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Roasted Duck Soup

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This soup will warm you up on a cold day!

Ingredients

  • 3 pounds Pork Bones
  • 1 whole Chicken Carcass
  • 10 quarts Water
  • 1 whole Dried Squid, Roasted
  • 1 whole Onion, Skinned And Sliced In Half
  • 1 piece Ginger, 6 Inch Size, Cut In Half Lengthwise
  • 6 Tablespoons Fish Sauce
  • 6 teaspoons Light Soy Sauce
  • 8 teaspoons Sugar
  • 2 teaspoons Five Spice Powder
  • 2 packages Wonton Noodles, 400 Grams Each
  • 2 whole Chinese Roasted Ducks, Store Bought, Cut Into Bite Sized Pieces, Skin On
  • 6 whole Green Onion Stalks, Sliced Thin
  • 1 cup Cilantro, Chopped Small
  • 1 bag Baby Bok Choy, Ends Cut Off, 20-30 Count Bag
  • 2 whole Limes, Cut Into 6 Pieces Each

Preparation

Place all the bones and chicken carcass into a pot that holds at least 12 quarts of water. Put enough water in the pot to cover the bones. Put on high heat. Bring to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes or so. There will be alot of scum that rises to the top. When you see this the water can be dumped out even if it hasn’t been 5 minutes. See my blog for pictures. Rinse the bones to get the scum off of them. Put the bones back in the pot with 10 quarts of water. Put it back on the stove over high heat.

While the bones are boiling, roast your dried squid. Place it in a dry pan over medium heat and cook until fragrant, flip over and do the same to the other side. Add to the pot of bones after they have been rinsed off.

Skin the onion and cut it in half. Turn another burner on high, put the ginger and onion directly on the burner. Let the ginger and onion cook until blackened on the first side then turn it over and repeat. Rinse them off with water and add them to the pot.

Put the fish sauce, soy sauce, sugar, and 5 spice powder into the pot. Bring the water back to a boil. Turn down the heat to low, cover and cook for at least 6 hours. I actually like to cook it overnight.

When it’s done, boil some water in another medium sized pot. Cook noodles according to package instructions.

You can strain the broth into a separate pot and discard the bones and squid if you like. I eat the soup for two days, so I like to leave everything in the pot and let it sit in the fridge overnight. I find it has a better taste the next day. When I reheat it the next day I heat it up with the bones. If you freeze the broth for another use, discard the bones and squid.

Divide noodles into bowls. Put the cut pieces of roasted duck, a handful of green onion, baby bok choy and cilantro in each bowl as well. Pour the broth over top. The broth will warm up the duck. Garnish with Sriracha, Hoisin sauce, a squeeze of lime.

If you are making smaller portions decrease the amount of everything used except for the amount of ginger and onion you burn. Use one 5-6 inch piece of ginger and 1 whole onion. To see pictures of the different steps visit my blog.

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