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Barbecue Duck Salad In Chive & Sesame Crêpes

House Home Photo Barbecue Duck Salad In Chive & Sesame Crêpes Recipe

Try this Asian-inspired appetizer recipe as a starter at your next holiday party.

Ingredients: 

Filling
1/2 barbecue duck, meat removed and sliced into thin slivers
1 cup carrot, julienned
1 cup daikon, julienned
1 cup red pepper, julienned
3 stalks green onion, sliced on long bias
2 tbsp hoisin sauce
*all vegetables should be cut into 3" pieces

Crêpes
1 cup flour
2 egg
1/2 tsp sesame oil
1 tsp vegetable oil
2 cups milk
1 bunch chives, chopped
1 tbsp black sesame seeds
Pinch salt and pepper
Vegetable spray for cooking

Instructions: 

Step 1: With a whisk, evenly blend flour, eggs and oils. Gradually whisk in milk to avoid lumps. Add chives, sesame seeds and seasoning and let rest 30 minutes.

Step 2: Evenly spray a 10" non-stick pan with the vegetable spray and place over medium heat.

Step 3: Ladle approximately 2 oz. of batter into pan, swirling to evenly coat bottom.

Step 4: Cook until edges begin to brown, then flip and cook for 1 minute longer. Set aside to cool, and repeat. (Crêpes can be made ahead and kept refrigerated or frozen.)

Step 5: Cut each crêpe in quarters and lay out separately.

Step 6: Lay a pinch of each vegetable, a drop of the hoisin and 1 tsp chopped duck over the curved edge of the crêpe, leaving 1" sticking out.

Step 7: Fold point of crêpe over filling and roll into a cone. Serve cool.

Makes 30 individual crepes

Author: 

Sebastien Centner, Eatertainment

Photographer: 

Jackie Goodlin

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