Saturday, January 28, 2006

My contribution

Tonight's reunion dinner at my in laws, I contributed my mom's famous braised mushrooms. I am glad that I got favourable comments on the dish. This dish is one of my mom's many nice dishes that she can produce. We simply love it.

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What you need

400g mushroom (wash and remove steam, soak over night in hot water)
dried oyster (soak about 10 mins and clean)
4 X 5 inches spare ribs
4 tbsp cornflour
8 - 9 tbsp ginger juice
4 tbsp oil
1 1/2 litre of water
1 tsp light soya sauce
Oyster sauce to taste

Method

Marinate mushrooms with cornflour, ginger juice, oil. Set aside for 10 mins

Put mushrooms and water and boil for 1 hour.

Marinate oysters with light soya sauce and a few drops of oil.

When the mushroom has softened, add oysters and spare ribs to mushroom stew after it has been cooked for 1/2 hour.

Turned down heat to low and slowly simmer for an hour till spare rib has soften.

Seasoned with oyster sauce and salt.

Note: you can put in Fatt Choy only the last 5 mins of cooking.

My mom also make some pickles for me to bring over, unfortunately none knows how to appreciate it. So I bought it home again.

Personally, I feel it is nice and spicy. Good appetitiser.

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8 comments:

  1. thats delish delicacy. aint all our mum great.

    happy new year and may you n your family be blessed with good health and wealth.

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  2. Edith,

    Please share how you do the braised mushroom. Would like to learn to impress my ILs too..hehe

    Btw, Happy Chinese New Year to you!

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  3. your mum pickles looks so nice, share the recipe ?

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  4. regarding ur braised mushroom, tis is my late grandmother's tip, try adding a little bit of rock sugar to it, it'll make the mushroom more crunchier, n smooth.....yummmm....

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  5. Thanks for the tips. Surprisingly, I seldom use sugar for cooking, will try out this next. Accordingly to my mom, somehow the quality of the mushroom counts alot in making this dish a superb one.

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  6. Hi,

    Where did you get the ginger juice ?

    Cheers
    Ling

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  7. Ling, you grate it from an old ginger. Squeeze out the juice and dispose the fibre.

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