Simply Ming

Shaoxing and Figs

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Shaoxing wine and figs make a sweet and savory East-West duo in this week's helping of SIMPLY MING. Chef Ming Tsai makes all-in-one Roasted Duck Legs and Figs, a flavor-packed entree that is sure to please! Next, Ming creates Red Roast Chicken Wings and Figs, simmered with garlic, scallions and brown sugar. Then, Ming is off to the Windy City to visit Gale Gand, of Chicago's Tru Restaurant, to see her prepare Caramelized Figs with Shaoxing Almond Brittle and Buttermilk Panna Cotta, a truly delicious dessert! For a delectable dessert, Ming makes Baked Figs with Shaoxing Sabayon flavored with honey and candied ginger.
 

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