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Dinner tonight Help- duck, hasselback potatoes and....?

fresh herb marinated duck breasts that I will do on the grill or cast iron pan, hasselback potatoes that I'll either do on the grill under the duck (i.e.. duck fat on taters), and purée of something...but what?

asked by Karsten Robbins over 2 years ago

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Alexandra V. Jones
added over 2 years ago

I found some beautiful red chard yesterday.....tis the season! It would be lovely with duck. Maybe just blanch it and then stir fry with a bit of olive oil and garlic or even a drizzle of oyster sauce.

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Karsten Robbins
added over 2 years ago

good idea. Nice and green. Thx

HalfPint
HalfPint

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added over 2 years ago

puree of celeriac?

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Karsten Robbins
added over 2 years ago

was thinking of celeriac and it is a flavor we don't see too much in the US. But then, the plate has two pale ingredients :-) It's all about the visuals. Then again, the red wine sauce would take care of that

HalfPint
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added over 2 years ago

If you want some color, maybe a carrot & parsnip puree.

amysarah
amysarah

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added over 2 years ago

With the rich duck and duck fat spuds, I think I'd tend to do a simple green salad (or arugula or watercress...) in a sharp, mustardy vinaigrette. Good counterpoint and will cut the richness. I know that's not a puree, just a thought.

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Niknud
Niknud

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added over 2 years ago

I agree with amysarah. Since duck and potatoes are rich and carb-y, I'd go for something acidic - caesar salad or a quick pickled something or other. If you're committed to puree, maybe beets with balsamic vinegar reduction and mint?

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Karsten Robbins
added over 2 years ago

thx Amysarah and Niknud. Good points on the richness.

Bevi
added over 2 years ago

Homemade applesauce, which my grandparents always served with duck in their Czech-Germanic kitchen.

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