Search: whole duck
For an alternative to traditional duck with orange sauce, use this recipe's tangy balsamic vinegar and honey glaze.
Stewed in a rich roux, the duck pieces absorb the spicy, salty flavor of this Cajun gumbo. Tastes even better the next day after cooking.
Apples, bread crumbs and walnuts make this stuffing a classic holiday choice. Currant jelly and red wine vinegar add a bite to this mild recipe and create a balanced flavor throughout.
Raisins and dried apricots make this entrée perfect for months when fresh fruit isn't in season.
This colorful dish with fresh raspberries and aromatic herbs can be prepped up to two days in advance, then finished day-of for a meal or special event.
Carrots, potatoes and wild rice make this dish a hearty meal option, and the ease of cooking in your slow cooker means you can have dinner ready ahead of time.
The robust combination of duck with the flavors of sweet potatoes and apples will be a welcome addition to your holiday table.
Cooking this recipe in your slow cooker makes the duck meat fall-off-the-bone tender.
Make this popular Asian dish right at home. Baste the duck with the sweet and sour sauce during the last few minutes of cooking for best results.
Enjoy spicy barbecue sauce with duck without turning on your grill. Simply bake on an oven rack and add sauce.
Orange juice and mushrooms pair well with duck in this dish served with rice.
Served with a sauce that's perfectly balanced between sweet and tart, this entrée is a beautiful option for a holiday meal or special occasion.
This hearty duck dish is cooked in a Dutch oven and features rich flavors.
Serve with roasted duck for holiday meals.
This basic roast duck recipe creates a crispy skin and moist meat
Beijing's most famous dish, Peking Duck is traditionally served with Chinese pancakes, green onion brushes and cucumber strips with hoisin sauce.
Student Grand Prize 2012 Chef Recipe Contest, Charlie Stephens
Confit is the time-honored French tradition of cooking meat slowly in its own fat until meltingly tender. This recipe uses classic confit seasonings. Modify the spices to add your own flavor.
Deep frying a duck will give it extra-crispy skin with moist meat.