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As straightforward as this dish may seem, the combination of excessive sweetness, saltiness and fat throw out a number of challenges to any potential wine matches. Few wines are up to the job. Enter Sparkling Shiraz. The best examples of this iconic Aussie wine style combine sweetness (great for balancing sweetness in food), tannin (great for navigating fatty textures) and bubbles (great for cleansing palates) to effortlessly create the perfect Peking duck wine. Check out examples from Seppelt, Rymil, Majella and Primo Estate.
Slice the duck across the breast as finely as you can.
Lay the pancakes out on a board and use either a small brush or the julienne leeks to brush the hoi sin over the surface of the pancakes.
Place some of the duck meat onto the pancakes along with some spring onion and leek.
Roll the pancake up and go for it.
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