Korean duck recipe

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  • #78036

    Cornelius B.
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    Hello Maangchi,

    Don´t they eat duck in Korea? It´s something I´m missing in your recipes. Perhaps fried or roasted duck with some spicy or sweet-sour sauce, or something like the sauce for Dakgangjeong. I´ll be looking forward to that!

  • #78040

    sanne
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    They do, but it’s a often high-priced specialty.

    De-bone the duck, cut the meat across the grain into attractive- looking pieces – and grill them like you would samgyeopsal; the same side-dishes and soup apply.

    Bye, Sanne.

  • #78041

    Cornelius B.
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    Thank you Sanne! And what dipping sauce do I use? Also Ssamjang, or another? And could I marinate the duck, like in Maekjeok or Bulgogi?

  • #78042

    sanne
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    You’re welcome!
    Yes; same dipping sauce. No marinating of the meat necessary, but you should provide means to let the fat run off, either by a pan with a hole in the middle or to the side or a slightly tilted teryaki-style griddle plate.
    That’s the reasonably priced (dead cheap, to be exact ;-)) place in Seoul (near Central Station) where we used to eat 오리 a lot, but (if I recall correctly) nowadays, you have to order that in advance (24 hours at least): http://naver.me/F4PE4CdO
    The other food there is excellent, too; you may sit on the floor or at tables western-style.

    Bye, Sanne.

  • #84402

    Howell Teacher
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    I know this is over a year old but I had to chime in because there are many more ways to eat duck in Korea, from ori bossam (like the pork dish, with duck) to yuhwang ori (sulfur duck). The best though is hunje ori (smoked duck). In our town, which Seolites consider the countryside full of bumbkins, there were several smoked duck places, all with the same setup: outdoor smoker, using oak, then grilled alongside the optional Jeju Heuk Dwaeji (litterly “dirt pig” from Jeju).

    Hunje ori was the default dish for duck in Ulsan. When ever a co-teacher would say, “Ori mogolo galeyo?” this was the dish they were suggesting.

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