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Friday, January 14, 2011

Ott A's Iron Chef Challenge-Soup Round

Have you entered Ott, A's Iron Chef Challenge yet? This month is sponsored by Maple Leaf Farms in northern Indiana. You can check out my first entry, "Ducky-yaki" here.

We had a little left over duck, so I figured I'd go all Iron Chef style and make a few other duck courses. Today's recipe is Duck Soup.



What you'll need:

Cooked duck, cut into pieces - about a cup
Duck stock made from the duck bones - enough to fill a 2 qt sauce pan 1/2 -2/3 full
Diced carrots, green onions, celery, mushrooms, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts - about 2 cups total, adjust according to taste
Sesame Seed Oil - a few splashes
Salt to taste
Rice noodles

Bring stock to a light boil and add diced veggies.

Cover and simmer on low until veggies soften. Add cooked duck, salt, and sesame seed oil. Continue simmering, covered, until heated throughout.

While soup is heating, prepare rice noodles. I love these things! Just place in a glass bowl, cover with hot water and let stand for 10 minutes! Too easy!

When noodles are prepared, chop coarsely and place about 1/3 cup in the bottom of soup bowl. Ladle hot soup on top and serve!

I can't believe it! Not only was the soup amazing, the husband even ate the entire bowl without complaining about the celery!

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12 comments:

Cranberry Morning said...

That looks delicious! I haven't used rice noodles for a very long time. Time to go to the grocer!

1grown2togo said...

Sonds delish!! Thank you for the ew recipe Following you from Feed Me Friday via GFC & emails~Shari

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ceodraiocht said...

Thanks for sharing with the Decidedly Healthy or Horridly Decadent blog hop! This looks so absolutely luscious. Sent you the blog badge code in email (if you want the hop code as well, let me know).
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Lisa said...

I bet this duck soup beats chicken soup any day.

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Christy said...

ooh...what a great way to use duck...this looks simply luxurious! i am entering the iron chef challenge too...but not with anything as exciting as this! thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!

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Leah @ Beyer Beware said...

This sounds supper yummy! Love the subtle Asian flavors to it. Maybe my husband wouldn't notice;) thanks for linking up to HMM!

Ott, A. said...

Nice! I like the rice noodles as I think it gives it a nice Asian touch.

Marybeth @ AlarmClockWars said...

Love this recipe! I think I will need to try it this weekend on my leftover duck.