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Old 05-28-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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Crawfish & Smoked Duck Quesadillas

A little recap from another post. On Sunday I smoked a fresh Pekin duck for making Smoked Duck Quesadillas yesterday.
The duck right before it was done.

After the duck cooled down some I pulled the meat and stuck it in the fridge. Yesterday as I was warming it on the stove top that delicious smoky aroma began to just barely escape the covered pan and consume the kitchen air.

To make sure it was moist and delicious I added two teaspoons of rendered smokey duck fat from Sunday's smoking process back into the meat. Mmmm.......

As the meat was warming I worked on a couple of other things. One being a Blueberry & Raspberry Chipotle dippy/glazing sauce.
Straining to remove the raspberry seeds.

This will be good for other grilling uses too!

Almost a last minute decision I decided to make Crawfish Quesadillas too so I made a quick crawfish filling.

One of the crawfish filled quesadillas

Smoked Duck

Smoked Duck with extra cheese


I even made a couple with some leftover grilled chicken from Sunday but no picture of those.
Oh, I forgot to mention the other things I made which were fresh homemade Pico De Gallo and a Cheesy Corn & Rice caserole and I opened a can of refried black beans.
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Old 05-28-2013, 05:49 PM   #2
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Is there anything you don't cook T? All looks great!
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"Almost a last minute decision I decided to make Crawfish Quesadillas too so I made a quick crawfish filling."

It's just that easy for some people, not for me but some very good cooks pull it off with style. Looks good T!
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Is there anything you don't cook T? All looks great!

Uhh.... camel. I don't have any camel meat.
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Now that's my idea of surf n' turf!! Double dog dammit that looks good!
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Hey T can you hook us up with that Blueberry & Raspberry Chipotle dippy/glazing sauce recipe? Or you could pm it too me also, does not matter, would love to try it.
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Hey T can you hook us up with that Blueberry & Raspberry Chipotle dippy/glazing sauce recipe? Or you could pm it too me also, does not matter, would love to try it.
I'll try to get this posted later today. I have it sitting on my desk at work.
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Max, here you go.

Blueberry & Rasberry Chipotle Sauce

Sauce Ingredients:
16 oz. frozen blueberries
12 oz. frozen rasberries
1.5 cup sugar
1 cup ketchup
1/4 cup red wine vinegar
2 tablespoons honey
5 tablespoons cane syrup
5 chipotle peppers in Adobo sauce
2 tablespoons smoked paprika

Make your sauce:
Heat all sauce ingredients together. When the berries start to break down, remove from heat and puree using an immersion mixer. Strain to get the seeds out and return to the pot, heating until itís your desired dipping consistency. Keep warmed.
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Now why do cajuns come down here and swipe quissadillos and try to take it back home unnoticed? I am getting riled up.
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Thanks brotha! Appreciate it.
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