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Duck Magret Prosciutto - Dried, Uncured

Duck Magret Prosciutto

from United States by Smoking Goose
4.5 out of 5 stars rating (4.50)   # of Ratings: 2   Log in to rate this item.
1 piece - 8 oz chilled $55.91 $27.96
15 pieces - 8 oz ea chilled $50.33 $377.48

Duck Magret Prosciutto

Made by artisanal meatery Smoking Goose, this take on the classic Italian prosciutto is rich and flavorful. To create their duck prosciutto, they start with premium duck magret. The magret specifically refers to the duck breast of ducks reared for foie gras (their livers), and Smoking Goose uses premium Moulard ducks, a large and hearty bird with a broad breast layered with a nice layer of succulent fat.

The breasts are seasoned with sea salt, star anise, all spice and orange peel, and then dry-cured – hung to dry until the flavors become rich and complex, and the texture firm, dry, but still silky.

Slice super thinly on the diagonal, and serve as part of a charcuterie platter along with some cheeses, nuts and fruits. For cooking, this is fantastic used just like regular prosciutto, so wrap it around asparagus or meats, then take to the grill. Chop it up and it to salads for a salty-fat twist or drape it over some sweet melon for a twist on the Italian ‘prosciutto e melone’.

Ingredients: Duck breast, spices (sea salt, cane sugar, white pepper, star anise, allspice, dried orange peel), vegetable powder (celery juice, sea salt)
Availability: Usually ships within 1 business days. Product is perishable and must ship via Overnight service.

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1. Nicholas on 4/27/2021, said: 4 out of 5 stars rating
My only gripe is they were like jerky more than prosciutto. While they could be just a bit more tender, the flavor is amazing.
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2. Anthony on 12/29/2020, said: 5 out of 5 stars rating
Great substitute for the pork version.
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Product Questions And Answers

Q: Can the Duck Magret Prosciutto be eaten raw? Is it like a jerky when eaten raw?
A: Yes, this duck prosciutto has been dry-cured and is intended to be consumed as is. Unlike chicken, some duck parts can be consumed semi-raw.

*Product Pricing and Weight Specifications

This product is priced by the lb. shipped, and you will be charged based on the actual weight of the item shipped, by the price per lb for the product. The total price your shopping cart shows is an estimated charge. You will not be charged until the product ships, based on the weight that is shipped. The chart below shows estimated weight ranges and actual prices per lb. for this item.

4615901 1 piece - 8 oz 0.40 lbs. - 0.60 lbs. $55.91
4615902 15 pieces - 8 oz ea 7.00 lbs. - 8.00 lbs. $50.33


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