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Asian Tea Glazed Duck Breast

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Duck Breast with Asian Tea RubThis Asian Tea Glazed Duck Breast is the perfect dish to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The glaze is seasoned with our Asian Tea Rub, combining bold, pine-smoked lapsang souchong, tea with hints of cinnamon, pepper, ginger, orange and brown sugar. The glaze is easy to put together and the sweet and smoky flavors are balanced with a bit of sour from tamarind paste. We served the duck on a bed of leek and celery root puree alongside crunchy fennel slaw. Asian Tea Duck Macro

We were lucky enough to have a duck cooking coach on hand, thanks Scott! The result was a perfectly cooked breast with a thin and even layer of crispy fat on the outside. Follow the cooking instructions closely and you will enjoy the results. This meal will set the tone for a spectacular 2020. Happy New Year!


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