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Shanghai Nian Gao

Another dish that I made recently, Shanghai cuisine, called Nian Gao also called shanghai nian gao. The main ingredient is rice cake or glutinous rice that is pounded or ground into paste and molded into shape. To prepare this dish you will need in advance preparation because you will need to soak the rice cake for at least 12 hours and also soak the Shitake mushroom.

Shanghai Nian Gao
Ingredients:
Chicken or pork (sliced)
1 small bowl rice cake (soaked for over night)
3-4 Shitake mushroom (soaked for over night and sliced)
1-2 bunch of yiu choi/ nappa cabbage/ kai lan
1-2 carrots (sliced)
1 tbs dark soy sauce
2 tbs oyster sauce
1 tbs sugar
water mix with little starch (tapioca/ corn)
Chicken stock, salt and pepper

How to prepare:
Marinade chicken/ pork with dark soy sauce. Heat up oil and stir fry the meat until 3/4 cooked and add oyster sauce and sliced carrots then fry for awhile (so that it will become soft in the end). Then, add the rest of ingredients and mix it well. In the end put some water mixed with starch to make it a little gravy and ready to serve ~yum yumm Y( ^^.)Y

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