Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce
Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce is a easy chinese home cooking, with a nice combination of different colors. This dish is delicious.
Duck eggs contain more of most nutrients than chicken eggs. For example, duck eggs contain 64mg of calcium per 100grams of egg, compared to 49mg of calcium for the same amount of chicken egg. Duck Eggs also provide more iron (3.85mg), thiamine (.156mg) and vitamin B-12 (5.40mcg) than do chicken eggs. Duck eggs are purchased through local farms and over the Internet. They work in most recipes calling for chicken eggs.
Recipe: Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce
Taste: Salty and delicious.
Features: The dish has a nice combination of different colors.
Ingredients for Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce:
10 duck eggs
100 grams (1/5 cup) distillers’ grain (to be found in Chinese grocery stores)
30 grams (5 tsp) salt
10 grams (1/3 oz) ginger
10 grams (1/3 oz) scallions
500 grams (1 cup) cooking wine
3 grams (1/10 oz) Chinese prickly ash
Method to cook Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce:
1, Add 500 g (1 cup) of water in a pot and add the salt, sectioned scallions and ginger chunks and bring to a boil. Put this in a container already containing the Chinese prickly ash. Add the cooking wine and distiller’s grain and let it stand for 20 minutes.
2, Boil the eggs. Remove the shells when they are cool and put into the sauce, put the cover on the container and place in the refrigerator for 3 to 6 hours.
3, Take out, cut into halves or quarters before serving. Enjoy this Duck Eggs in Wine Sauce dish.