A quick and easy stir fry which is great with venison. Serve it over rice. If you like heat, you can substitute chilli oil for sesame oil.
Recipe by: Grant
These duck breasts are the nicest I've ever cooked. You'll find yourself putting your knife and fork down between mouthfuls. And it's also very quick and extremely easy to make. I enjoy serving these duck breasts with roasted seasonal vegetables.
Recipe by: Ollie Martin
Duck is baked in the oven then shredded and served on a simple cucumber, spring onion and red onion salad dressed with sesame oil.
Recipe by: louise
Kangaroo is a perfect meat for stir fries because it is lean but rich tasting. You can use other vegies but these work so well.
Recipe by: colonelwhiskey
A rich thick - and easy - kangaroo stew using a supermarket casserole mix. Beef may be substituted for the roo but the gamey flavour of kangaroo makes for a nicer dish.
Recipe by: ManJas
Duck roasted can be very dry but this is where the oven bag helps. I have suggested 2-4 ducks as one may cook too tough to eat. When slow cooked, they will fall apart and become very tender. Remove the fat from cooled juices and store duck in this. It is very good cold. To help remove pin feathers, try singeing over a gas flame.
Recipe by: steventhrelfall
Avocado may seem an unusual ingredient for a milkshake but wait until you see how rich and creamy it is!
Recipe by: Alexa
Don't skip anything or change the ingredients. The most important thing is the hot smoked duck breast AND good home made dark chicken stock.
Recipe by: darrenspooner
Duck à l'Orange, is given a Chinese touch in these sophisticated kebabs, infused with the flavours of orange juice, honey and soy sauce and served with scented rice.
Recipe by: Pat Alburey
This is an easy but tasty way to cook kangaroo. The fillet is seared and sliced then served over mashed potatoes.
Recipe by: Herbie's Spices