One of the best things I find about living in Singapore is getting access to foods that aren’t as common in Australia. I love prata, char siew pork, siew mai and bao, wantan mee, Hainanese chicken rice; I could be here forever. But one of my absolute faves is smoked duck. It is sooooo much cheaper here than back in Melbourne, and I would eat it every day if I could. It’s just so yummy!!
I also love quick meals, I have an entire tag devoted to quick and easy recipes. I especially love them when I’m crook with a sinus cold, like today. I wanted something quick for lunch that didn’t result in me hitting up the local Subway. So I made a tortilla pizza, or tortizza, in the airfryer.
If you’re not into duck, fear not! Smoked chicken can be used instead, or even leftover roast meat from Sunday’s dinner can be subbed.
I made this in my Philips Viva airfryer (not a plug!), but you can grill this or pop it in the oven. Just adjust the cooking times to suit.
I totally devoured this today at lunch, it wasn’t a pretty sight. But it has sooo many of my faves, cooked nicely together. Crispy edged tortilla, smooth cream cheese, velvety smoked duck, a hint of onion, and the salty awesome tang of hoisin sauce that ties it all together. I’m drooling, I want to eat it again!
Hoisin Duck Tortizza
Time: 15 minutes
- 1 burrito-sized tortilla
- 1 tb cream cheese (tub, not stick)
- 1/2 smoked duck breast, sliced (approximately 60-70g)
- 1/2 spring onion, chopped
- 1 tb hoisin sauce
Preheat airfryer with grill or griddle attachment for 3 minutes on 200C.
Spread cream cheese on tortilla, top with duck and spring onion, drizzle over hoisin sauce.
Turn airfryer down to 160C; place tortizza on grill attachment and cook for 8-10 minutes.
Notes: smoked duck can be substituted with other meat. This can also be cooked in the oven or under a grill, just adjust cooking times accordingly.