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...advice on carving a duck...

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[mod] 8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
...a cooked one obviously.
I dont fancy following Delias example as she is a tit.
Can anyone else point me in the right direction please?
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[mod] 8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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1 Like #1
I thought you meant out of wood!!!

google says this:
http://www.helpwithcooking.com/cooking-poultry/carving-poultry.html
banned#2
Duck should fall apart from the bone once cooked anyway.

Its very easy to carve, but tends to come off in small pieces
#3
Delias Barmy Yarmy!!!!!!!!1
banned#4
kiwinator
Delias Barmy Yarmy!!!!!!!!1


C'mon, lets be 'avin ya!
1 Like #5
You animal!!
[mod]#6
duckmagicuk2
You animal!!


Sorry
1 Like #7
How many are you serving?
If it's just two you can just use a strong pair of scissors, and cut along the centre of the breast bone, then down the back bone, severing the duck into two halves.
Serve them as they are.
You could also quarter the duck by cutting the halves into two.. quite easy..

This makes the portions look larger than carving the meat off the bone.
If the Duck is under cooked it tends to cling to the bone.. So I advise cooking for slightly longer than recommended on the wrapper.
Try stuffing with Orange and Onion, chopped into pieces.. serve with chips and an Orange salad..Delicious...
[mod]#9
rockyfella
How many are you serving?
If it's just two you can just use a strong pair of scissors, and cut along the centre of the breast bone, then down the back bone, severing the duck into two halves.
Serve them as they are.
You could also quarter the duck by cutting the halves into two.. quite easy..

This makes the portions look larger than carving the meat off the bone.
If the Duck is under cooked it tends to cling to the bone.. So I advise cooking for slightly longer than recommended on the wrapper.
Try stuffing with Orange and Onion, chopped into pieces.. serve with chips and an Orange salad..Delicious...


I am wanting to take the meat apart in order to make seperate duck dishes.
Thank you though. I think I will divide it into two and then take it from there.
Many thanks.
banned 1 Like #10
use a knife
[mod]#11
The Almighty
use a knife


Thank goodness I read this before I took the duck out of the oven. I was just about to go grab a spoon.
#12
Actually you could use a fork.. and shred the meat off the bone, as you do with crispy duck for pancakes.
[mod]#13
rockyfella
Actually you could use a fork.. and shred the meat off the bone, as you do with crispy duck for pancakes.


Already had that one in the bag!!

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