Duck & Deep Fried Tofu (Aburaage) Millefeuille

The crunch of the deep fried tofu really makes this dish.

Recipe By: Yukiko (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/37)
Serves 2 Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Duck breast fillet 1/2
Deep fried tofu (aburaage) 1
Fig 1
French beans as required
Salt as required
Seasonings:
Mirin 1 tbsp
Miso (white) 1.5 tsp
Ginger juice a little

Method

1
Sprinkle the duck breast with the salt and keep aside for 10 minutes. Put in a frying pan skin side down (no oil) on medium heat. When browned, turn it over and fry until brown.
2
Put into a preheated oven 180C for 4-5 minutes.
3
Wrap the duck in foil to rest for 5 minutes.
4
Slice the fig and put in the oven for 10 minutes.
5
Cut open the tofu and toast under a grill until nice and crispy. Divide into 4.
6
Microwave the mirin for 20 seconds to evaporate the alcohol, then mix with all the seasoning ingredients in a bowl to make a miso dressing.
7
Slice the duck from Step 3 thinly.
8
Layer the duck, fig, tofu and sliced cooked French beans on a serving dish. Pour over the miso dressing and serve.

Tips & Note

●Don't overcook the duck otherwise it will lose all its flavour
●Use scissors to slice open the tofu

Duck & Deep Fried Tofu (Aburaage) Millefeuille

The crunch of the deep fried tofu really makes this dish.

Recipe By: Yukiko (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/37)

Serves 2

Cook: 25 min

Ingredients

Duck breast fillet 1/2
Deep fried tofu (aburaage) 1
Fig 1
French beans as required
Salt as required
Seasonings:
Mirin 1 tbsp
Miso (white) 1.5 tsp
Ginger juice a little

Duck & Deep Fried Tofu (Aburaage) Millefeuille

Recipe ID :1466 Posted on 17 DEC 2015

Serves 2

Cook 25min
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The crunch of the deep fried tofu really makes this dish.

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Method

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25min
1
Sprinkle the duck breast with the salt and keep aside for 10 minutes. Put in a frying pan skin side down (no oil) on medium heat. When browned, turn it over and fry until brown.
2
Put into a preheated oven 180C for 4-5 minutes.
3
Wrap the duck in foil to rest for 5 minutes.
4
Slice the fig and put in the oven for 10 minutes.
5
Cut open the tofu and toast under a grill until nice and crispy. Divide into 4.
6
Microwave the mirin for 20 seconds to evaporate the alcohol, then mix with all the seasoning ingredients in a bowl to make a miso dressing.
7
Slice the duck from Step 3 thinly.
8
Layer the duck, fig, tofu and sliced cooked French beans on a serving dish. Pour over the miso dressing and serve.

Tips & Note

●Don't overcook the duck otherwise it will lose all its flavour
●Use scissors to slice open the tofu

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