Pekin Duck Drumettes
8 vacuum sealed packs (approximately 40 lbs.)
Brome Lake Brand from Quebec, Canada
Change up your chicken wing habit. Throw a different sort of wingding with Pekin Duck Drumettes. Pekin Duck, also called Long Island Duckling, is the most farmed duck in North America. Drumettes are the joint that attaches the wing to the body. Like chicken wings, they make an irresistible snack!
Store frozen meats in your freezer until you’re ready to use it, then thaw only as much as you plan on cooking.
RECIPES & TIPS
Duck wing drumettes are best cooked slowly and for a long time. Braise them nearly submerged in duck or chicken broth in a heavy, lidded pot until tender and falling from the bone---up to 2 hours or longer. Finish them on the grill or on a sheet pan under the broiler brushed with your favorite barbecue sauce. As with pork, sweet, hot, fruity flavors are a good match for duck. Try a honey-mustard sauce or a fiery Korean-style sauce spiked with Gochujang. Duck confit can also be made with duck wing drumettes.