This recipe is so simple, and yet so yummy! Duck wings are more flavorful than chicken or turkey wings, but won't break the bank. Roasting them on top of the potatoes allows the duck fat to baste the potatoes while they roast. Easy-Breezy!
- 1 lb KOL Foods pastured, organic Duck Wings per person, sectioned
- 1/2 lb Potatoes per person, peeled and cut into roasting-size pieces (you can parboil them if you want so the roasting goes quicker)
Marinade Ingredients per 1 lb of wings:
(all these ingredients are optional: use as you like, substitute to your own taste - just make sure there is a bit of acid, like orange juice or vinegar, in the mix.)
- 3/4 c Orange Juice
- 1/4 c Rice Vinegar
- 2 teaspoons Soy Sauce (a very little bit)
- Sesame oil (a drop)
- Ground Black Pepper to taste
- 1 Star anise, crushed
- Water to cover wings
Marinade the duck wings for at least an hour (overnight is also fine). Shake the marinade off the wings.
Preheat the oven to 325 F.
Enjoy your duck wings with a nice glass of beer; an amber or brown ale, or a Belgian double will help the duck (and your smile) shine.