Sunday, October 22, 2006

Berry superior

I am not talking Singlish here-berry is berry, it's not "very"
And I'm not talking behind the backs of any superiors (or bosses), ok ?

Goji berry or wolfberry, is the berry of the Lycium chinensis plant. Though commonly used as a herb, it is also nutritious food. Not sure if there is medical evidence to it, but wolfberry is often known to be "good for the eyes".



Hey, stop staring at the wolfberries just because I've said that Instead, enjoy their natural sweetness in tea, soups, and for me, as a natural sweetener in "superior broth".




Baby choy sum in "superior broth"
Ingredients:
-~1.5lbs baby bok choy sum
-2tbsp wolfberries
-8 shitake mushrooms, wiped with damp kitchen towels, stalks removed, caps julienned
-1 clove garlic, sliced
-1tsp oyster sauce, to taste
-water

Method:
1.Stack and layer the choy sum, mushrooms, garlic, and wolfberries in a deep dish or steamer


2.Mix the oyster sauce with warm water, and pour onto the vegetables
3.Steam for 15-20mins, depending on the kind of plate/bowl used. Takes longer time if it's a deep dish since the vegetables on top will take longer time to cook. (Mine was stacked up rather deep in the steamer, so it would take longer time to cook through the vegetables)



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3 Comments:

Blogger InTECHniGenz said...

try putting them in chicken soup or bak guk teh...berri nice. You not yet cook bak guk teh right? do they sell the herb/teh packet there? if yes, it will be berri easy to cook ur own bak guk teh. Put many garlic to make it nicer. =)

2:21 AM  
Blogger tigerfish said...

No cravings for bak guk teh yet :)
Think can get those herb/teh packet here but not sure which brand is nice.
Need some time in the supermarket to take a good look.

10:56 AM  
Blogger InTECHniGenz said...

There is one brand which my mum use when she cooks the bak guk teh. Berri nice...but now (in the kitchen) dont have and i cant recall the brand. Will let u know when she buys it again. She got use it with chicken and even mock chicken before and they taste nice also.

9:52 PM  

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