Ps – I am chuffed to be a guest blogger for Gressingham Duck and this recipe will be appearing on their website.

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  1. Helen @ Scrummy Lane

    You always post such interesting recipes using ingredients that I’d never think of using, Bintu … love them, and this recipe!(love that combo of oranges, pomegranate seeds and pistachios!)
    On a different thread, I read an article a few days ago about the healthiest food in the world, and guess which nation came top … yes, Sierra Leone! I thought of you!

    • Bintu

      Yeap, I was rather pleased at seeing that article. I need to post more Sierra Leonean recipes to show of our healthy food.

  2. Joanne Theodorou

    Enroute to the theater in NYC last night, I stopped for Thai food….and this is just what I ordered! Except they served it with white rice rather then couscous. A wonderful meal.

  3. Sharon

    I have never tried duck before. The different colors used in making this dish looks so appealing and delicious. I think that I mentioned before that couscous is one of my favorite side dishes….especially since I can buy the original which contains no sodium. Will definitely have to add fruit in my couscous the next time.

  4. Susie Gall

    5 stars
    I do believe this is the most beautiful and delicious duck dish – ever! Your gorgeous photos drew me in and now I’m looking forward to making this dish. Great job, Bintu.

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