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Duck Fat Roast Potatoes

Duck Fat Roast Potatoes

Duck Fat Roast potatoes is my most favorite way to enjoy potatoes. Rich with flavour and perfectly complemented by the crispiness on the outside, Duck Fat Roast potatoes falls into my list of effortlessly delicious recipes.

 

Ingredients

Following is what you need to make Duck Fat Roast potatoes.

10 Medium size Red Potatoes cut in quarters. Skin Left on.

75 gm Duck Fat

100 ml EV Olive Oil

100 ml Chicken stock

6 Cloves Fresh Garlic

1 Tbsp Cooking Salt

½ Tablespoon Sea or Himalayan Salt

½ Tablespoon Cracked Black Pepper

4 Tablespoons Fresh Rosemary

Duck Fat Roast potatoes

Instructions

In a large pot, add cold water. Cut potatoes into quarters, but leave the skin on for extra crispiness. Add the potatoes to the pot with cooking salt. Turn on the stove and wait until the water has boiled.

Once it has boiled, let it cook for a further 8-10 minutes. Drain water, lay potatoes on a flat tray and with a fork gently press down on the potatoes.

Now, in a baking tray add the Duck Fat, EV Olive Oil. garlic cloves and rosemary. Put into a preheated oven at 200 degrees until the duck fat has melted. The garlic cloves and rosemary will add flavour to the duck fat.

Once the duck fat has melted, take the tray out from the oven and take out the garlic cloves, and rosemary so they don’t burn. We will add those to the roast potatoes later.

In the same baking try, add the potatoes, sea or Himalayan salt, cracked pepper and toss all together in the baking tray.

Cook for 30 minutes at 200º C. After 30 minutes, add the garlic cloves and rosemary that we set aside previously. At the same time, check the potatoes, and add some of the chicken stock if the potatoes seem dry. Then, cook for further 15 minutes at 180º C.

Cooking tip: If you like the potatoes crispier, then cook them for a further 15 minutes at 180º C. Just keep adding stock if the potatoes are dying up.

Take them out once cooked and crispy. Enjoy!

 

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Duck Fat Roast Potatoes

December 4, 2020
: 4
: 20 min
: 30 min
: 50 min
: Easy

Crispy and delicious, Duck fat roast potatoes is one of best ways to enjoy potatoes.

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Ingredients
  • 10 Medium size Red Potatoes cut in quarters. Skin Left on.
  • 75 gm Duck Fat
  • 100 ml EV Olive Oil
  • 100 ml Chicken stock
  • 6 Cloves Fresh Garlic
  • 1 Tbsp Cooking Salt
  • 1/2 tablespoon sea or Himalayan salt
  • 1/2 tablespoon cracked black pepper
  • 4 tablespoons fresh Rosemary
Directions
  • Step 1 In a large pot add cold water, cut potatoes and the cooking salt. Turn on the stove and wait until the water has boiled.
  • Step 2 Once it has boiled, let it cook for a further 8-10 minutes. Drain water, lay potatoes on a flat tray and with a fork gently press down on the potatoes.
  • Step 3 In the same baking try, add the potatoes, sea or Himalayan salt, cracked pepper and toss all together in the baking tray.
  • Step 4 Put into a preheated oven at 200 degrees until the duck fat has melted. The garlic cloves and rosemary will add flavour to the duck fat.
  • Step 5 Once the duck fat has melted, take the tray out from the oven and take out the garlic cloves, and rosemary so they don’t burn. We will add those to the roast potatoes later.
  • Step 6 Then in the same tray, add the potatoes, sea or Himalayan salt, cracked pepper and toss all together.
  • Step 7 Cook for 30 minutes at 200º C. After 30 minutes, add the garlic cloves and rosemary that we set aside. At the same time, check the potatoes and add some of the chicken stock if they look dry. Then cook for further 15 minutes at 180º C.
  • Step 8 If you like the potatoes crispier, then cook them for a further 15 minutes at 180º C. Just keep adding stock if the potatoes are dying up.
  • Step 9 Take them out once cooked and crispy. Enjoy!

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