Braised Sea Cucumber

Thứ Hai, 16 Tháng Năm 201610:40 SA(Xem: 1550)
Braised Sea Cucumber
Braised Sea Cucumber



- Snap peas
- Gingo nuts
- Bamboos
- Shiitake mushrooms
- Carrots
- Vegetarian sea cucumbers


- Slice veggie sea cucumbers, bamboos, shiitake mushrooms and carrots. Cut snap peas in half. Blanch veggie sea cucumber, bamboos and shiitake mushrooms.

- In a heated wok, add oil and ginger slices. Stir until fragrant. Add vegetarian sea cucumbers; stir. Add ginko nuts; stir. Add mushrooms, bamboos and carrots; stir. Season with white pepper, salt and sugar. Add snap peas and potato starch solution. Stir and serve.





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