Duck blood pudding Lao style (Leuad Peng Ped) is raw blood then make it becomes a jelly. Also mixing with cooked meat and fresh herbs. If you like to try this strange food, see recipe below.
Step 1. Stir fry sliced duck skin until it takes out its oil, add duck organs, duck meat, MSG and keep stir frying until cooked. Then take out of the fire and let cool down in a large deep plate.
Step 2. Bring another bowl for mixing the fresh duck blood, 1 table spoon of blood per 2 table spoons of water. Repeat until the blood is finished and mix well gradually. Then pour the blood into the plate with the meat that is already prepared and leave for about 10 minutes to get the blood pudding.
Step 3. After that, add the topping with sliced chili, fried shallots, roasted rice powder, lemongrass, green onions, coriander, mint leaves, thai basil and roasted peanut. Ready to serve!
Step 4. Before eating, squeeze lime juice on the blood pudding and eat with crispy long green beans dipped with shrimp paste (kapi) for more flavor. Zap!
Note: this dish is not for everyone. This is a personal choice.