Duck Egg Noodles - Siu Yuk - Peanut and Sesame

Updated: 3 days ago





Intro:


For this recipe I simply wanted to come up with something that uses various Chinese techniques and create something simple and delicious. If I was a street food hawker based in china this is most likely something that would be on the menu! For the pork I went with a classic Siu Yuk (crispy pork belly), some fresh duck egg noodles and to bring everything together nicely a simple hot pot style sesame, chilli oil, soy and peanut sauce! Even writing this intro makes me want to make it again as it was that delicious! As making a good crispy pork takes 2 days to make I will start with that, however, this can also be cooked immediately if time is an issue. Let's cook!


Cook Time: 2 hours / Prep Time including noodles: 2 hours


To serve 4-6


Ingredients:


Siu Yuk:


1kg pork belly slab (boneless)

30ml rice vinegar

2 tbsp sea salt for skin

30ml cooking oil for brushing

2 tbsp chinese 5 spice

1 tbsp garlic salt

1 tbsp onion salt

1 tsp black pepper

1 tbsp fine pepper flakes or smoked paprika

2 tbsp white or brown sugar

1 tsp salt


Duck Egg Noodles:


200g whole duck egg (approx 3)

60ml cold water

500g bread flour

1 tsp salt

cornflour for dusting


Sauces:


4-5 garlic cloves

3 tbsp toasted sesame seeds

5 tbsp smooth peanut butter

4 tbsp chilli oil

5 tbsp sesame oil

3-4 tbsp light soy

3 tbsp black rice vinegar