J Simpkins cooks up another delicious meal for the discerning palate. It’s another treat you don’t want to miss.
These tender duck breasts were perfectly slow-seared in light oil, and rosemary. They were initially marinated in a nice Pinot Gris 1/3 bottle. But as the succulent meat cooks, you can draw away the au jus, and re-apply it to the breasts over and over, to where the juices are just oozing out, and the au jus bears all the characteristics of the the Pinot Gris marinade. I enjoyed a glass during the preparation so this left 1/3 bottle, which I’ll use for later.
After I finish pan-searing the breasts, I brushed them heavily with my signature Sweetened Balsamic Sauce (another signature creation). The side dish of asparagus was steeped and topped with a creamy white wine sauce that I made with the remaining wine. And for the final touch, nothing is better than freshly shaved Parmesan cheese on the top, all sitting atop bed of fusilli pasta.
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