Enjoy the flavor of duck combined with the woody aroma of the smoking process
If you're ready to fire up the smoker for a taste of duck, this recipe incorporates a dry rub and a sweet-n-sour basting sauce. You'll only need the smoker for half an hour or so at 225 degrees, so think about throwing on a few other goodies such as hen or turkey for freezing.
Smoked Duck Breast for Four
Four duck breasts
The following are
added after glaze has cooked and cooled:
-Wash and dry duck
breasts. Place in plastic bag and add dry rub, mixing thoroughly. Leave
in bag overnight or at least 5 hours.
2005-2006 C.K. Kennedy
Pittsburg, TX 75686
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