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This recipe is ideal for vegetarian, also it is a perfect diet recipe. This dish not only gets you the very enjoyable taste, ...
but also satisfy your body needs with all the protein and nutrients.
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Alright if you’re vegetarian I think tonight’s dish you will love tonight’s dish and it’s called dried bean curd fried with celeries. Bean curds is the substitution for meat in China for goodness because they are not allowed to eat meat but the bean curd is very nutritional, full of proteins and other nutrients so it’s very good and if you’re vegetarian and you should eat more this bean cured dried or and fresh one. It’s very good.
So here I’ve got about 200 gram, just slice them into a strip like this and then we need the 200 gram of the celery. The best one we should use is a Chinese celery. They look similar but it’s got like a stronger flavor and if you can’t find it in the Chinese supermarket you just buy the ordinary celery. I always use ordinary celery because lots of my friends said they can’t get any Chinese ingredients so I kind of adopt into the future and locals so that’s just ordinary celery.
Also cut them into strips like this. Okay and then we need one teaspoon of the Chinese rice wine, one teaspoon of soy sauce, some salt to taste and half teaspoon of sugar and if you like you can put some chicken powder or chicken bouillon. Just bring some flavor out but if you’re vegetarian you really don’t like it. Just leave them out because this is going to be delicious. Okay, let me show you how to cook this.
Heat the wok up and add two tablespoons of vegetable oil or olive oil. I use olive oil because I like them and two tablespoons is not guilty because your body needs certain amount of fats everyday to maintain your healthy body so that’s it. So when the oil smoking hot we add the dried bean curd and together with the celery.
Stir fry them for probably about two minutes, add all of the water in and the rice wine, soy sauce, sugar and some salt. You can always adjust the taste, get more water and mix them together. Alright, let’s leave it another minute and wait of the water. You just add it and wait for the water to boil and basically that’s done, very quick and very simple. Add a half teaspoon of the chicken powder or chicken bouillon as you wish and if not stop it, that’s done
Because it takes a quick stir fry so the celery is to maintain its crispiness. It’s very nice on just the taste with all of the salt. I have some suggestions you will if you like a spicy food I can suggest you to get some red chili and cut them and wash them and feed them and cut them in strip and add in this last stage because it will maintain the chili, crispiness as well and add some red color and it will be lovely.
Alright okay, alright this is our dry bean curd fried with celery, looking lovely, very nice, okay thanks for watching.