Tower Healthy Quick Dish: Orange and Ginger Infused Duck Breast
This week we’ve been scouring the recipe archives here at Tower HQ to bring you a brand new recipe as part of our Tower Healthy Quick Dish Series. Over the next few months we’ll be sharing healthy, nutritious recipes that you can throw together in a matter of minutes, giving you plenty of mealtime inspiration for the whole family. Whether it’s a healthy swap for an old favourite, or a fresh new meal idea to spice up your dinner time, we’ve got you covered.
This week we are bringing a healthy, flavoursome Orange and Ginger infused Duck Breast dish suitable for a dinner party or all of the family!
Recommended appliances: Tower 8-in-1 Multi Cooker and Tower 28cm Forged Fry Pan
Total Time to Table: 3 hours cooking time, 15 minutes preparation time (approximately)
Total Cost per Serving: £1.57
Contains Nuts? No
Suitable for Vegetarians? No
- 4 duck breasts
- 1 cup dry white wine
- Spring onion
- Pinch salt
- Pinch black pepper
- Ground ginger
- Garlic powder
- Whole grain rice
- Orange marmalade
- 1 Orange
- Season the duck breast with a pinch of salt, black pepper, ground ginger and garlic powder
- Add a splash of olive oil to a large frying pan (the Tower 28cm Forged Fry Pan would be ideal for this) and heat the duck breasts both sides for a couple of minutes
- Put the duck breasts in the slow cooker and slather half a jar of orange marmalade across the duck breasts, making sure it is evenly distributed across the meat (the Tower 8-in-1 Multi Cooker would be ideal for this).
- Add a cup of dry white wine to the slow cooker, then add a handful of stem ginger. Chop up two spring onions and then cut up a whole orange into segments and place into the slow cooker.
- Leave the ingredients you have added to the slow cooker to cook on high or the slow cooker setting on the Tower 8-in-1 Multi-Cooker for 3 hours.
- After around 3 hours, boil the rice for 15 minutes, take the duck out of the slow cooker, remove the fat and then serve!
Put the rice onto your chosen plate and place the duck breast on top, adding a little bit of the juice from the cooker for extra flavour!
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