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#6048086 - 11/24/15 05:11 PM finding a duck gumbo reciepe
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Last yr kdub a guy on here posted a really good duck gumbo recipe. I tried to search it as well as Google it, but got crazy results, anyone know how to find it? Or can repost the reciepe, I'd like to make it again.

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#6048128 - 11/24/15 05:39 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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Think this is the one you are looking for. Was linked in a Gumbo thread from last year. Kdub recipe is on the first page on the post from 2011

Originally Posted By: kdub
Here it is. Bring on the scotch, me and Moose are gonna share it. cheers

Ingredients:

6 ducks (non-trash)
Zatarain's crab boil
1 pound of sausage
2 pound of shrimp
3 medium onions
2 bell peppers (one red, one green)
1/2 jar of minced garlic
1 can of corn
2 bags of frozen okra
1 can of stewed tomatoes
2 cans of extra hot rotel
butter
salt
cayenne pepper
1 cup vegetable oil
1 cup flour

Step 1: Boil the ducks breasts (plucked, skin on) for 2-3 hours in water with crab boil. The crab boil completely takes the gamey flavor out. When they are done, the meat will fall off the breast bone.

Step 2: Put 1/4 stick of butter in your big stock pot. Add chopped onions, bell pepper, and garlic. Let this simmer and soften the vegetables for about an hour. Once they are soft, add corn, ro-tel, and stewed tomatoes. I usually pour a beer or two in there, as well.

Step 3: In a skillet, add 1 cup oil and 1 cup flour. Make the damn roux. It's finished when it looks like dark chocolate.

Step 4: After the roux has cooled, add it to the large stockpot with all your vegetables.

Step 5: Cut the sausage up in pieces and brown it. Then add it to the large stockpot. Go ahead and add your ducks at this time, as well. Also, add 2 cups of your duck stock to the mix.

Step 6: Now you have everything in the stock pot except shrimp and okra. If you put the shrimp and okra in too soon, the shrimp will shrink and the okra will get gooey.

Step 7: Let all the flavors cook together for a few hours while you tie one on. Add water to the stockpot with salt and cayenne to taste.

Step 8: An hour before you are ready to eat, add the shrimp and okra.

Enjoy.



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#6048209 - 11/24/15 06:29 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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Make sure you cook the okra in a pan until the slime is gone before adding to your gumbo. Set you flame to low and cook for about 30 minutes.

Or see if the frozen okra has already been deslimed.
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#6048312 - 11/24/15 07:18 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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That's it! Thank you!!

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#6048377 - 11/24/15 07:40 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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Sounds great. Number 7 is critical to the success of the dish I am sure !!
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#6048438 - 11/24/15 07:59 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
ZachW Offline
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Registered: 10/11/13
Posts: 183
Loc: Texas, TX
up dang, that looks awesome

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#6048508 - 11/24/15 08:22 PM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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It's restaurant quality if done right, it takes along time to make, but Def worth it. Add alot of Tonys or slap your mama. Is what I can remember and go easy on the beer additive. That's a great reciepe

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#6049481 - 11/25/15 11:10 AM Re: finding a duck gumbo reciepe [Re: pervis]
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The only thing missing IMO is the File
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