28 Oct '17, 11am

Duck Breasts with Coffee Marinade (Roasted or Grilled)

Brew 12 ounces of coffee; set aside. Mix 6 ounces brewed coffee, 3 ounces dark rum and 3 ounces spiced rum in a re-seal-able plastic bag. Combine Rub ingredients in a medium mixing bowl. With a sharp knife, score the duck breast skin. Place into marinade. MARINATE for 8-12 hours. Once duck has marinated; remove from marinade discarding the liquid. Roll breasts in the rub mixture and then place skin side up in the roasting pan and cover with a lid. Roast at 175℉ for one hour. After one (1) hour, remove roasting pan from oven and let the duck rest; covered. Combine all sauce ingredients into a medium sauce pan, bring to a boil, and then turn the heat to a simmer. Reduce the sauce by half, stirring often. Remove breasts from roasting pan. Strain drippings from roasting pan through a sieve into your sauce ingredients pan. Reduce the sauce with drippings by half, stirring often...

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