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Shandong Dishes

Duck Slices in Soy Sauce

Duck Slices in Soy Sauce
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    Materials:
    one spring duck (1000g)
    500g taros
    200g sweet fermented flour sauce

    Preparations:
  1. Clean the duck, chop off the beak but keep the tongue, discard the feet, boil till 70% done with scallion, ginger and wild pepper; chop off the head, neck, legs, remove the carcass, cut the duck in two along the back then chop into rectangular pieces.
  2. Steam the taros till done, peel and roll-cut.
  3. Put the duck pieces on a rack in a saucepan, drop in the taros, duck head, neck and legs, add duck soup, seasonings and sweet fermented flour sauce fried with white sugar.
  4. Fry scallion ginger and wild pepper in 6-fold hot oil till the flavor comes out, pour the oil into the saucepan with the duck, stew over a low heat for an hour, remove the duck to a dish.
  5. Thicken the soup and pour it over the duck.


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