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3/23/12 9:48 AM
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Any good advice or recipes on making peking duck? I tried it 3 months ago using a recipe from Ken Hom on Youtube. It did not taste nice. I could not get the marinade nice and sweet like the restaurants. I used soya sauce, rice wine, honey for the marinade, rinsed it in boiling water before, and dried it out in the fridge.
3/23/12 10:19 AM
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 did you blow air into the duc to seperate the skin?
3/23/12 11:59 AM
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nope, video did not show that! what would i use to blow air into it?
3/23/12 12:04 PM
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 they used to use their mouth, but nowadays a bicycle pump will work.  Basically blow air through the slit of the neck to separate the skin from the meat.  Then tie up the slit before roasting.
3/29/12 12:03 PM
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I have tried Peking in quite a few restaurants and its always terrible. For some reason I want to like it haha. The only good duck I have ever had was smoked Mallard. Amazing!
4/3/12 1:26 PM
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peking duck= good
9/4/12 10:31 PM
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Peking duck requires an experienced chef and a long, delicate process. Don't even try it.
7/30/13 11:56 PM
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HoldYerGround - Peking duck requires an experienced chef and a long, delicate process. Don't even try it.

Ok...Thanks. I will try it until I get it right! F**kface!
8/1/13 3:56 AM
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Ok. Have fun. It's only an inordinate amount of time you'll be wasting. Phone Post
9/7/13 2:35 AM
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foolu - Any good advice or recipes on making peking duck? I tried it 3 months ago using a recipe from Ken Hom on Youtube. It did not taste nice. I could not get the marinade nice and sweet like the restaurants. I used soya sauce, rice wine, honey for the marinade, rinsed it in boiling water before, and dried it out in the fridge.

here are some Ingredients for you to make the peking duck

2 ducks
2 cups of red wine (Two Buck Chuck works just fine!)
1 cup of soy sauce
1 tablespoon sea salt
1 tablespoon honey




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