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    Monday, April 22, 2013

    Chop Suey Filipino style


     Chop suey is a mix vegetable dish that is popular in Chinese cuisine but also popular in the Philippines with their own version. Chop suey goes well with the flavors of  beef, chicken, pork and seafood. I used shrimps for this recipe, but you can replace it with any meat of your choice, you can be creative as you can with this dish because you can use more colorful vegetables of your choice, in my pace these are the only one I can find at nearby market, it is still yummy and special for me :-).

    Ingredients for 4 servings:
    1/4 kilo shrimp ( cleaned )
    1 chayote ( sliced)
    1 medium size carrot (sliced)
    1/2 kilo Chinese cabbage ( sliced)
    1/4 kilo cauliflower
    8 pieces quail's eggs
    1 cup water
    salt and pepper to taste

    Procedure:
    1. Saute garlic and onion then add the shrimps and simmer for a minute then add  the water, let it boil.
    2. Once boiling add the carrots, cauliflower and chayote then simmer until half cooked then add the Chinese cabbage, salt and pepper then simmer until it is done then top the quail eggs.
    3. Serve it hot.
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    3 comments:

    1. wow! healthy, no msg, vetsin, no meat powder or cube flavor

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    2. Hi. Don't we need to use oyster sauce or soy sauce and cornstarch in the recipe?

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    Item Reviewed: Chop Suey Filipino style Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Mely
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