There’s something satisfying about slicing up charcuterie knowing you cured it yourself. This easy duck prosciutto recipe will leave you wondering why you haven’t made this before now.
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EASY DUCK PROSCIUTTO VIDEO
For a quick and easy tutorial, check out the video. If you’re new to the Kitchen, you’ll notice that I do a little something called “silent-film mode”. Please consider subscribing to my YouTube channel if you like what you see!
THE PERFECT CURING PROJECT FOR BEGINNERS
Before making this easy duck prosciutto recipe for the first time, I thought curing meat was a complicated process best left to the pros. Michael Ruhlman and Brian Polcyn, the authors of Charcuterie: The Craft of Salting, Smoking and Curing, showed me I was wrong. Their recipe, which is the one I’ll be sharing with you today, calls for three simple ingredients: kosher salt, a duck breast, and white pepper. Other than that, you’ll need a non-reactive container (like glass), cheesecloth and kitchen string. Oh, and a bit of time and a cool spot for curing. You might not want to hear this, but you’ll need a minimum of eight days from start to finish.…