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Thursday, 18 October 2012

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MrZ

Looks tasty! MrsZ doesn't like duck, so do you think this would work well with chicken? Or pork belly?

Kirk

Hey MrZ - You could do it with Chicken Legs. Need a good ratio of skin. If you use legs, prick the skin with a fork before marinating.

kat

looks fabulous!

Kirk

Hi Kat - It turned out pretty good.

kirbie

Wow this looks amazing! I can imagine how crispy the skin is just by looking at your photos.

HungryHuy

Kirk, that skin looks great. Don't knock temperature measuring though, I do it ;). I was reading your duck breast post from 2011 and saw a comment about "the Missus taking a nap while you cooked." I feel ya there!

Kirk

Hi Kirbie - That skin did turn out crisp.

Hi Huy - I usually use a thermometer when doing deep drying, but it's not real accurate when you only have an inch and a hlaf of oil in a pan....I rather do the "eye ball" test.

Brook

Captivated by the photo. This looks terrific.

Kirk

Hi Brook - It was pretty easy too. Thanks for taking the time out to comment.

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