Pan Fry Amaretto duck

Amaretto DuckAmaretto Duck

  • 4 duck breasts, fillets
  • 2 ounces Amaretto liqueur
  • milk
  • flour
  • cooking oil
  • salt and pepper

Fillet breast meat from skinned ducks (mallard or teal). Thick breast fillets should be split to three fourths inch thickness. Rinse with cold water. Soak for one to two hours in milk and Amaretto. Let drip dry. Flour in paper bag with salt and pepper to taste. Pan fry in cooking oil, just enough to keep from sticking. Turn once. Do not overcook Serve hot. This is a simple recipe that is sure to satisfy your taste buds and bring out the rich flavor in the duck without added spices. Feel free to try different herbs in the oil to bring out different flavors in the  Amaretto Duck Recipe. 

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