The dried duck broth is a special dish of Hangzhou, Zhejiang. It buys ducks in Hangzhou for three days, with Hangzhou Tianmushan dried bamboo shoots, and adds Jinhua ham. It tastes like a dish! There are always guests who come to have this dish to entertain, and they all eat up. It is difficult to buy such a duck in Beijing now, which is brought back to Hangzhou by the "11". In fact, this dish is the most trouble-free, it is best to burn. Now I want to share it for everyone, the first time I write, if you can't, please give me a lot of advice.
Wash the bamboo shoots first with water and remove a little salty taste, then soak in cold water for two hours, do not pour out the water that has been soaked! Wait for use, cut off the oldest (chai) section, the dried bamboo shoots are half-opened and ready for use. Cut the ham into slices and use it.
The ducks have bought the hair and the internal organs have been cleaned, as long as the fine hair is removed, the remaining internal organs are dug up and washed, the duck buttocks are cut off, and the duck butt is cut again! (has a bad smell)
The whole duck can also be cut into small pieces and large pieces. It depends on the size of your pot. The duck pieces are placed in the pot, and the water is poured into the water.
At the same time, put ginger pieces (knocking flat), onion knotting, rice wine 20m glutinous rice, ham slices, boil over high heat, remove the floating floats, turn to low heat and simmer for one and a half hours to add soaked dried bamboo shoots, do not put bamboo shoots water. Slowly cook for an hour and a half after boiling.
Almost good, taste salty, if it's light, pour a little bit of salt water to soak the dried bamboo shoots. If it's salty, add some water until you are satisfied.
1, duck butt must be cut off. 2, the soup should be bigger, do not put salt. 3, ham meat should be washed with hot water, cut off the yellowing and odor part, it looks fresher. 4, do not pour out the dried bamboo shoots, can not be poured into the pot, otherwise it is too salty and salty!