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Duck in Rice Wine with Sweet Potato

Duck in Rice Wine with Sweet Potatoimage
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4 Duck legs
400g sweet potatoes
10 dates - dried and pitted
 4 slices of ginger
2 chives
100ml rice wine
 1 tablespoons soy sauce


 Wash, peel and cut the sweet potato into large chips.
Brown the duck legs on the skin side in a very hot casserole dish.
Once the thighs are golden brown, remove the duck, keeping the fat.
 Place the fries in the duck fat for 5 minutes and set aside on absorbent paper.
 Wash the chives and cut them in half.
 Place the chives, ginger, duck, rice wine and soy sauce in the casserole dish. Mix well to coat the meat.
 Cover with water at the same level and simmer for 1 hour over low heat.
Add the dates halfway through cooking.
Return the sweet potatoes, season with a little pepper and continue cooking for 15 minutes.
 Reduce the sauce over high heat until it has a syrupy texture.





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The nutritionist's advice:

The duck leg may be smothered in fat. In this case, remove as much fat as possible. Duck is one of the few meats that provides little saturated fat that is harmful to cardiovascular health.
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Last modified date: 7/4/2022