Category Archives: Leafy Dishes

Detox with Chinese Purple Spinach

Introduction: Getting that extra dose of antioxidants from these Chinese Purple Spinach. The chlorophyll found in these Chinese purple spinach helps to cleanse the colon. Chlorophyll helps to eliminate toxins from the body. The lutein found in these spinach keep … Continue reading

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Sambal Kangkong (Stir Fry Spicy Water Convolvulus)

Servings: 2 Ingredients: One bundle of Water Convolvulus 1 tablespoon cooking oil Dash of salt 1 tablespoon grounded bean paste 2 tablespoon of chilli shrimp floss 1 tablespoon tamarind juice 2 tablespoon Spice Paste Method: Wash the Kangkong (Water Convolvulus) … Continue reading

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Baby Kai-Lan in Oyster Sauce

Introduction: Kai-Lan is a dark green leafy vegetable. The stems are similar to broccoli stems which are short and thick. The leaves are thick and flat and resemble kale and broccolini. By the way, broccolini is actually a hybrid between … Continue reading

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Water Spinach – Delicious Aquatic Plant

Simple to cook and full of nutrients. Ingredients: Two bunches of Water Spinach Two tablespoons of minced garlic Two tablespoons of minced dried shrimps 1 tablespoon of Superior Light Soy Sauce Method: Wash and trim the Water Spinach. Soak the … Continue reading

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Tung Orh Salad

Simply easy! Diced the vegetables and fruits (fresh kiwi fruits and canned loquats). Toss ingredients with some sesame oil and toasted almond and you have a dish of salad with balance of Tung Orh from steamboat leftover.

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Benefits of Tung Hor (Garland Chrysanthemum)

Also known as “Garland Chrysanthemum” and “Shingiku” in Japanese. Tung Ho known locally, a must have vegetable for steamboat during Lunar New Year. This herb leaf vegetable has medical benefits not only good for reducing phlegm but relieve coughs. This … Continue reading

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