Maple glazed Duck Leg Confit Salted Almonds and Plum Soy Coulee

Chef: Tom Roberts

Location: Sweeney Hall, Oswestry


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Closing date 31 Deember

For the confit...

2 duck legs

200ml duck fat

200ml Bennet and dune rapeseed oil

2 cloves of garlic crushed

Small bunch of thyme

Small bunch of sage

2 shallots peeled and sliced

Salt and pepper

Place the duck legs flat in a casserole dish, then add the salt and pepper to the legs. Next add all the other ingredients, cover with foil and bake in the oven for around 2 hours at 200c or until meat is falling off the bone.


For the Salted Almonds

Whilst the duck is cooking toast 1 oz of flaked almonds with a sprinkle of salt and a light glaze of butter .


For the plum soy..

Add 8oz of granulated sugar to 100ml of soy sauce, 50ml of water and 4 chopped plums, when sugar is dissolved blend the mix together and that's your coulee done.


When duck is cooked place ducks on a wire rack to drain for a couple Minuets and then coat the skin with maple syrup and grill until crispy,

Put a couple of spoonfuls of coulee on the plate a few mixed leaves and then the duck legs, sprinkle with the salted almonds and enjoy

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