King Cole Large Whole Duck

2.5kg Each

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  • $28.99
  • Regular price $32.99



 Price  $28.99/each
 Price Breakdown  $11.60/kg
 Case Weight  approx. 2.5kg each (5.5lb)

 

King Cole Large Whole Duck - This is the product that started the King Cole tradition back in 1951. The King Cole large whole duck is 100% natural with no additives, preservatives or antibiotics. Simple and easy to prepare, a roast duck dinner is a guaranteed crowd pleaser with rich, tender meat and crispy skin. Whether it’s a holiday feast or Sunday night special, the roasted whole duck brings families together to enjoy more than just great food.

Clean Label Ingredients 

Good food is clean food; “clean” of additives and unnatural elements that affect the integrity of taste and nutrition. Our clean label: No hormones or growth stimulants. No food colouring or additives, phosphate free and gluten free. 

 

Animal Welfare & Humane Handling  

King Cole has long been heralded for its leadership and stewardship in the area of animal care. Ducks are raised free run in large spacious barns with plenty of fresh air ventilation, unlimited water and natural feed. Many barns are bedded down with recycled fresh wood shavings daily and others are washed out for maximum sanitary conditions.

 

Leaders in Recycling  

Good things come from reducing, reusing, and recycling. King Cole’s goal has been 100% usage of the product we produce and our waste is an important part of that sustainable story.


*Contents of the case are all frozen. All weights are approximate.

 

Cooking Instructions

Whole Duck

(For best results, allow the duck to thaw 48 hours in your refrigerator).

1. Remove giblets, wash & drain duck. Pat dry.

2. Sprinkle duck cavity with sea salt, quarter an onion, coarsely chop celery and add both to the cavity.

3. Season exterior of duck with salt & pepper to taste

4. Pre-heat oven to 325˚F, place duck on rack in roasting pan and cooked uncovered for 2 ½ to 3 hours. No basting is required.

5. Duck is ready when golden brown and legs can be moved freely. Quarter the duck  (do not carve).