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Ducks Breast Wine Pears

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A delicious Xmas dish; tasty and different.

A delicious Xmas dish; tasty and different.

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  • 1. DUCK BREAST WITH RED WINE PEARS http://recipespicbypic.blogspot.com
  • 2. DUCK BREAST WITH RED WINE PEARS
    • Ingredients for 4 servings: 4 pears (not ripe), one cinnamon stick, one orange peel, 1 red wine liter (a rioja is a good selection), 1 duck’s breast, salt and black peper, some olive oil.
    • Put the peeled pears, the stick of cinnamon and the orange peel in a pot. Pour the red wine and place it on the heat. Have it at low heat for one hour (very soft boiling).
  • 3. DUCK BREAST WITH RED WINE PEARS
    • Once it’s done, turn heat of but keep warm.
    • Have the breasts ready with salt and black pepper.
  • 4. DUCK BREAST WITH RED WINE PEARS
    • Place on a hot saucepan with a bit of olive oil. The skin of the breast should be first in contact with the heat. Let it cook at high heat until the skin gets golden and brown and the grease disolves.
    • Now turn and cook the other side. Not much, we want the inner part to be pinky.
  • 5. DUCK BREAST WITH RED WINE PEARS
    • When done, place the breasts on a wooden surface and slice the meat.
    • Prepare the plate with a pear, some red wine pears sauce and the meat with a pinch of salt on it (if it’s sea’s salt better – the thick one).
    • Really easy to cook and something different to offer for Christmas. The meat is delicious!

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