Duck Breast Recipe
There are many easy dinner ideas out there, and this Duck Breast Recipe definitely makes the cut. Not only is it simple to make, but it covers a lot of other bases. Mouthwatering? Check. Out of the familiar path of chicken and beef dinners? Check. Keto recipe? Check. And did we mention this duck recipe is simple and quick to make? Check and check.
Easy Dinner Idea
This Duck Breast Recipe calls for three ingredients and takes about 15 minutes from start to finish. It is unclear why meat as delectable as duck is in low demand in American households. Though popular in many restaurants, duck is usually only found in the freezer aisle of the grocery store. If people would read the duck recipes carefully, they would realize that most recipes of this meat undoubtedly earn their spot in the easy dinner category.
Pair this duck recipe with mashed potatoes or yellow pea puree to yield a delicious weeknight meal or a weekend dinner party dish.
How to Cook Duck?
Searing the meat before baking ensures crispy skin. To get juicy and succulent duck breast, it is important not to overcook the meat and let the duck rest before serving. If slowly cooked meat is your jam, try this Duck Confit Recipe for one of the finest and easiest French dishes.
Perfect Keto Dinner
This Juicy Duck Breast a perfect keto dinner recipe. Duck meat is a good source of protein, zinc, thiamine, monosaturated fat and vitamin B-6. Use pasture raised duck for optimal keto diet benefit. Make these amazing keto side dishes with this meal: Creamy Parmesan Green Beans and Garlicky Beetroot Salad.
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Juicy Duck Breast
- 1 Duck Breast
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 1/4 tsp Pepper
- Cast Iron Skillet
Prep & Season: Trim duck breasts from excess fat. Score the skin of the duck breast , without going all the way through to the meat, every 1/2 inch. Season both sides of the the duck breast with salt & pepper.
Preheat cast iron skillet on low to medium heat.
Sear the Duck Breast: Place duck breasts, skin side down onto the skillet and let the skin get golden in color and crispy. Turn the meat over and sear for 30 seconds on the other side.
Bake the Duck Breast: Flip back to skin side down and transfer the skillet to 400F oven, for 4-6 minutes for medium-rare, 6-8 minutes for medium.
Let Rest & Serve: Remove from the oven and let sit for 4-5 minutes, allowing the juices to redistribute throughout the meat. Cut into 4-5 slices and serve right away.
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