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Roasted Wild Duck Recipe

2 large
1 stalk
2 cloves
1 cup
1/8 teaspoon
1/2 cup
1/2 cup
1/4 cup
6 slices
wild ducks
regular Yoshida sauce
red wine
olive oil

Oven Temp: 500° / 300°
Recipe Cooking Time: 30 minutes per lb.
Pan Type: roasting pan

Wild Duck Directions

Preheat Oven.

Wash wild ducks and cut onion in half.
Place one half into each of the ducks body cavities.
Cut the celery in half and place one half into each wild duck cavity.
Stuff one clove of garlic into each duck cavity.
Place wild ducks into a large plastic bag.
In a medium bowl combine the Yoshida, pepper, red wine, water and olive oil.
Mix well.
Pour sauce mix over the ducks and seal the bag, turning once to coat both side.
Place wild duck into the refrigerator and marinate for several hours or overnight.
Remove ducks from marinate.
Place ducks onto a rack on roasting pan.
Lay 2 strips of bacon across each duck.

Recipe Note: Roast wild ducks uncovered for 15 minutes at 500°. Reduce heat to 300° and bake 30 minutes per pound.

Recipe Serves: about 4

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