Duck Dry Rice
Hello everyone! Chef Book online today, I’ll introduce you to the popular menu of Ampawa.
I have to tell you that this menu is an original recipe. It’s called dry rice.
If you have been to Ampawa, you must have had the chance to taste a dish called Chicken Dry Rice. Right?
But today, I’ll make something different. It’s Duck Dry rice
Pour a little bit of oil, not too much, because duck meat already contains lots of fat.
Then put the duck meat into the pan.
Don’t put the seasoning right away. You have to wait until the duck meat is cooked well first. If you put all seasoning now, the duck meat might get burned and it won’t look good.
I think the duck meat is quite ready now. I’ll tell you my secret. Instead of galangal, I am using sugar free Gingen ginger powder.
The Ampawa original recipe uses galangal in this menu.
After that, add soy sauce, sugar and pepper powder to make it more tempting.
That smells good! Kai Dao, can you smell that? (Chef Book talks to Kai Dao)
Now our duck meat is cooked. We can turn off the gas stove.
It’s the same as when we cook rice congee, you got to have celery.
Some people call this menu “Dry rice.” I will add some Tianjin dry pickled vegetables.
Sprinkled with a bit of fried garlic.
Don’t worry about the smell of the duck meat, because we added ginger powder, so there’s no need to worry.
The duck meat is so tender. It goes well with the sauce, rice, fried garlic and tianjin dry pickled vegetable.
I’ve got to tell you this menu is easy and simple to cook, and it is very tasty. Many thanks to our sponsor,
Gingen ginger powder: Every Kitchen’s secret. Healthy to drink and great for cooking.
I cooked this dish for dinner. If I ask Kai Dao to keep it for me, will it be safe? (Chef Cook talks to Kai Dao.)
It’ll be gone? I’d better keep it myself then.
Everyone, don’t leave grilled fish with cats, and don’t leave dry rice with dogs!
- Gingen ginger powder 1 pack
- Steamed rice 1 cup
- Duck meat 100 g.
- Soy sauce 1 tablespoon
- Sugar 1 tablespoon
- Pepper powder 1 teaspoon
Celery, dry pickled vegetable, fried garlic