Taste Tested: Duck on a Truck

We love Ontario Duck — especially when it’s piled high with coleslaw like this epic sandwich from Chef Steffen Marin at Feast On Certified Heirloom Food Truck.

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Chef Steffen Marin stands behind his mission to use local and organic ingredients. This signature sandwich uses duck from King Cole Ducks in Stouffville, cold pressed sunflower oil from Pristine Gourmet in Waterford and grainy mustard from Savvy Chef in London. The Heirloom Food Truck menu is inspired by the availability of products that come from farmers and artisanal producers they work with.

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Duck on a Truck
Serves 5
Sometimes it's less about the cooking and more about the composition -- like with this seriously stacked sandwich!
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Prep Time
30 min
Prep Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 package King Cole Duck Confit
  2. 1/4lb Duck Fat
  3. 5 tsbp Jerk Spice
  4. 6 fork fulls Pickled Sweet Cabbage
  5. 5 tbsp Savvy Chef Grainy Mustard
  6. 4 Ontario scallion greens
  7. 4 tbsp food quality mayonnaise - we use homemade!
  8. 5 Brioche Buns
  9. 1 tsp Ontario maple syrup
  10. ⅓ cup Pristine Gourmet cold pressed sunflower oil
  11. 1 cup parsley leaves
  12. 3 tbsp dill pickles, chopped
  13. 2 tbsp fresh chives, chopped
  14. 4 Ontario radishes, sliced thin
  15. Salt & Pepper
Instructions
  1. Prepare a scallion aioli by chopping scallions fine and stirring into mayonnaise. Season with salt and pepper. Stir and set aside.
  2. Heat duck fat until sizzling in a medium cast iron pan. Add duck confit and jerk spice. Toss to combine and keep warm.
  3. Meanwhile, whisk together sunflower oil and maple syrup in a medium bowl. Add parsley leaves, dill pickles, chives and pickled cabbage. Toss to combine. Set aside.
  4. Cut brioche buns in half and toast lightly.
  5. Slather each bun top with grainy mustard and each bun bottom with scallion aioli. Divide warm duck and sweet pickled cabbage slaw evenly between buns. Top with sliced radish slices.
  6. Serve immediately and a big 'ol pile of napkins!
Adapted from Heirloom Food Truck
Adapted from Heirloom Food Truck
Culinary Tourism Alliance https://ontarioculinary.com/

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