How to Make Delicious Duck Soup in under 30 Minutes is the answer for a Friday night dinner! All made in one pot. If you’re not familiar with my Wok Star approach to cooking yet, I don’t use recipes or measuring, so this One Dish Delicious Duck Soup is a perfect example of that approach. Once you get this process down, you can use any protein or vegetables to make this one pot soup dinner!
Here’s a simple process…
Use whatever vegetables you have!
Start with your favorite stock. I use Costco Kirkland Signature Chicken Stock or Trader Joe’s Miso Ginger Broth.
Dash of San-J tamari, sprinkle of medium drinking sherry and white pepper and squirt of lime or lemon juice.
Add vegetables…One type of vegetables at a time.
Daikon takes most time, it gives a wonderful, sweet flavor.
Mustard greens. I was so annoyed, I overcooked them cause so focused on taking photos & videos! See how color is not bright green. I should have scooped out all the vegetables and put in soup bowls.
Enoki mushrooms & shredded ginger. Fresh ginger is readily available, cheap and is one of two main ingredients I use in most of my cooking. The other is garlic. You don’t need to peel it, just wash and slice thin, then shred. A thumb size is all you need, it can be quite “spicy”, otherwise.
For health benefits of ginger, check what functional doctor, Dr. Josh Axe says about the wonders of ginger!
Last, halve ready cooked duck legs and add to soup and warm through on low heat. Don’t overcook to prevent them getting tough and dry. Add in white sliced scallions.
Add duck to vegetables and reheat soup so it’s piping hot and pour over everything. Garnish with chopped green part of scallion. Done!
Best served with kimchi, this is radish kimchi by Angry Booch I get from Legion Park Farmer’s Market in Upper Eastside Miami or order online.
ENJOY! Do you have a similar one pot soup dinner you like to make? Share with us.
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