Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Stir Fry Fu Gui Cai With Sea Salt And Garlic



I have heard so much of this China ' fu gui cai' on facebook and out of curiosity, I bought some back from Tesco during the CNY period.  It was a bit pricey but seeing that it is quite light in weight, I decided to spend some money on it so that I could taste the real thing instead of imagining how this veggie would taste like :p  

Some recommended stir fry with garlic and some stir fry with razor clams.  I prefer to stir fry with just salt and garlic and it turned out delicious.  It tasted like Bok Choy but the stem are more crunchy and sweet.  Love it !  It satisfied my curiosity and if not for the price, I would love to it to my daily diet  :)  Simple dish and I am easily satisfied :p



this is how fu gui cai looks like before cooking


after cooking it still looks crisps and fresh :)
just stir fry with garlic and sea salt























love the crunchy stem and sweet leaves


Stir Fry Fu Gui Cai With Sea Salt And Garlic  - from WB's Kitchen

Ingredients:

200 gm ' Fu Gui Cai' trimmed and leaves separated
2 clove garlic, finely chopped
1 tbsp of olive oil
sea salt to taste

Method:
1. Heat olive oil in a wok.  Add the sea salt and garlic and fry till fragrant
2. Throw in the Fu Gui Cai and stir fry for 2-3 minutes.  
3. Transfer to a serving dish and serve immediately.


Enjoy !

10 comments:

  1. Stir fry with garlic very easy and tasty. I like to eat this veg.

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    1. Yea.... simple cooking taste good ;)

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  2. What a nice looking vegetable ! Yes, definitely delicious to cook with garlics.
    Happy Chinese New Year & Happy Chop goh mei.
    Blessings, Kristy

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    1. ;) thanks for the wishes .... I was so busy the last few weeks... forgot to wish you and reply late ... so sorry Kristy ;p

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  3. Hi Elin what a lovely and auspicious name to this veg. I am sure they taste delicious stir fried with garlic.

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    1. Yes, this veggie is aptly named... I guess it is in season only during CNY thus the name Fu GUI Cai ;)

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  4. I bought this vege from Tesco too. Cooked this for CNY dinner, had no time to take pictures! Nice, crunchy!

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  5. Cheah , yea ...they were sold at Tesco during the CNY time ;) seasonal veggie I guess

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