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Browsing through my favourite magazine (Bon Appetit of course!) I came across this simple and delicious looking recipe for Citrus Marinated Chicken. Taking some chicken out of the fridge, I went about assembling the marinade when it took a bit of a left turn! Cutting into what I thought was an orange, but was actually a small, very orange-esque grapefruit, I had to make a little change of plans! Undeterred, I went with it, using grapefruit as my main citrus and making a few changes here and there to the recipe.
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In the end, it all worked out and I had myself some tasty chicken. It had some great teriyaki flavour with hints of citrus and a really nice caramelization from the sugars in the marinade. Served with some rice and fresh veggies, it made an easy and delicious meal!
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Posted in Barbecue, Chicken, Dinner, Duck, Grilled
Tagged asian, Barbecue, bon appetit, Chicken, citrus, citrus marinated chicken, drumsticks, grapefruit, marinade, recipe, soy, soya sauce, summer, Teriyaki
Guilty confession: I made this recipe two years ago…blog posts don’t get better with age, so don’t ask me why I haven’t posted it until now! I had all of the pictures edited and everything, all I needed to do was type up the recipe and hit publish! But that’s all in the past now, so let’s just enjoy some duck curry!
This recipe initially piqued my interest because of the main ingredient: duck. When cooked properly, duck is delicious, and thanks to my uncle who is a hunting guide, my family has a constant supply of free duck! This curry was very flavourful and had just the right amount of heat!
Posted in Dinner, Duck, soup
Tagged aubergine, coconut milk, curry, dinner, duck, duck breast, eggplant, recipe, spicy, wok
As many dedicated BS’ers know, I work with a lot of passionate foodies. This recipe came from one of those foodies and I promise it doesn’t disappoint. It’s also relatively easy to make and can be used to brine almost any type of poultry from duck, chicken, turkey, etc. Brining slowly cooks the meat, allowing the enzymes in the meat to be broken down by the salt; resulting in a vary savoury, moist dish. I matched this dish with an excellent blue cheese gravy. The gravy itself it to die for – packed full of goodness! But let’s get crackin’ to the recipe:
Posted in Duck, Healthy, International Food, Just for Fun
Tagged berry, brine, Chicken, duck, mallard, moist, poultry, saskatoon, savoury, tasty, turkey, yum
This blue cheese gravy was paired with my Saskatoon Berry brined duck, but would be great with just about any meat. There are two versions of this recipe (one very hard, one very easy), so just take note of the modifications. But let’s just get to this delicious gravy.