17 Aug2007


Still more leftover duck meat? How about some duck fried rice with damson plum and port sauce? Simply heat up a pan, add some duck or vegetable fat, cooked rice, some shredded roasted duck, the leftover gravy, and or some additional soy sauce if necessary, maybe some chopped green onions and salt and pepper and sauté until done. You could also add some shredded veggies, overdone scrambled eggs that have been sliced thinly, etc. for endless variations on a theme… Yum.




  1. Marilou See says:

    Good raining day!

    Yum, Yum….you should also include some peanuts to it. This is a lot similar to our local kiampong (Chinese fried rice).

    But do you think this small bowl can feed a big appetite(?) like yours? :P


    Aug 17, 2007 | 10:09 am


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  3. allen says:

    Definitely peanuts and chili flakes too! Now where can I get this duck? ;)

    Aug 17, 2007 | 10:46 am

  4. tings says:

    And mushrooms too! Oh and I love the presentation. You inspire me!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 11:19 am

  5. Maria Clara says:

    The endless life of duck brings joy pre and post celebration!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 12:01 pm

  6. lee says:

    how many ducks quacked their last quack for your dinner?

    I want to eat four bowls of that duck fried rice with a bowl of duck noodles now. Now! 12:56 p.m. Rainy Friday….

    Aug 17, 2007 | 12:57 pm

  7. Marketman says:

    lee, two ducks for 5 adults, 2 kids. 2 other kids ate the chicken. We had a substantial amount of duck leftovers, hece the soup and fried rice… It’s pouring where I sit in Manila right now, and yes, a noodle soup would be perfect just about now… MC, amazing how far one can stretch a duck… Allen, Tings & Marilou, all of those suggestions sound good!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 1:05 pm

  8. suzette says:

    leftover duck meat as filling for soft/hard tacos too!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 1:09 pm

  9. millet says:

    rainy even in bacolod, lee (that’s where you are, right?). it’s sunny in davao, it’s kadayawan week, and we just got home from the beach. wish you were all here this week, because the rambutan and mangosteen are going for as low as P15/kilo, while durian and lanzones are P30/kilo.

    rain or shine, roast duck fried rice would be dreamy….(and i remembered my big chinese plate that my maid broke last year….)

    Aug 17, 2007 | 4:53 pm

  10. alicia says:

    Oh my , I want that bowl of duck rice now!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 5:08 pm

  11. Marketman says:

    millet, WHAT?! P15 a kilo for mangosteen, it is still P100-120 in Cebu, I have 48 10 oz bottles just waiting for them to drop to P30 a kilo so I can make jam for the holidays!!! I am so wanting mangosteen for P15 a kilo!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 5:19 pm

  12. angel mae says:

    ohhh looks so yummy!!!i never tired to eat duck meat in my life,but because of your post about this MM ill try to eat it if ill go home in our province,it looks so yummy!!!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 5:45 pm

  13. Jade186 says:

    This is like, ‘What to do with leftover Thanksgiving turkey’. Duck, however, is a more versatile, tastier fowl, and more suitable to Asian tastes.
    I’d add some pan-toasted cashews, though, instead of peanuts. Peanuts can be quite hard and the morsels often gets stuck between my teeth.

    Aug 17, 2007 | 7:20 pm

  14. millet says:

    what, still P100 in cebu? i thought prices had gone down eveywhere, considering that davao is already bursting to the seams with fruit. the fruit stalls are overflowing, so the trucks from the farms simply park close to the sidewalks and sell from there. every few meters or so, you’ll find a baskets of rambutan, mangosteen and durian. the regular palengke price of mangosteen today was P20/kilo, but the trucks gave them at P15! they’re a bit small but very sweet this season, and i go through 2 kilos a day all by myself. anhi na diri, MM!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 10:40 pm

  15. buckythetarayslayer says:

    Perfect meal for a rainy day! Love the plate MM!

    Aug 17, 2007 | 10:42 pm

  16. chris says:

    I can’t believe I missed so many things. You have always been gracious in dealing with him MM, in spite of the comments that were obviously written in drunken stupor…

    I hope Mrs. MM had a wonderful birthday =)

    Aug 18, 2007 | 12:27 am

  17. zap says:

    Love fried rice, and I love those plates!! Now I wanna teleport myself to Davao for those mangosteen…

    Aug 18, 2007 | 4:48 am

  18. perkycinderella says:

    MM, I just bought a whole peking duck to devour tonight.I’ll try your recipes. Thanks – Liza

    Aug 18, 2007 | 6:31 am

  19. eej says:

    Millet, would love to trade places with you this very moment to get my grubby hands on those fruits! Can’t wait for Christmas ’08 for a planned visit to Davao. Have a mouthful of Rambutan & Mangosteens for me, will yah. Salamat gyud.

    Aug 18, 2007 | 7:06 am

  20. Dee Bee says:

    so jealous… it’s about AUD$16/kg here in australia which is roughly P590/kg. one piece is about $1.30 (P48)

    Aug 18, 2007 | 9:12 am

  21. fernando rincon says:

    Yuk, doesn’t look too good for a fried rice. The rice
    kernels seem to be quite plumb and moist.

    Aug 22, 2007 | 7:11 am

  22. CecileJ says:

    Fernando rincon, are you aridelros in disguise? Tsk, tsk, shame on you for forgetting your manners…or do you have any at all?

    Hay naku, sorry MM, I guess that is the price of fame. Daming naiinggit.

    Aug 23, 2007 | 9:31 am


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