Quick & easy these are simple to prepare and very morish


  • 1 cup Chinese Roasted Duck skin on - heated

  • 1 cup spring onion cut into thin lengths

  • 1 cup Cucumber cut into thin lengths

  • 0.25 cup Hoisin sauce

  • 1 tablespoon sesame seed

  • 10 Mandarin pancakes


  • 1.

    Lay the pancakes out on the bench and using a pastry brush spread the hoi sin sauce over the pancake

  • 2.

    Place some warm duck meat, spring onion, cucumber and sesame seeds on the pancake

  • 3.

    Roll into a cigar shape

  • 4.

    Cut in half on the diagonal if you wish and serve.

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Posted by hungry girlReport
Hey guys, the recipe title above is just part of the template on the site ... it is the same for every recipe. I think this is a good concept (cheat/bastardised or not) and for those who are not up to cooking a peking duck (let's face it, probably most of us) this is a simple way to eat it at home. I think anything that encourages people to get into the kitchen, no matter how simple, is a great thing. - hg
Posted by Rene3Report
Bio good! Again, it doesn't matter if one has tried Peking Duck in Bejing or the top Chinese restaurant anywhere else in the world. All I am saying is that the peking duck rolls any chinese restaurants in the UK are excellent. I love the way they shred the meat, not slice it. Delicious! If I could buy the same variety of duck here, I would be making them all the time. No Chinese restaurant in Perth has them on their menu.
Posted by Captain CookReport
If you do a search on Peking Duck you will find my recipe for Peking Style Roast Duck which can be roasted on a BBQ or in an oven. As for the abuse comment, I fail to see anywhere where I have abused anyone except for one comment that I made to Jane to which I publically apologised to her immediately after posting it.
If you would like a recipe for a specific type of meat/dish for the BBQ, put a post in my member page and I will be happy to try and help you out.
Posted by Rene3Report
It is the method of a recipe. So what if you buy everything cooked/prepared. Most aussies wouldn't even have tried them so yes, call it a recipe.
Posted by Captain CookReport
Check-out my bio.
Posted by Rene3Report
Well what you and Captain Cook have to do is find a recipe for the duck and pancakes and cook them yourselves and then you can call it a recipe.
Posted by Rene3Report
Captain Cook, You have no idea about Peking Duck Rolls, as you obviously haven't tried them because if you had you would be a fan and wouldn't write negative comments about them . The UK do not serve bastardised versions. I have eaten them in some top restaurants in the UK and they always prepare them the same way. Yes, Peking Duck is served in slices but for these rolls the meat should be shredded. The full duck gets shredded on the platter at the table in front of guests. Perhaps you should try them before commenting. People always tend to say that if the food isn't prepared in Asia then it isn't authentic - this narrowmindedness!
Posted by Captain CookReport
As I said that is the bastardised way, but if you think it is ok and satisfied with average then fair enough. I don't want to rain on your parade. One question though have you ever had Peking Duck in Bejing at one of the famous Peking Duck restaurants, you will understand what I mean then. - Enjoy
Posted by Rene3Report
I always ordered these at chinese restaurants in the UK, the best ever! The duck breast they used was "Aylesbury" which you cannot get over here. The meat was always shredded with 2 forks and the skin was always very crispy. Can someone convince me, if I buy a duck from an asian market here in Perth that I will get the exact texture that of the shredded crispy duck in the UK???
Posted by Captain CookReport
The Peking Duck that you got in the UK was a bastardised version of the Asian dish. There are a couple of places in Northbridge which specialise in Peking Duck (the right way). The meat is not supposed to be shredded. Peking duck is served with thin slices of skin and the underlying meat.