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    Can any one post CHINEESE VEGETABLE RECIPES

    Pls. post few chineese vegetable recipes

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    vegetable soy stir fry

    1 cup of beans cut into small 4 cms sticks
    1 cup carrot cut similarly
    1 cup broccoli cut into small flowers
    1 cup cabbage
    1 cup onions
    1 tablespoon of crushed garlic
    1/2 cup of back soy sauce
    1/4 cup of coriander leaves
    1/4 spoon sugar
    oil

    Fry onions in the oil and add the sugar let the caramel to form and then add all the vegetables(in order of harder to cook to easier ex carrot to broccoli) stir fry in high heat mixing vigourously and then add the soy sauce leave in low heat for 5 minutes sprinkle salt and pepper and the chopped coriander leaves ad serve hot with fried rice.

    Vegetable spring roll

    1 cup of onion
    1 cup od shredded carrot
    1 cup of cabbage
    1 cup of mushrooms (any cut into strips)
    1/2 cup of soy sauce
    1 table spoon of fresh cream
    1/2 table spoon of cornflour
    rice paper

    stir fry all the vegetables and then add soy, cream and cornflour salt pepper make into a paste (you can add cornflour if the mix does not have a stuffing look)

    wet the rice papers with water and keep a spoon of stuffing (in afinger shape) at the bottom of the rice paper circle bring the three
    on the stuffing and roll into finger shaped rolls (wet rice paper sticks automatically) and then deep fry the rolls


    Chop soey

    Mix egg noodles with the vegetable stir fry and you will get chop soy

    Tofu vermicilli saté
    2 cups of rice vemicilli (nammoor iddiappam)
    1 cup of onions
    2 tablespoons of ginger garlic and green chilli paste (depends on how much hot you want it)
    1 table spoon curry (asian curry paste but u can replace it with turmeric)
    1 cup of tofu cut into thick finger shapes
    1cup of beans cut into strips
    1/2 cup of mint and coriander leaves chopped

    fry onions and then add ginger garlic and chilli, add the turmeric powder add somer water leave the gravy to form and then add the beabsstir fry a bit, then add tofu and the cooked vermicilli (cut them well with scissors before adding) mix well and add the leaves.

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    Thank U Very Much

    Dear Solona


    Thanks for ur recipes. I will try that today.


    Regards

    Noodles

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    Hi Noodles,

    I have lots of non veg chinese receipes, as u asked for veg i posted only those. U know chinese eat almost everything that moves.
    if anybody wants receipes for

    Mutton soy chilli
    Chow mein
    Imperial prawns
    Wonton
    Caramel chicken
    roast chinese duck
    Chicken with groundnut sauce
    Prawn singapore
    dim sum chickem
    Crab asparagus soup
    wanton soup

    Just ask

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    Dear Solona

    I eat non-veg. U cud post non veg recipes. i will try that.

    regards
    Noodles

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    Hi Noodles,

    Roast duck (u can replace it with chicken)

    1 whole duck
    for marinade
    1 cup of black soy sauce
    1 table spoon of ginger garlic paste
    1 teaspoon of red colour powder
    1 table spoon of 5 spive powder (you will find in chinese shops)
    1 tablespoon of oyter sauce
    salt pepper
    Marinate the duck in the above ingredients for about 4 hours turning now and then. Heat your own to 200° and bake the duck for atleast 45 minutes(the duck should we well cooked so if needed for more longer) and apply the marinade paste on the duck on all the sides every 15 minutes so that the skin will not be dried up.

    take out the cooked duck cut into small pieces, fry 1 onion with a tablespoon of garlic ginger paste and tablespon of ayster sauce and pour on the duck pieces and serve hot with fried rice.


    Caramel chicken

    1 kg of chicken cut into pieces
    1/2 tablespoon of sugar
    1 onion
    1 tablespoon of garlic paste
    1/2 cup of oyster sauce/or soy sauce


    fry the chicken pieces in a small amount of oil for about 10 minutes and then add onion, pepper fry at lower heat for 5 minutes, add garlic an the sugar. The chicken pieces will caramelize in the sugar, nopw add the soy oroyster sauce and add 1 cup of water let cook at low heat until the water evaporates and gravy becomes thick. Salt at last because the soy and oyster sauces are already salty

    Mutton chilli soy

    Mutton cut into strips
    1 onion
    1 Tbs od garlic paste
    1 tbs chilli paste (asian chilli red paste u will find in asian grocery shops)
    1 table spoon of fish sauce (Nuoc Mum)
    1 table spoon of soy sauce
    1 red capsicum
    1 greeb capsicum (both cut into strips)
    baby corn 1 /2 cup

    fry the mutton with onion and garlic for 5 minutes at low heat add the chilli paste, and the sauces and the capsicum fry and add a bit of water and then add the baby corns, simmer and cook at low heat until done.

    Wonton
    minced chicken 500gms
    minced onion 1
    garlic paste 1/2 tablespoon
    black mushrooms (chinese ones) minced 1/4 gup
    salt pepper
    1/4 cup of fish sauce

    25 wonton sheets (chinese grocery freezer)

    mix all the ingredients and place i spoon in the midlle of the square shaped wonton sheets bring all the ends togather as a pottalam and stick (defrosted sheets are a bit sticky so the stick easily) and now steam them in a steamer or idli cooker.

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