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Monday, November 03, 2008

Snow Pea Shoots with Oyster Sauce


When you order this dish at the chinese restaurant, it will cost you an arm and a leg for a tiny plate but dishing it at home only cost you an arm but you can enjoy 3 servings of what you get in the restaurant. It is an easy dish to cook, the only difficult part is to plucking the young shoots and discarding the woody ones.





Ingredients:
1 lb Snow Pea shoots - use only the young shoots - wash and drain
2 tbsp oyster sauce
3 - 4 tbsp garlic oil

Method:
Put drained snow pea shoots on to a large plate.
Pour the garlic oil over the snow pea shoots, cover with splatter cover and microwave on high for 3 minutes.
Remove splatter cover and add in oyster sauce.
Serve hot.


Serves

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lily,

This recipe is light and easy. Eating light before the holidays.

Joann

ioyces said...

yeah..i dun understand why the restaurants charge so much for this simple dish too!!! that's why usually when i eat out at chinese restaurants, it's all meat dishes...'more value'..!! :P
thanks for sharing the recipe!!

chumpman said...

Haha.....Agreed with joyces, it's true that having vegetables in restaurant is not as valuable as fish or meat. Snow pea shoots seems to be the most pricey vegetable in market in Hong Kong also, 3 times or even more than others

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