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Mango Duck

In this recipe Simon takes us through one of Eatzen's signature dishes, the Mango Duck. Not difficult, but very tasty

Eatzen, Town Centre, Ashbourne, Co. Meath. Tel: 01 835 2110

Ingredients:

1 Fresh duck breast (approx 200-250gm)
1 Fresh mango (large)
40 grams Mango paste (puree)
20 grams sugar
10 grams Fresh pineapple pieces
25 grams Pineapple juice
Salt
Soy sauce

Method

Marinate the duck breast with 2 teaspoons of soy sauce, a small pinch of salt and sugar. Let it rest in the fridge for approx 3 hours.

Put the mango paste (puree), 20 grams of sugar, the pineapple pieces and juice in a blender until it's all mixed thoroughly. This should take about 30 seconds.

Cut the fresh mango into rectangular pieces.

Put the duck breast in the oven at 180°C for 20 minutes.

Slice the duck breast and place mango pieces in between.

Heat up the sauce from the blender and serve on top of the prepared duck and mango.

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