Top Rated Chinese Broccoli Recipes

Pad See Ew
Pad see ew, which directly translates to "stir-fried (with) soy sauce," is standard lunch fare among Thais and is very popular in restaurants outside of Thailand. My recipe incorporates flat rice noodles pan-fried with chicken, gai lan, and a special mixture of Siamese seasonings creating the ultimate comfort food perfect for any level of home cook.
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Sunset FEBRUARY 2003
Notes: Chinese broccoli is slightly more bitter than the common variety and has smaller florets. It's sold in some supermarkets and in Asian grocery stores.
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AlexG
Ingredients: 1 to 1 1/2 pounds Chinese broccoli (gai lan) 1 tbsp sunflower oil 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar water for boiling 4 T cooking oil (preferably canola or peanut oil) 3 slices fresh ginger 4 T minced garlic 2 tbsp oyster sauce ( or dark soy) In a ...
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Victoria Granof
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Sueie
Another different way to serve up broccoli, with an asian twist.
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Somer
Ginger, hoisin sauce, and sesame oil combine to coat this wonderful vegetable with Asian flavors.
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At the Houston restaurant Reef, Chinese broccoli, brightened with ginger and chiles, is served alongside redfish.
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Adapted from Nina Simonds
If Chinese broccoli isn't available in your area, you can substitute regular broccoli.
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Chinese broccoli (gai lan) is always sold flowering, though its buds are usually still closed.
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Health JANUARY 2003
Chinese broccoli is a leafy green with florets, similar to broccoli raab. You can find it in Asian markets and some supermarkets.
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Cooking Index
Although beef with broccoli appears on most North American Chinese restaurant menus, very few customers have tasted the authentic dish. You must use Chinese broccoli {gai lan}. Chinese broccoli has tiny white flowers on the central stalk, so the ...
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evelyn/athens
Lee Wan Ching's Chinese Broccoli with Ginger Sauce Excerpted from The Breath of a Wok: Unlocking the Spirit of Chinese Wok Cooking Through Recipes and Lore by Grace Young.
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