Peking Duck and eggplant dish

906 co2 534 kcal

The famous peking duck from the Chinese ming dynasty is finally on our page with our vegan version, perfectly paired with eggplant.


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  • Peking Duck

  • 1


  • 2

    large carrots

  • 1


  • 2


    sesame oil

  • 600


    Vegan duck/chicken/other mock soy meat

  • 3.5


    hoisin sauce

  • Sesame seeds for garnish

  • 1 packet of peking duck pancakes

  • Hoisin sauce for filling pancakes

  • Chili sauce, optional

  • Eggplant dish

  • 3

    small eggplants

  • 1


  • Sesame oil

  • Dried chili flakes

  • Soy sauce

  • Salt to taste

  • Served best with white jasmine rice


  1. Start by chopping the ingredients for the eggplant dish, chop the onions, eggplants (2-inch vertical pieces), and mince the garlic.
  2. Now in a heated pan with sesame oil, caramelize the garlic and onions. Toss in the chopped eggplants and soy sauce, salt, and cover with a lid, and let it cook for 10-15 minutes or until eggplants are softer.
  3. Once it’s softened, add a couple tbs of chilli flakes, and stir till it’s all incorporated and coated.
  4. In the mean while start with the pecking duck.
  5. Dice the onions and chop the cucumber and carrots into matchsticks (vertically).
  6. Put aside the cucumbers and carrots into a plate, this will be used to put in the pecking duck pancakes!
  7. Chop the vegan duck into vertical 1-inch-long pieces, make sure it can fit into the pecking duck pancakes.
  8. Now, heat a pan with the sesame oil, and caramelize the onions.
  9. Add the mock meat in and cook with the soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and chilli flakes (optional) and cook for 10 minutes or until fragrant.
  10. You can add more hoisin sauce according to taste.
  11. Once ready to serve, garnish with some sesame seeds. Serve these peking duck pieces onto a peking duck pancake with 1 tsp of hoisin sauce spread onto the pancake and fill it in with some carrots and cucumber. Serve with the eggplant dish and it is best served with jasmine rice.

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