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Goose Meat with Steamed Yam


Goose Meat with Steamed Yam
1/2 cooked goose breast
2 Tablespoons cornstarch
1 Chinese yam
1 Tablespoon tiny dry shrimp, soaked for half an hour, drained, then minced
1 Tablespoon minced Yunnan or Smithfield ham
1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon sugar
dash of sesame oil
½ cup cornstarch, yam, potato, or water chestnut flour
1 cup vegetable oil
1. Slice the goose in half-inch slices and steam them for twenty minutes over boiling water.
2. Peel the yam, cut into several pieces, and steam it until soft. Then mash it with the shrimp, ham, ground pepper, salt, sugar, and the sesame oil. Spread some on each slice of the steamed goose.
3. Dip each goose-yam slice in the cornstarch or other flour, shake off any excess, and let these slices rest for half an hour before cutting each one on an angle.
4. Heat oil and deep fry until crisp, drain on paper towels, arrange nicely on a serving platter, and serve.

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