How Peking Duck Is Made | Food Skills
- Published on Nov 20, 2017
- Peking duck has long been a staple in NYC. But at Decoy, chef Joe Ng is taking the classic Chinese dish to new heights. Known for its crispy, golden skin and tender meat, Peking duck is typically topped with hoisin and wrapped in thin pancakes. At Decoy, chef Ng has added toppings like sesame-peanut sauce, cranberry, and pico de gallo into the mix, putting a multi-cultural spin on more traditional Chinese fare. Decoy's duck-centric menu is perfect for Chinese-food fans looking to broaden their horizons.
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