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½ Price Luv-a-Duck Confit Duck Legs 500g $7 @ Woolworths

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A traditional French favourite, Luv-a-Duck’s Confit Duck Legs have been poached long and slow in its own juices. Simply heat and serve.NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS OR FLAVOURS GLUTEN FREE

Oven (for best results)

Pre-heat oven to 190°C.
Remove duck from pack and place skin side up on a lined baking tray or dish.
Bake in the oven for 15 mins*.
Allow to rest for 5 mins before serving.
For crispier skin, follow grill instructions
GRILL

Pre-heat grill on a high heat. Place duck on a lined baking tray and grill for 8-10 mins* until skin is golden brown. Turn over and further grill for 4-5 mins.

MICROWAVE

  1. Remove outer label (do not peel off or puncture the plastic firm) and microwave on HIGH for 3½ mins.*

  2. Remove the tray from the microwave and allow to rest for 1 min. Peel off film and serve.

*Cooking times may vary and are only a guide. Heating times are based on a 1000W microwave.

Air Fryer

Yet to try…

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  • +4 votes

    Why would you microwave this???

    • +1 vote

      People's differing level of effort. Personally I oven them though :)

      • +3 votes

        Maybe they spend all their effort wrestling with the "easy open" packaging.

  • +2 votes

    Yum. I ordered four times the amount that we got last half price promotion - hopefully your local stores have done the same.

  • +9 votes

    I've cooked this in my Air Fryer, from memory …16min at 180°C
    Came out great.

    • +4 votes

      I can say same results for mine. Also, scrape off the block of fat and save for cooking potatoes.

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        air fryer for me too!!! skin so crispy!! perfecto

  • +1 vote

    Any recommendations for sauce and sides with this?

    • +7 votes

      You get a lot of fat and jellied juices in the package so I usually scoop out the fat and roast potatoes in the duck fat and you can use the jellied stock to make a gravy as well

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      I use the duck fat to roast some veges while the duck cooks in oven. I use the jellied juices and a small amount of the fat to cook up some thinly sliced cabbage in a fry pan. Such an easy and delicious meal.

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      I use the Confit Duck Leg with Winter Bean Stew recipe but only use a single can of cannellini beans:

      http://www.luvaduck.com.au/recipes/view/confit-duck-leg-with...

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    i had enough! Woolworths Hobart does not stock this item!

    • +2 votes

      That's your punishment for moving to a country with affordable housing ;P

      • +1 vote

        i guess he is overseas

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    I Absolutely love these just grabbed six packs from my local Woolworths

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    Good for freezer?

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      Yes. But you'll find that they have a good extended life in the fridge in any case. Check the use by date!

    • +2 votes

      Yes, I always kept them in the freezer. I bought 20 when they were half price in November. There is still 6 packs in the freezer.

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        Whereabouts do you live 🙄

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          In Australia.

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    Do Chinese NY eat ducks?

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      Peking duck good enough for you?

    • +2 votes

      How can a cultural celebration eat duck?

  • +1 vote

    What is good to eat with this - any recommendations?

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      Try boiling them with chopped carrots and broccoli in teriyaki sauce.

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    "Plucka Duck, Plucka Duck,
    He's not a chicken or a cow,
    Plucka Duck, that's him right now!"

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    Is it really duck-licious?

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    Fan grill > normal oven bake.

    Normal oven bake doesn't doesn't colour let alone crisp the skin.

    Millard reaction FTW.

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      Mallard reaction ;)

      • +2 votes

        Lol..

        Actually both wrong.

        It's maillard reaction.

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    I didn't quite luv this when I last got it, but much better price

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    Don't think I could eat Duck :(

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      You should give it a shot. It's a much richer taste than either chicken or turkey and you can even prepare it medium rare.

    • +1 vote

      I know what you mean. There are a family of very friendly ducks that come and visit where I am living now. They come right down the drive and hang out in the backyard. Felt pretty bad when I had my Luv-a-duck dinner the other day which unfortunately was 100% delicious.

  • +1 vote

    Bought, thanks!

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    are these better stored in the fridge or freezer (assuming one is stocking up). do they not dry out when you air fry them?

    • +1 vote

      See above. Long use-by dates - but they'll happily sit in the freezer. A pretty safe dish to store either way.

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    In Victoria I was limited to only 2 packages so had to return the other 6 I had got. I'll pop back tomorrow to get two more now that I have tried it. Shelf life in the FRIDGE was July 2021 so I would not bother freezing it.

    Using the oven method.
    1. Preheat oven to 190c
    2. Add in a halved potato into a foil tray (should of added more). Score the potato if it is a large one to allow faster cooking. Rub some oil and salt into it. Let it cook for 10 mins on its own
    3. Add in the duck, skin up, with all the fat and gravy. Mix the duck fat in with the potatoes
    4. Cook for a further 15 minutes
    5. Take out potatoes and duck, pour out the fat/gravy into a separate dish
    6. Enjoy the duck, occasionally dip your duck and potatoes in the duck fat/gravy
    7. Save leftover duck fat/gravy for more potatoes or add as a soup stock with some Ramen noodles (but I'd probably remove a lot of the fat or the ramen soup would taste too oily

    The duck was really yummy and moist. I missed the crispiness though so I will try the grill method later this week.

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    UGH they're cooked??
    Just noticed the picture, but it's too late to change my order (of 10… sigh). Ah well.