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Recipe Archive : Ham
Chinese Cabbage with Ham and Cream Sauce
This is a popular dish of Beijing cuisine, which in Chinese is called 腿茸奶油津白. When preparing this at home, I often apply my own preference - a less oil-laden version.
Homemade XO Sauce with Cold Tofu
The XO sauce is actually a chili sauce, recreated by adding dried shrimps, dried scallops and shrimp paste, making an average hot sauce filled with intense flavors and unami.
Pea Shoots with Egg White and Cured Ham, Wok-Fried
Done right, not to mention the pea shoots will taste sweet but also give them a crunch lift.
Shanghai Rice with Green Cabbage and Chinese Ham
Cooking this is just a little more than mixing of briefly sautéed vegetable and ham into the steamed rice.
Stir-Fired Fish Maw with Eggs and Bean Sprouts
The typical way of cooking this classic Cantonese dish may be more elaborate. I make a tweak here to make the stir-frying simpler.
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