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From Citrus County Locally Grown
<p>This recipe uses a Cayuga duck, which is a heritage duck. Preparation is easy, cooking time is longer at a lower temperature, which ensures a succulent, tender, flavorful meat. Pared with roast potatoes and peas or your favorite veggies. A meal to remember. (I do!!!)<br /> Enjoy.</p>Source: Jennifer Piava (Entered by Michael Wilmshurst)
Serves: 2 Ample Servings
1 ea Cayuga Duck
1 ea Apple
1 ea Onion
4 Strips Smoked Bacon
1 piece Aluminum Foil
Step by Step Instructions
- Thaw the Duck in the refrigerator, if frozen, bring to room temperature just prior to cooking. Preheat the oven to 320°F (160°C)
- Remove Liver etc from the body cavity and reserve for gravy.
- Peel the apple and Onion, and quarter. Then place the quarters inside the duck.
- Cover the breast with the bacon.
- Tightly wrap the duck with aluminum foil place on a baking sheet and roast for 3 1/2 hours.
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