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BBQ Peking Duck

BBQ Peking Duck

With Homemade Spring Pancakes

Posted on January 17, 2018

BBQ Peking Duck is popular Asian inspired recipe, found in many restaurants. Often romanticized – you just can’t get authentic Peking Duck, unless you go here – you can now make it at home. This recipe is a little labor intensive and requires some patience when going to make it, but the wait will pay off when you bite into that crisp skin and succulent meat. Serve your BBQ Peking Duck with hoisin sauce, sliced cucumber, and green onion, on fresh spring pancakes.

The secret to a perfect Peking Duck is to allow the skin to dry. Much like our recipe for Grilled Pork Belly, airflow and time are integral to the process. Another trick is to separate the skin from the meat. To do this, most professionals use an air compressor to literally inflate the duck. Now, unless you’re a DIY-er or something, you likely won’t have one of those on hand, however, I used a cheap air pump that I found at the dollar store for inflating soccer balls. Just make sure to wash it before and after.

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Katsudon – Pork Cutlet

Katsudon – Pork Cutlet

Comfort Food – Asian Cuisine Style

Posted on November 27, 2017

Katsudon; also known as a Pork Cutlet Bowl is a delicious comfort food featuring a fried pork cutlet on a bed of rice with caramelized onions, egg, and a special sauce on top. This version is slightly disassembled and no less delicious. Served with an Asian-style BBQ Bloomin’ Onion and on a bed of fresh sticky rice, this delightful recipe will make it onto your comfort food list for sure.

Posted in: Pork
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Asian Beef Tenderloin

Asian Beef Tenderloin

With Tempura Onions And Gyoza Sauce

Posted on August 05, 2015
This is the recipe for my first ever video recipe. Asian Beef Tenderloin With Tempura Onions And Gyoza Sauce, it's elegant, yet easy. And boy does it taste good too. The beef nearly melts in your mouth, and the tartness from the sauce makes it sing. The Tempura Onions are a nice crunchy offset to the tender beef. All in all a very successful meal. You need to try it yourself. Video equipment and crew not required.  
Posted in: Beef
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