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Friday, 29 March 2019

Stewed Ginger Duck And Home Grown Vegetables

The following sunrise photos were taken at the park during my morning walk. It revealed that it was going to be another hot and sunny day.
Sunrise at 7:35 am



Harvests from my garden.
5 long beans, lady finger and purple eggplant (brinjal).
I dug out a pot of ginger rhizomes.
I bought a frozen duck from a nearby supermarket to cook with these ginger.
I took a third of the amount of ginger. They were washed, skinned, sliced, and stir fried with cooking oil plus some sesame oil in my stainless steel wok (frying pan).
I added in the salted black beans, preserved bean paste (taucu), and chopped garlic. I also added in a bit of nam yue or fermented bean curd.
Then I added in the chopped pieces from half a duck and stir fried.
Next, I added water to fully cover the pieces of duck. I covered the wok and let it simmer over med to low flame until the duck meat is soften.
Stewed ginger duck. A great dish to be eaten with rice.
I blanched the long beans, lady finger and eggplant.
Served this with garlic oil and light soya sauce.
It was a very tasty and appetizing dinner.


The good people taste your goodness,
The whole people taste your health,
The true people taste your truth,
The bad ones can't figure you out.
You take the side of the down-and-out,
But the stuck-up you take down a peg.
(Psalm 18:25-27, The Message-MSG)

58 comments:

  1. yummmmm….home cooked food is the best!

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    1. I love home cooking but nowadays will depend on my mood.

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  3. Your sky is lovely Nancy and your cooking looks delicious.

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  4. There is nothing better than vegetable from your own garden☺

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  5. I love your homemade meals! The ginger duck looks so appetizing.

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  6. Wow! really tasty meal! I love to eat ginger duck and your vege from your garden must taste marvelous!

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  7. Thank you for sharing how you cooked your duck with accompanying photos. Looks great and must have been tasty with the added fresh ginger. That sun looks very big in the sky. I hope you have a good weekend with the opportunity to stay cool.

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    1. Thank you, dear. The weather is cooler now and hope it stays.

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  8. Your sunrise photos re always so beautiful. I am not used to use ginger, should learn! Happy weekend Nancy!

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    1. Thank you, Riitta! Happy weekend to you too!

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  9. Love your review as always ))

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  10. ...Nancy, a beautiful start to your day. Enjoy!

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  11. Your dishes always look mouth-wateringly good.

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  12. I don't cook duck at home. Hehe. But I do like duck.

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  13. Hello, the sky images are lovely. The food looks delicious! Happy Friday, enjoy your day. Have a great weekend!

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    1. Thank you, Eileen. Have a great weekend too!

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  14. I'm coming over to eat with you. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

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    1. You are most welcome! Have a fabulous weekend too!

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  15. I love how we get to see the entire sunrise! My favorite is the fourth one. So special to actually grow ginger! I am trying to figure out how much powered ginger from a jar would equal real.

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  16. Hello Nancy!
    I love long beans.
    It is very tasty.
    Hugs and greetings.

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  17. I love duck and I love ginger so this has to be good. Have a good weekend, Diane

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    1. I am sure you will love this dish as much as I do. Have a good weekend too!

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  18. The eggplant is so different from ours...

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  19. Beautiful sunrise and a great harvest fro your garden.

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  20. A pretty series of sunrise shots. Enjoy your weekend!

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  21. Great photos, great food, and a great taste related scripture. Have a great weekend!!

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  22. Your ginger duck sounds delicious! I have yet to cook duck hee..hee...

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    1. Thank you, Phong Hong. Now that I know where to buy frozen ducks, I can cook duck dishes more often.

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  23. Beautiful sunrise series over there and the ginger duck should taste wonderful and delicious!

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  24. You've just inspired me to make stewed ginger duck... I like how your duck is chopped into very small pieces.

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    1. Smaller pieces will take less time to soften the meat.

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  25. Sounds like something Tim would like

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