Even the most enthusiastic duck hunters are often at a loss when it comes to ideas for cooking the bird’s legs. Enter ChefSteps guest contributor and wild game expert David Draper. His recommendation for tackling this fowl’s tough, lean muscles? Sous vide. Long cooking times break down the meat into delicious little drumsticks made to be picked up with your fingers and eaten like chicken wings. This sticky, spicy glaze is inspired by popular Thai recipes, but you can use any of your favorite wing sauces instead.
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