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Best Recipe To Make Mixed Siamese Duck Vermicelli (Bún Ngan Trộn) With 5 Steps

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Mixed Siamese Duck Vermicelli (Bún Ngan Trộn) – A Unique Dish Of Vietnamese Cuisine

Recipe by Anne TranCourse: Duck, Recipes, Rice vermicelli (Bún), Vietnamese noodles


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Mixed siamese duck vermicelli – Bún ngan trộn is now quite popular and loved by many people. The delicious, strange, and unique mixed vermicelli is not a bad choice for days when you want to change your taste. Let’s go to the kitchen and make mixed siamese duck vermicelli for your family.
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  • Siamese duck : 1.2-1.5kg

  • Fresh vermicelli with small fibers: 1kg

  • Dried onions, and roasted peanuts (can be bought or processed at home)

  • Basil, Chinese coriander, bean sprouts, and mixed vegetables with vermicelli (depending on preference)

  • Mixing vermicelli sauce including fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, garlic, chili


  • Step 1: Preliminary siamese duck when buying
    You will choose the one that is not too big and not too small. Should choose siamese duck not overpriced because the meat will be tough and fatty after boiling. From 1.2-1.5kg is enough for the dish.
    You will wash the outside, and inside with a little salt and fresh lemon. Make sure the geese need to be cleaned before boiling. Helps to prevent siamese duck from being fouled during processing. After cleaning the meat, you will wash it again before boiling it.
  • Step 2: Boil siamese duck
    Prepare a pot of water on the stove. When the water boils, you will put the siamese duck in and bring it to a boil. To keep the siamese duck meat fragrant and the siamese duck meat not foul. You can boil siamese duck with a little salt, red onion, and fragrant grilled ginger. Boil the siamese duck over low heat for about 25 minutes.
    During the process of boiling the siamese duck, note that you should turn the siamese duck frequently so that the geese’s meat is cooked evenly. When the siamese duck has had enough time to boil and you have seen the meat cooked. We will put the siamese duck meat in a bowl of water, which will help the siamese duck keep the sweetness of the meat. And the siamese duck skin still retains its crispiness.
    Let the siamese duck cool down and go to work on the next parts.
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  • Step 3: Prepare the remaining ingredients
    While waiting for the siamese duck to cool, wash the accompanying vegetables, drain the water, and then chop finely. You can use basil, Chinese coriander, bean sprouts, or green onions mixed together.
    Onions are peeled, washed, and finely chopped. Stir-fry the purple onion to make it dry and mix it with vermicelli.
    Peanuts are bought and roasted. After that, you will pound the peanuts and also mix them with vermicelli.
    Finally, filter the siamese duck meat and cut it into bite-sized pieces.
  • Step 4: Mix sweet and sour fish sauce mixed with vermicelli
    Garlic, chili washed and finely chopped.
    The recipe for making fish sauce is very simple: 1 tablespoon sugar + 1 tablespoon fish sauce + 1 tablespoon vinegar (or soup) + 2 tablespoons water. Finally, minced garlic and chili. Stir well and the fish sauce is complete.
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  • Step 5: Finish the mixed siamese duck vermicelli
    Vermicelli you will be exposed to boiling water to reduce the acidity. Place the vermicelli in a bowl and then add the filtered goose meat. For the herbs, the price has been bare, and then sprinkle mixed fish sauce. Add dried onions, roasted peanuts, a little bit of pickled spicy bamboo shoots. Mix it all up and enjoy. Now you have a bowl of Bún ngan trộn, let’s enjoy it!

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