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CP Aromatic Crispy Duck 1kg with 24 Pancakes for £6.79 @ Costco
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CP Aromatic Crispy Duck 1kg with 24 Pancakes for £6.79 @ Costco

£6.79£8.7923%Costco Deals
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Posted 31st MayEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Available at your local warehouse from tomorrow 01/06.

1kg Aromatic Crispy Duck - £6.79 no VAT (Typically £8.79)

A whole boneless crispy aromatic duck with 24 pancakes and hoisin sauce

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Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get enough!
Good price pretty easy to emulate with a standard duck though if you've not got a Costco card. Put oven on 220deg, Pat duck dry with kitchen roll, smear skin with a little oil and rub some 5 spice and salt & pepper over duck until entire body is lightly coated, stick a couple bashed garlic cloves and a small bulb of ginger up the jacksie and roast hot for 10 - 20 mins but take care not to let the five spice burn. Turn down heat to 120degC and roast for 5ish hours. Before taking out, wack the heat back up and baste with the oil to crisp up. Job done. Don't bother making your own pancakes though, its a right faff.
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Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get enough!
Talk to me.. these any good??
adzzzz31/05/2020 13:17

[Image] Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get …[Image] Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get enough!


Chinese Supermarkets - Hoo Hing or See Woo are a good starting point...
coolcolin31/05/2020 14:15

Talk to me.. these any good??


Yes they're excellent value and also boneless unlike the crispy duck you can buy from the likes of Lidl & Aldi that have the bones in that make up the weight.
We find the Costco crispy duck will easily feed a family of 5 as a starter or even a main meal for 4 people.
adzzzz31/05/2020 13:17

[Image] Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get …[Image] Anyone know where you can get extra pancakes? You never ever get enough!


Our local Sainsburys sell them, kept in the fridge next to the peaking duck. Also our Waitrose and large Tesco.
These are amazing. Family favourite. And we always have enough pancakes and sauce unlike the other ones you get at supermarkets.
Amazing price for a whole duck
Good price pretty easy to emulate with a standard duck though if you've not got a Costco card. Put oven on 220deg, Pat duck dry with kitchen roll, smear skin with a little oil and rub some 5 spice and salt & pepper over duck until entire body is lightly coated, stick a couple bashed garlic cloves and a small bulb of ginger up the jacksie and roast hot for 10 - 20 mins but take care not to let the five spice burn. Turn down heat to 120degC and roast for 5ish hours. Before taking out, wack the heat back up and baste with the oil to crisp up. Job done. Don't bother making your own pancakes though, its a right faff.
Once you can actually get into the store...
Duke_Juanito31/05/2020 16:23

Once you can actually get into the store...


Hasn't been more than 5 mins for me on the last 4 visits; it's a matter of choosing the time correctly. I waited at Tesco on Saturday for 20 mins before opening and got in after 1h. Just wish that Costco had the essentials.
robj7331/05/2020 14:59

Good price pretty easy to emulate with a standard duck though if you've …Good price pretty easy to emulate with a standard duck though if you've not got a Costco card. Put oven on 220deg, Pat duck dry with kitchen roll, smear skin with a little oil and rub some 5 spice and salt & pepper over duck until entire body is lightly coated, stick a couple bashed garlic cloves and a small bulb of ginger up the jacksie and roast hot for 10 - 20 mins but take care not to let the five spice burn. Turn down heat to 120degC and roast for 5ish hours. Before taking out, wack the heat back up and baste with the oil to crisp up. Job done. Don't bother making your own pancakes though, its a right faff.


The whole thing sounds like a right Faff!
Not to mention the price of all of that too. Pancakes and sauce and a whole duck?
And having the oven on for 5+hours. And finally...debone.

Nope. No way. Doesn’t sound easy to emulate at all.
This is a very good price considering an uncooked duck can set you back £6.79 easy!
Yeah this a family favourite and a lot better than the supermarket ones. We get one a week almost.
cheapmommy31/05/2020 22:17

The whole thing sounds like a right Faff! Not to mention the price of all …The whole thing sounds like a right Faff! Not to mention the price of all of that too. Pancakes and sauce and a whole duck? And having the oven on for 5+hours. And finally...debone. Nope. No way. Doesn’t sound easy to emulate at all.


Easier way is to switch out the whole duck for duck breasts, whack all the ingredients in a saucepan with water just covering the duck, cook it for an hour turning it halfway, then shred and eat. Not quite as crispy but definitely as tasty and much quicker to do
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