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#6998784 - 12/16/17 11:37 AM Pintail teriyaki steak
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Cast iron skillet, lightly coated canola, I use spray can.



Pintail aged 12 days..



The canola oil should just starting to smoke, then breast skin down....should sizzle gooood... smile ani



After 2 minutes or so, give it a swirl with a wood spoon, let that skin hit the whole skillet area that is really hot, it will sizzle even more and start popping all that duck fat! Try and render down that fat, caramelize that skin, and it will create more duck oil/fat to the skillet, which has tons of flavor...



Add veggies, caramelize more...



Then when it is almost done, add this stuff...



This step does not take long at all, you want to caramelize again with teriyaki, turn heat down or that teriyaki will burn. Now you don't need that much, here I used too much I think, but when I poured it all over brown rice it tunred out about right. But swirl with wood spoon some more, then pour over brown rice, or no rice and less of the teriyaki. up





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#6998800 - 12/16/17 11:55 AM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Guy]
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Looks awesome! I've been brining for a few years but would love to try dry aging. I need a second fridge before I attempt it.

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#6998869 - 12/16/17 01:26 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Guy]
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Looks great Guy.

Where do you find your recipes?
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#6998976 - 12/16/17 04:10 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Hopedale]
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I'm thinking that might be good. Send a box over and let me test it. Never ate any duck I liked back in my younger years but I'd eat that.
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#6999052 - 12/16/17 05:37 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Hopedale]
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Originally Posted By: Hopedale
Where do you find your recipes?

No where really. I tell you tho I'm real picky about teriyaki sauce, that is the only kind I like. I do stir fry like that with pork and chicken, first time I tried that with duck tho. Think I'm gonna do some smoked duck tonight.

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#6999141 - 12/16/17 07:34 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Guy]
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When you say aged 12days is that the meat already cut from the breast?

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#6999796 - 12/17/17 12:24 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: huntwest]
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Originally Posted By: huntwest
When you say aged 12days is that the meat already cut from the breast?

Sometimes, sometimes not. Here is what I do:

Step 1) After hunt, ducks go on ice in truck and they stay on ice till I get home, which could be days.
Step 2) When I get home, ducks go right to garage "man" fridge, breast up. Or from ice chest strait to step 3.

Step 3) Pluck breast unless really shot up, then just pull skin off. Get all blood clots out, even if you have to tear apart breast or cut into cubes. Make sure no feathers, and rinses meat with water really good.
Step 4) Soak in water 24 hours, I do not mess with brine. (top right in pic above)
Step 5) Drain water, maybe rinse again, then get rid of all excess water, paper towel helps.. Pepper up in tuppawarewith, top on tight or loosely on to breath and age (pic above top left).. Every day, give the meat a flip or stir, it creates its own marinade, pour off excess though.



The whole process is 1 to 2 weeks, my preference is to get to step 4/5 as soon as possible, but I do not think it matters. And you can freeze anytime, I mark "Date shot" and "Date Froze" so I know how long they where aged before they were frozen.



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#7000153 - 12/17/17 07:34 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Guy]
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Tag for later! Looks amazing.

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#7000990 - 12/18/17 12:15 PM Re: Pintail teriyaki steak [Re: Guy]
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Looks awesome.
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