Sunday, July 18, 2010

Fried Rice Noodles With Roast Duck 豉油王炒鴨河



Day 3 of my duck dinner - I was told by someone I should have a more balanced diet when I mentioned I was going to cook another noodles dish. The comment was made without first finding out what I have been cooking and what I was going to cook next (let alone what type of noodles, in what style and from which cuisine). Didn't really care to explain too much, I decided to let my blog posts do the talking instead. If you have been reading my blog for a while, you might have figured out my not so secretive love affair with hor fun (fresh wide rice noodles). This is a cross between a phat si ew and fried rice noodles with beef and the result is more than agreeable! Delicious? yes! Balanced? Very!
P.S Again this is just a rough guide, feel free to play around with the ingredients to suit your taste.



recipe from the tummies' kitchen
recipe per serve
you'll need;
250 g of fresh wide rice noodles
1 cup of bean sprouts, picked
1 duck breast*, thinly sliced
50 g of green beans, thinly sliced at an angle
2 spring onions, cut into 3" lengths and julienne
2 garlic cloves, chopped
1 tbs of dark soy
1 tbs of sweet soy (kecap manis)
1.5 tbs of oyster sauce
dash of white pepper
salt to taste
* marinate duck breast with some hoisin sauce, soy and five spice powder. Wipe off marinade before cooking. Pan fry duck skin side down for 2 minutes then another minute on the other side. Drain off fat and place in the preheated oven at 180C for a further 6 to 7 minutes. Rest before slicing. I cooked all my duck breasts in one batch.


Prepare the ingredients.



Loosen noodles and mix in a dash each of soy and dark soy.



Char noodles in a hot wok for one minute on each side. Do not attempt to move the noodles too much. Remove noodles and set aside. 



Saute chopped garlic follow by the green beans and fry for 30 seconds on high heat. Return noodles to the wok, mix through and add seasonings.



Chuck in the rest of the ingredients and cook for a further 30 seconds. Make sure not to overcook the vegetables and avoid breaking up the noodles.



Serve immediately with condiments of your choice. I had it with some Sichuan chili oil.



















Mix well and enjoy!

19 comments:

  1. So there is again a noodles recipe. I hope you like noodles a lot.

    yesterday I left the office late and was worried about my food. I brought one horlicks foodles and prepared it with carrots and peas.

    I think noodles are the fastest to cook recipes, if you do not have much working on the vegetable part.

    Your recipe is interestin. The only thing that worries me is the duck... lets see if I can manage its availability.

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  2. satu lagi resepi baru.duck & noodle.pastinya pakcik akan meminatinya:)tapi agak sukar untuk dapatkan itik:(

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  3. You can never have enough noodle dishes!

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  4. Looks wonderful and I think you did the right thing by letting your blog posts do the talking! :)

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  5. I am happy to eat the noodles you put up everyday! Love it!

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  6. 炒得很香呀! 我每天吃粉麵也不會膩。

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  7. I love fresh wide rice noodles. This looks so good the noodles are the star of the dish! To me! :) It looks wonderful!

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  8. I've never tried this type of noodle...This dish looks very delicious...duck is very expensive here though.

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  9. Harriet from CarltonJuly 18, 2010 at 4:00 PM

    Love all your noodle dishes. I am going to try this with some shop bought char siu.

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  10. This looks wonderful with duck. I sometimes make it with beef too.

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  11. Oh woe, this is a lovely dish:) Fantastic ingredients...

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  12. quite difficult to just buy duck breast here, but have to buy the whole bird.Anyway, this sound delicious!

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  13. Hey buddy I am with you on this one. Give me noodles any day!

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  14. Wow, you can slice those beans so thinly, I can never do that! Your kway teow looks yummy
    too!

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  15. I love rice noodles and all those veggies you use to prepare that delicious meal!
    But you always leave me hungry LOL!
    B xx

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  16. I can have noodles everyday! Another mouth-watering dish!

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  17. I can have noodles everyday too! I have to say I am loving rice noodles atm and this looks fantastic!

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  18. Love stir fried rice noodles, also diggin the greens

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