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How do you cook duck - now it's getting hot

In principle, the question "How do you cook duck?" completely wrong, because a cooked duck does not taste good at all. It is much tastier if you roast or bake the duck. And that is exactly what you are doing now.

So that your, perhaps your first, attempt at cooking with a duck goes well and you don't mess up the whole stove, use a roasting tube for the sake of simplicity. These are available in different sizes, so choose one that the animal fits into. Before things get serious, preheat your oven to 180 degrees and off you go:

  • Put your duck in the roasting tube. It doesn't matter which part you put in first.
  • Pour in the marinade and close the roasting bag well with the enclosed clip closure. How to do it exactly is on the instructions on the bag.
  • Shake the roasting tube a few times so that the marinade is well distributed; if the result is not satisfactory, give a little massage.
  • Now place the roasting bag on a baking sheet and make sure that the rear view of the duck is facing up. Put the tray in the oven.

Now you have three hours to do other things, like writing articles on Pagewizz, posting a comment here, or letting your friends know that you now have an answer to how to cook duck.

Anyway, don't forget to take the duck off the stove after 3 hours. Before opening the roasting tube, first pierce a few holes so that the extremely hot steam can escape and you don't get scalded when opening it. If you like, you can tie off the gravy a little, for the sake of simplicity with a sauce thickener and serve it as a sauce with your delicious duck.