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One of my favorite “fancy” dinner at home meals that my
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our duck meals for a date night dinner once she is asleep. This recipe
looks impressive but is actually quite simple and only requires 3 ingredients!
Crispy seasoned skin, juicy sumptuous duck, and sweet fig jam with a hint of spice make this a meal you won’t soon forget!
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Roasted Fig Glazed Roasted Duck
Makes 4 servings
- Makes 4 servings
- 4 large skin on duck legs I like Maple Leaf Farms
- 1 tbsp seasoning of your choice I use a Kentucky Flavor seasoning
- 4 tbsp Orchard Choice California Fig Spread in Balsamic Pepper
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Sprinkle duck with seasoning and place in a large baking dish.
- Bake for one and a half hours until the meat is juicy and the skin is crisp.
- Remove duck from oven and let cool slightly.
- Scoop fig spread into a bowl and heat in the microwave for 10 seconds.
- Spoon 1 tbsp fig spread onto top of each duck leg, smoothing to cover.
- Serve warm and enjoy!
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Place skin on duck legs in a 9X13 baking dish.
Sprinkle with seasoning of your choice.
This sweet and spicy Kentucky seasoning is our favorite spice mix right now!
I love California fig spread in any flavor but this Balsamic
Pepper Spread is both sweet, savory, and has a hint of pepper.
It is delicious melted on top of the crispy duck legs!
Bake at 350 degrees for one and a half hours until the meat is juicy and the skin is crisp.
Scoop fig spread into a bowl and heat in the microwave for 10 seconds.
Spoon 1 tbsp fig spread onto top of each duck leg, smoothing to cover.
I like to serve my duck with creamed cauliflower or kale
and a fresh summer vegetable or salad.
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I would try to make some BBQ sauce
I want to try your recipe!
I would like to try it on roasted chicken.
would love it on chicken
The duck looks fantastic, but I would love to try this out on chicken. I'm sure it would be delicious!
I have never tried duck before, but would love to try this on chicken breasts.
I serve fig jam with warm brie and also with some smoky hard cheese (like gouda) and crackers. It is always a big hit!
I would make fig muffins,;)
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I would use it for baking! Maybe for muffins!
I would marinate chicken
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I think this would work well with pork. I could see using it either inside cooking but also on the grill. This would be a terrific base for grilling.
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I think this would be amazing with a pork tenderloin. AH-Maz-ING
I would use it on ribs.
I would try to make some fruit bars.
I would make some fig filled cinnamon rolls
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