Mock fish (buddhist)
[an error occurred while processing this directive]

[an error occurred while processing this directive]
Mock fish (buddhist)
  Fish    Chinese    Vegetarian  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:01:26 AM. Recipe ID 24729. Report a problem with this recipe.
[an error occurred while processing this directive]



 
      Title: Mock fish (buddhist)
 Categories: Chinese, Vegetarian, Ceideburg 2
      Yield: 1 Batch
 
      1 lg Potato, cooked, peeled and
           -slice 1/4 inch thick
      2 tb Flour
           Peanut oil for frying
      1 sm Onion, sliced
    1/2 lb Snow peas
     10    Wood ears, soaked to
           -soften, tough ends
           -removed, cut in slivers
    1/2 ts Salt
    1/2 ts Sugar
    1/3 c  Water
 
  Here's one for mock fish, using potatoes to replace the finny
  critter, that sounds like a pretty tasty vegetarian dish regardless
  of how much the potato resembles a fish. Sprinkle potatoes with flour
  and deep-fry until golden.  Drain and set aside. Pour off all but 2
  tablespoons of the oil, reheat an add onion. Stir-fry for 10 seconds
  and add snow peas and wood ears.  Stir- fry for another 10 seconds
  and add salt, sugar and water. Bring to rapid boil, stirring
  constantly, and cook until peas are just tender crisp. Add reserved
  fried potato slices, heat through and serve. Wood ears are a type of
  mushroom or shelf fungus. When soaked it has a crunchy, gelatinous
  texture with little taste. If you can't find them, I imagine that you
  could use the dried mushrooms although they wouldn't give exactly the
  same effect. A closer substitute would be dried jellyfish, but if
  you're somewhere that sells dried jellyfish, I'm sure that they have
  wood ears as well.
  
  




Didn't find the recipe you were looking for? Search for more here!

Web thcbbs.com
How're we doing?

Have you spotted a recipe on this site that is erroneous, incomplete, dangerous, in an inappropriate category, or that may infringe a copyright? If so, please make a note of the "Recipe ID" number at the bottom of the recipe's page and e-mail us with your concerns.



Recipe ID 24729 (Apr 03, 2005)

[an error occurred while processing this directive]