Duck breasts with oyster sauce and mushrooms
Ingredients 2 duck breasts 1 tbsp groundnut oil 4 shallots 2 cloves garlic, crushed 2 tbsps oyster sauce 125g (5oz) fresh mushrooms salt & black pepper to taste Method This is a quick and simple Chinese-style dish full of flavour. Allow one duck breast p
2 duck breasts
1 tbsp groundnut oil
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2 cloves garlic, crushed
2 tbsps oyster sauce
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125g (5oz) fresh mushrooms
salt & black pepper to taste
This is a quick and simple Chinese-style dish full of flavour. Allow one duck breast per person.
In a large frying-pan, heat the oil and gently fry the sliced shallots for a minute.
Add the duck breasts and garlic and brown on each side, then lower the heat and add the oyster sauce and the mushrooms, wiped and sliced.
Add a little salt to the mushrooms, cover the frying-pan and cook for about 10 minutes or less if you like your duck breasts really pink inside.
Add the freshly-ground black pepper and serve hot, with the duck breasts sliced cross-ways into strips.