Orange Juice Duck

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Duck legs are marinated overnight in fresh orange juice, they are then panfried with fresh lemongrass, galangal, ginger and garlic until golden brown then the orange juice is added back in along with palm sugar, salt, soy sauce. The dish is then slow cooked until the duck is soft and tender and the sauce reduced.

Orange Juice Duck is one of the dishes that hold a lot memories for our family. First, it's a childhood memory from my hometown which produces the most juicy and sweetest of green Cambodian oranges. We cooked this dish with chicken originally as a countryside kind of food. When I first cooked it in Australia it was for my son's first birthday because I thought it would be a lovely dish for my guests. Since that day, I've had a lot of feedback and people were asking me for the recipe. We always cook this dish when the weather is getting cold because it is such a warming dish in winter. 

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  • Contains: Soybeans and soybean products, fish and fish products

    Ingredients: Duck Leg, fresh orange juice, lemongrass, galangal, ginger, garlic, kaffir-lime leaf, salt, soy sauce, palm sugar

    Reheating Instructions: If you use the oven, preheat the oven 180c and transfer it from container to a baking tray, cover with foil and heat for 15-20 minutes. If you use microwave, place in a microwave safe dish and microwave for 2 or 3 minutes until it is piping hot.

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Portion Sizing Information


As a guide:

Protein per serve = 150 - 200g 
Total Weight per serve = 300 - 400g
Anything less than these weights are tagged as "LIGHT MEALS"

To help you decide on portion sizing:

 1 Adult 1 Serving
2 Adults 2 Servings
2 Adults & 2 Children under 10  3 Servings
2 Adults, 1 Child under 10 and 1 Older Child 3 Servings