For an entree designed for nibbling, try this quick and easy recipe idea from Luke Mangan.
Buy a roasted duck from a Chinese barbecue takeaway shop. The par-cooked crepes are found in the freezer section of Chinese supermarkets. They are called "Crepes for Beijing roast duck" and cost about $2.
1 Chinese roasted duck
1 tsp olive oil
12 par-cooked crepes
1 leek, white part only, cut into fine strips
3 red chillies, seeded and finely sliced
- Remove the meat from the duck and discard the bones and fat. Cut the meat into small pieces, or pull it apart. Heat the olive oil in a frying pan and fry the duck meat, moving it around the pan over high heat, until it becomes crisp.
- Meanwhile, gently pan-fry the crepes for about a minute each side. Place a little duck, some leek and chilli in the centre and roll them up.
- Serve warm with oyster sauce for dipping.