Duck Stir-fry should already be a staple on any supper table. Packed full of flavour but with what feels like no effort, this easy dinner recipe will definitely be one that you come back to time and time again.
Using duck in this recipe as a twist on the classic beef or chicken stir-fry gives the dish a slightly more tender, adult feel. For a more carb-filled dish, you can add any type of egg noodles but it's just as delicious by itself. For even more of a treat, pair with a glass of fizz to really help the flavours to come alive!
250g Properly Free Range Duck Stir Fry
Handful of sweetcorn
2 quartered pak choi
1 shallot, chopped
Handful of wild mushrooms
2 garlic cloves, chopped
Half bunch parsley
Small splash of madeira
2 tbsp crème fraiche
Pinch of cayenne
In a hot, heavy based saucepan, add a small knob of butter followed by the shallot, garlic and thyme. Stir and leave to gently soften for approximately 5 minutes.
Once the veg mix has softened, turn the heat up under the pan. Add to the pan the duck, wild shrooms, pak choi and sweetcorn. Fry for another five minutes.
Keeping the heat up under the pan, add the madeira and completely reduce. Add the crème fraiche to the pan and stir all together.
Finish with the pinch of cayenne and flat leaf parsley, season to taste with a little pinch of salt and pepper and serve.