Duck Prosciutto Flat Bread From Michaels

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By: Chef David Coleman
Flatbreads are seen often on menus and make great appetizers to share. Here is a savory, tasty bite. The crispy texture of his house-made flat bread, the saltiness of the proscuitto sets off the fresh arugula beautifully. The flat bread, pesto and prosciutto recipes are included here. Duck prosciutto flat bread with arugula, peppadew peppers and mozzarellaMichael's Flatbread (Serves 4)

Duck prosciutto

2 lb Duck breast (2 large duck breasts)

1/2 lb Kosher salt

1 t Toasted fennel seed (ground)

1 t Ground white pepper

Cheesecloth Butchers twine

In any plastic container large enough to hold breasts side by side without touching, (even a Ziploc bag can be used), place half of the salt. Leaving the skin side up, add remaining salt; duck should be completely covered with salt. Cover and refrigerate for about 24 hours, or until duck is firm to the touch. Remove from salt; rinse, and gently dry with a clean towel. Cover both sides with fennel and white pepper. Wrap in cheesecloth and truss with twine to hang. In a cool but humid place (50-60

Duck Prosciutto Flat Bread From Michaels

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Ingredients:

  • Duck Prosciutto:
  • 2 lb Duck breast (2 large duck breasts)
  • 1/2 lb Kosher salt
  • 1 t Toasted fennel seed (ground)
  • 1 t Ground white pepper
  • Cheesecloth Butchers twine
  • Flat bread:
  • 3 cups pizza flour 1 cup warm water

Directions:

  1. By: Chef David Coleman
    Flatbreads are seen often on menus and make great appetizers to share. Here is a savory, tasty bite. The crispy texture of his house-made flat bread, the saltiness of the proscuitto sets off the fresh arugula beautifully. The flat bread, pesto and prosciutto recipes are included here. Duck prosciutto flat bread with arugula, peppadew peppers and mozzarellaMichael's Flatbread (Serves 4)

    Duck prosciutto

    2 lb Duck breast (2 large duck breasts)

    1/2 lb Kosher salt

    1 t Toasted fennel seed (ground)

    1 t Ground white pepper

    Cheesecloth Butchers twine

    In any plastic container large enough to hold breasts side by side without touching, (even a Ziploc bag can be used), place half of the salt. Leaving the skin side up, add remaining salt; duck should be completely covered with salt. Cover and refrigerate for about 24 hours, or until duck is firm to the touch. Remove from salt; rinse, and gently dry with a clean towel. Cover both sides with fennel and white pepper. Wrap in cheesecloth and truss with twine to hang. In a cool but humid place (50-60

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