Pekin Duck Legs

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50 legs (approximately 25 lbs.) | Free Shipping

Pekin ducks (aka Long Island ducklings) are the variety most Americans think of when they think of duck meat. Pekin duck meat tends to be milder than Muscovy or Moulard duck.

Pekin duck legs have more robust flavor than the breasts, but need to be slow cooked for tenderness. They are frequently braised or slow-cooked in duck fat to produce duck confit.


5 vacuum sealed packs, 10 legs per pack (approximately 25 lbs.)


  • Skin On
  • Bone In
  • Attached Legs & Thighs
  • No Hormones or Antibiotics
  • Vegetarian Grain & Corn Feed (No Animal Byproducts)
  • Frozen


Brome Lake Brand from Québec, Canada

Store pekin duck legs in your freezer, then thaw as many as you need before cooking.

Thawing Tips

Duck legs are typically braised or cooked low and slow in duck fat (confit) until the meat is ready to fall off the bone.

How to Make Duck Confit

Finished duck confit can also be turned into duck rillettes.

Ingredients often used with duck include apples, ginger, Szechuan peppercorns, lemon juice, soy sauce, wild mushrooms, oranges, rich & fruity red wines, green onions, spicy chilies, honey, cilantro, star anise, thyme and berries.  It can be served sweet, savory, tangy, smoked or spicy.

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