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Emeril Recipe: Wok Seared Duck Salad

Photo Credit: Emeril’s Sizzling Skillets

I was recently chosen to be one of 20 bloggers to taste and test recipes from Emeril’s Sizzling Skillets Cookbook.  As part of the cooking party, we were given 3 complete recipes that we can share with our reader’s, then the other 6 recipes that we choose we are reviewing; however unable to share the full recipe.  Do not fret though because later on during the party, I will be giving you a chance to win a FREE copy of Emeril’s Sizzling Skillets.

This week, I am going to focus on showing you a few of the sample recipes we were given.  The one thing I really love about this cookbook is how each chapter is divided.  It is divided by which particular pot or pan you will need to make that “one pot wonder”.  For instance, there are sections for woks, slow cookers, and dutch ovens.  I will likely be focusing on slow cooker recipes; however, this one utilizes a wok.


I will admit when I see the ingredient list or the title of this recipe, I’m immediately overwhelmed.  That is why I love being apart of this cooking party, it’s a challenge for me to get out of my cooking comfort zone and try dishes I would not normally try.

Once I read more over his ingredient list for this recipe as well as many others in the book, the bulk of the ingredients use spices and seasonings that you will likely already have.  There are really just a few items you would possibly need to by.

Find out more on Emeril on his website or on facebook.

Have you cooked any Emeril recipes?  What’s your favorite?

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3 Responses to “Emeril Recipe: Wok Seared Duck Salad”

  1. diabeticFoodieposted September 13, 2011 at 9:41 am

    Good job of venturing out of your comfort zone! I really want to try this with duck, but can’t find it in my grocery store. Guess I’ll have to use chicken or pork.


    • Kristyreplied September 13th, 2011 at 11:51 am

      It may work will with cornish hens too, that’s what I was thinking when I was going over this recipe. I think the duck is probably available at local meat markets.

  2. Heather | Farmgirl Gourmetposted September 14, 2011 at 11:48 am

    Welcome to the party Kristy!! :)


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