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VIETNAM CUSINE RECIPES

COOKED DUCK WITH BAMBOO SHOOTS

(Northern dish)

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ingredients: (makes 1 plate)

600 g duck (or half a duck)

100 g minced pork (or finely chopped)
150 g fresh bamboo shoots
50 ml cooking oil
1 bulb shallot
2 stalks green onion
Fish sauce, salt, and pepper to taste

Preparation:

1. Debone and slice duck into large, thick pieces measuring 2x4x1 cm. Season with fish sauce, salt and pepper for 20 minutes.
2. Slice bamboo shoots into pieces 0.5 cm thick and as long and wide as the duck slices. Boil until cooked through and drain.
3. Dice shallot and add to pork. Mix well with fish sauce, salt, and pepper, then roll into 10-12 balls.

Cooking:

1. Heat cooking oil to 120°C, add duck and bamboo shoots, and stir well. Add fish sauce and salt to taste, add enough water to cover the duck and bamboo (about 1 liter) and bring to a boil. Cover, reduce heat and simmer.
2. After 20 minutes, when the duck is cooked through, add pork balls and cook together. Sprinkle with diced green onion. Ladle into two large bowls. Serve hot.



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