This classic French roasted duck a l'orange recipe makes for a spectacular holiday dinner, the orange sauce or bigarade sauce is made with orange juice, white wine and Grand Marnier, scrumptious and not overly sweet, perfect for a party of 4, replace the whole duck by duck breasts a l'orange if you are entertaining a larger crowd! Enjoy with a good red Bordeaux Wine or Cabernet!
Roast duck breasts with mushroom sauce, a recipe for entertaining! It can be pre-cooked the previous day and finished off on D-day and it consists in two skinless duck breasts wrapped together in bacon and served with a mix of chanterelle and oyster mushrooms in a creamy Cognac sauce, super tender, flavorful and delicious! You can make as many duck roasts as you need, also great for bbq backyard parties!
This recipe serves two to three people depending on the weight of your duck breasts, the duck roast is pan roasted, make as many roasts as needed. You can prepare the duck roasts a day ahead and roast them on D-day.
This very easy pork Wellington with Port wine sauce recipe is delicious and so flavorful! Perfect for entertaining, you can assemble it on the previous day, then you'll only need to bake it 25 minutes on d-day! You can make this recipe with turkey breast, beef or venison instead. Pork tenderloin on a layer of chopped mushrooms, wrapped in puff pastry dough!
Duck breast whisky and orange sauce, a delicious dish to make for a party!
In this recipe, duck breasts are pan seared first skin side down for a few minutes, then skin side up, gather the oil released from the skin as you go because there will be a lot, just leave a little bit oil to sear the flesh side of breasts.