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Ginger & honey roast duck & stir-fried bok choi

NOV 20 @ 13:06

by oliviascotland

Made this for supper the other night - I bought a duck crown and rubbed it with salt, crushed garlic, black pepper and crushed root ginger, then roasted it in a hot oven for 30 minutes, before taking it out and drizzling a little bit of honey and tamari over the top, returning it to the oven and cooking for a further 45 minutes.  I served it with stir-fried bok choi and red onions, done with garlic, tamari and a bit of sesame oil to finish.  It was very good indeed, and I could even class it as "diet" food!

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NOV 20 @ 16:58

by MsPablo

That looks delicious and perfectly cooked Olivia.

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