Chinese Brocoli In Oyster Sauce Top Shallot. Real "restaurant style" Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce is NOT just oyster sauce (despite what you will read in many recipes claiming it is that simple!). A sauce made with just oyster sauce will just taste of that – plain oyster sauce dolloped on greens. Then use a peeler or knife and peel off the bottom stem.
But when we get a craving for a Thai vegetable dish, stir-fried broccoli with ginger and Thai oyster sauce is our go-to lately. In Thailand, usually it's made with Chinese broccoli, and you can totally do that too. Gai-lan or Chinese Broccoli is a very common vegetable consume daily by many Chinese or Asian. You can have Chinese Brocoli In Oyster Sauce Top Shallot using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Chinese Brocoli In Oyster Sauce Top Shallot
- Prepare 2 cup of chinese brocoli or kai lan or gai lan.
- You need of SHALLOT IN OIL.
- Prepare 2 tbsp of oil.
- It’s 6 small of thinly slice shallot.
- Prepare of OYSTER SAUCE.
- You need 1 1/2 tbsp of oyster sauce.
- It’s 1/2 tbsp of light soy sauce.
This vegetable is available in any Asian market in NYC. It's flavor is very similar to a regular broccoli, but slightly bit bitter. The best way to cook this vegetable is stir-fry or steamed. For me, I like to add plenty of fried garlic and fried shallot on the top and oyster sauce and Chinese wine as.
Chinese Brocoli In Oyster Sauce Top Shallot step by step
- PREPARE BLANCH CHINESE BROCOLI.
- bring water to a boil then simmer put chinese brocoli stem submerge for 1 minute then chinese brocoli leaf submerge for another half minute then drain and set aside.
- FOR CRISPY SHALLOT ,in pan with oil add slice shallot for 1 minute till lightly brown and fragrant then aset aside.
- FOR THE OYSTER SAUCE ,with half tsp of oil in pan add light soy sauce and oyster sauce immediately stir to mix and off heat.
- to serve top heated up oyster sauce on chinese brocoli then top shallot.
- BELOW,ARE FEW RECIPES USING OYSTER SAUCE ,I AM GLAD TO SHARE WITH YOU.
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