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Duck kway teow noodles in a box

Duck kway teow, a popular stir-fried rice noodle dish, in a box for kid's snacks.
duck kway teow in a box



1.Remove meat, leaving skin on, from duck; discard bones and any fat. Slice meat thinly.
2.Cook sausages, uncovered, in medium pan of boiling water for 15 minutes; drain. When cool enough to handle, slice thinly.
3.Meanwhile, cut each noodle sheet into 2cm strips. Place in colander; rinse under warm water to separate noodles. Drain.
4.Heat half of the oil in wok; stir-fry sausage until browned and crisp. Add duck, onion and chilli; stir-fry until duck is heated through. Transfer sausage and duck mixture to large bowl; cover to keep warm.
5.Heat remaining oil in same wok; stir-fry noodles until heated through. Return duck mixture to wok with combined sauces, sugar, garlic and sambal; stir-fry until combined and heated through.
6.Add chives off the heat; toss gently to combine. Serve kway teow in takeaway boxes.

The 12 boxes called for here, Chinese takeaway food containers, come in various sizes and colours and are available from some homeware shops, craft stores and party outlets. Chinese sausages and fresh rice noodle sheets are available at all Asian food stores and some supermarkets. Chinese barbecued chicken or pork can be substituted for the duck, if desired.


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