2 Reviews

Simple and delicious really does describe this soup. Vanessa, this is wonderful! I had to use ginger, rather than galangal and I did add the bok choy. My Chinese BBQ man chopped the duck for me, all I had to do was remove the bones. I wasn't sure whether to include the skin and, in the end I did because it was such a beautiful color and added so much to the soup. Comfort food to the max on a cold rainy day like we had today! Vanessa's instructions are so clear and to the point. Thanks so much Vanessa, my husband inhaled this, I'll be making this again and again.....

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Hey Jude October 25, 2003

This was good-a true one dish meal and great on a cold night. I also added some of the crispier less fatty skin. If I made this again, I would use all stock (and no water) as I think the flavour of the broth just lacked "something". I used the bok choy, but the bunch I bought contained 3 whole plants-three of those bunches would have been too much, so I just used 2 big fresh plants from my bunch.

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JustJanS August 12, 2006
BBQ Duck And Ramen Soup