How to Cook Delicious Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce

Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce. 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. The sinus-clearing qualities of the wasabi are softened by the other ingredients in the sauce, while still giving the broccoli a nice, bright flavor.

Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce In the meantime, mix together all the remaining ingredients except the wasabi in a small pan, and stir over a low heat until the sugar is melted. Mix well until the wasabi is dissolved. Pour the sauce over the broccoli and mix well. You can have Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce using 5 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce

  1. You need 3 cup of chinese brocoli or kai lan vegetables.
  2. It’s of wasabi sauce.
  3. It’s 1 tsp of wasabi paste.
  4. It’s 2 tbsp of sashimi sauce.
  5. It’s 2 tbsp of water.

Mix well until the wasabi is dissolved. Pour the sauce over the broccoli and mix well. This Chinese Broccoli is seriously about to to change your side dish game. I don't know about you, but so often I forget about side dishes until the last possible minute, and then end up serving plain veggies because its quick and I can't think of anything else.

Chinese Brocoli With Wasabi Sauce step by step

  1. Blanch chinese brocoli (kai lan) in boiling salted water for 3 minute drain and cooled with water then drain set aside.
  2. Mix sauce put onto pan bring it to a boil then off heat.
  3. Serve chinese brocoli (kai lan)top sauce.

Without washing the wok, set the flame to medium heat. Add another tablespoon of oil, along with the garlic and ginger (if using). Then pour in the sauce mixture. First, broccoli is a western vegetable, and second, the garlic sauce has been altered slightly to suit American tastes, and perhaps formulated to be easier to make by Chinese takeout cooks. If you want an authentic version of garlic sauce, check out Judy's authentically-flavored chicken with garlic sauce recipe.