Chinese Style Duck Fried Rice

duck fried rice

A Chinese style duck fried rice recipe, that is another one of my easy meals. I have really missed eating Chinese food since being diagnosed with coeliac disease. My Chinese takeaways were but a distant memory, until I recently found a few Chinese takeaways in London, but what can be better than making your own Chinese inspired meal?! After my success with my Chinese chicken stir fry recipe, I decided to use rice and duck for this one.

I simply fried the duck, chopped some vegetables, boiled some rice, mixed it all together with a Chinese gluten free sauce and hey presto it was done! You could experiment with other meat like chicken or beef, or even make a special fried rice with prawns too. My mum and I loved it, and shall continue to use Pak Choi in more of our cooking, as it’s always good to add new ingredients!

I never used to eat that much Pak Choi, but I really love the sweetness of it, and the benefits of it give us protein, dietary fibre and almost all the essential vitamins and minerals.

pak choi

So if you want to make this colourful, easy peasy meal, then below is the recipe for my Chinese style duck fried rice!

duck fried rice

Chinese style duck fried rice

Delicious chinese style gluten free duck fried rice

Course Main Course
Cuisine Chinese
Keyword chinese, duck, fried rice, gluten free
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 3
Author The Gluten Free Greek

Ingredients

  • 400g 2 duck breast fillets
  • 300g pak choi
  • 2 peppers
  • 300 g 1 1/2 cup of white basmati rice
  • handful frozen peas
  • 1 tin sweetcorn
  • 120 g blue dragon sweet chilli sauce
  • 5 spring onions

Instructions

  1. Fry the duck breast fillings to your liking in a frying pan. I like mine quite well done and crispy. 

  2. Boil the white rice, with the sweetcorn and peas and once cooked, drain and then add to your wok, with a drizzle of oil, along with the chopped peppers and diced spring onions. 

  3. Chop the ends of the pak choi and add the pak choi leaves as they are and add to boiling water for around 5 minutes. 

  4. Drain and then add the pak choi leaves into the wok. 

  5. Chop the fried duck breast and add to the wok, and give it all a good mix. 

  6. Add in the sweet chilli sauce and you are good to go! 

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