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Mixed vegetables with golden mushrooms ~ 杂菜金针菇



This is a very simple stir-fry dish with canned golden mushrooms and assorted vegetables, topped with some roasted almond flakes.  Light and refreshing to go with a bowl of hot rice.






Recipe for Mixed vegetables with golden mushrooms  ~  杂菜金针


    Ingredients


    • 200 gm/1 can of golden mushrooms
    • 100 gm sweet peas
    • 10 gm of cloud ears, soaked, and stemmed
    • 1 small carrot, sliced
    • 1 stalk celery, sliced
    • almond flakes, lightly roasted (optional)
    • 1 Tbsp oyster sauce
    • Light soya sauce and salt to taste
    Method
    1. Stir-fry the carrot, sweet peas, cloud ears, celery and lastly toss in the golden mushrooms.
    2. Sprinkle on some water if the dish is too dry.
    3. Add in the sauces and salt to taste.
    4. Dish out onto a serving plate and sprinkle some roasted almond flakes on top.
    5. Serve immediately.




    I am submitting this to  Best Recipes For Everyone, April 2015, event theme 'Fun with Almond' organised by  Fion of XuanHom's Mom Kitchen Dairy and hosted by 
    Doreen of  'My little favourite  DIY'


Comments

  1. This is awesome stuff! I eat rice almost everyday so I'm really appreciative of dishes like these. ^.^ ❤

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  2. A lovely quick stirfry. I miss those golden mushrooms.

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    1. I suppose you can get canned ones from your Asian grocers, Angie!

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  3. Mixed vegetables, I like very much.

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  4. Vegetables and mushroom.. Looks so delicious!

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  5. Hi Cheah,
    A plate of white rice with this plate of awesome dish my dinner is complete. Yum!
    mui

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  6. Hi Cheah,
    This is delish ! My kind of stir-fry mixed vegetables with golden mushrooms too ^-^!

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  7. This is a perfect and healthy dish. Definitely can have extra rice to go with it!

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  8. It's a yummy & healthy dish!
    Thanks for sharing with best recipes

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