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Warm Duck, Quince And Walnut Salad
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The light pickling here gives the fruit just the right piquancy for use in a savoury dish. You don’t have to sauté the quince slices if you’re happy with them at room temperature. These quinces also work well with other meats – roast pork, sausages or pâtés – they’ll keep in the fridge for a week.
The Corker recommends- A rounded pinot noir has enough charm to handle the pickled quinces.
Typical values per serving:
This recipe was first published in October 2007.