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Very good! I made Duck for me & chicken for my dh. I reduced the amount & converted it - 4 tablespoons each of the soy sauce & hoisin sauce. 2 tablespoons each of oyster sauce, honey & rice wine vinegar. I also boiled the leftover marinade to make a sauce. We enjoyed this very much. Thanks for sharing!

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Feej May 06, 2009

This was excellent!!! I absolutely love the marinade it is a perfect marinade for duck. I crisped the skin up real good and I loved the tender meat of the duck with super crispy skin. I boiled the leftover marinade, added a little extra hoisin sauce and served it on the side as a dipping sauce it was soooo good. I served over stir-fried veg which was perfect. This will definitely become one of my favourite ways to make duck. Thanks Jan for a super recipe

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The Flying Chef October 14, 2008

Jan, I hope you've had a chance to make this recipe because it's fantastic. I made this using one duck, quartered, and marinated for about 7 hours. It's hot here today so I grilled it over indirect heat on my gas grill, so essentially, it was like cooking it in an oven. Of course, since my pieces were bone-in, they took longer to cook, about an hour and 15 minutes. They were beautiful, browned and crisp and very delicious. Thanks Jan!

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Hey Jude June 25, 2008
Cha Siew Duck