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Duck Tongue - 2 Lbs.

Duck Tongue - 2 Lbs.
Duck Tongue - 2 Lbs.
Item# ducktongue2lbs
Regular price: $69.99
Sale price: $59.99

Product Description

Duck Tongue - 2 Lbs.

For lovers of the delicacy, the question as to what makes the organ so prized is a no-brainer. Surrounded by a faint hint of meat and papery thin layers of cartilage, duck tongue is predominately a vehicle for juicy pockets of fat. At barely two inches in length, the tongue is small and flimsy, yet its taste is intensely ducklike. When freshly fried, duck tongues are positively addicting with a crisp surface and a creamy, slightly fatty interior that melts in your mouth. Like potato chips or pork cracklings, one tongue is never enough.


1 pound duck tongue, rinsed and dried 2 teaspoons soy sauce 1 teaspoon rice wine, such as sake or Shaoxing 1/2 teaspoon white pepper Chili sauce or cayenne pepper, to taste 1/2 of egg white, beaten 1 tablespoon cornstarch 2 cups oil, for frying Procedures To prepare the marinade: Combine the soy sauce, rice wine, white pepper, and chili sauce in a bowl. Add the duck tongues and mix evenly. Leave them in the marinade for half an hour, turning occasionally.

Remove the duck tongues from the mixture, but do not wipe dry. Add the egg white and the cornstarch to the duck tongues and mix evenly.

Meanwhile, bring the oil to 350F at the base of a wok. Gently slip the duck tongues into the oil, taking care not to splash the surface. Stir the tongues around slowly in the oil to prevent sticking.

Deep-fry 1 to 2 minutes, until the tongues are golden-brown and crisp. Remove the tongues from the wok and let them blot briefly on a paper towel. (Depending on how much oil you want to use, cook the tongues in batches.) Serve while crisp and piping hot.

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