Chinese broccoli


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Chinese broccoli

n.
A plant (Brassica oleracea var. alboglabra) in the mustard family grown for its dark green leaves and stalks, used as a vegetable in eastern Asian cuisine. Also called Chinese kale.
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Add some kailan (Chinese broccoli) with superior oyster sauce, and steaming hot and white rice, we'd be happy.
At mealtime, hundreds of workers form long queues beside rows of chafing dishes filled with everything Chinese fresh, leafy Chinese broccoli, beef stew, Chinese fried rice, crunchy, yellow noodles and a variety of dimsum and dumplings.
As for the choice of main courses, I had to pass over the Miso Glazed Diver Scallops complete with Chinese Broccoli and Soba Noodles, as well as the Bincho Grilled Australian Wagyu Sirloin in a Yuzu Koshu Sauce, because I couldn't resist what turned out to be the dish of the day: the Pan Seared Duck Breast!
Dine on egg drop soup for $4.95-$8.95, roasted pork egg foo young for $9.95, red braised pork shank (Chinese broccoli, mushrooms, pearl onions and jasmine rice) for $17.95, crispy Cantonese cod (Alaskan cod, scallions, Fresno peppers, black bean sauce and jasmine rice) for $17.95 and molasses spice cake with caramel sauce and vanilla ice cream for $5.95.
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This vegan meal box includes eight high-protein vegetables, such as king oyster mushroom, edible fungus stir-fried with ginger, asparagus, Chinese broccoli, cabbage, carrot, bean sprout, trio peppers, and burdock.
Broccoli (Brassica oleracea italica) belongs to the plant family Brassicaceae (also Cruciferae), known as the "cabbage family" or "mustard family." The three main varieties of broccoli are calabrese, the most familiar, which has a large green flowered head and thick stalks: sprouting (also called broccoli rabe, Chinese broccoli and rapini), which has several small heads and many thin stalks; and romanesco, which has small yellow-green cone-shaped, spiraled heads.
Wild cabbage (not cultivated) Acephala: kale and collards Alboglabra: Chinese broccoli Botrytis: cauliflower, Romanesco broccoli, and broccoflower Capitata: cabbage, savoy cabbage, red cabbage Gemmifera: Brussels sprouts Gongylodes: kohlrabi Italica: broccoli
From seafood dishes like fish in Sichuan Pepper and chilli sauce to Chinese broccoli in ginger sauce and shredded chicken noodle, there is also the Chinese hot pot, a 1,000-year-old traditional dining experience with a simmering pot of either spicy or vegetable broth as the central attraction, served with a vast selection of meats, seafood, and vegetables.
Try Cream of Asparagus Souj Lemony Miso Soup with Chinese Broccoli, or Curried Dahl with Chard.
Pound, I took a very familiar Cantonese ingredient, gai Ian (Chinese broccoli), and gave it an unexpected twist by frying it like tempura.
For the main course guests can choose between Broccoli Rabe Sauteed Chinese broccoli, soy turmeric, garlic and vegetable Upma (South Indian semolina cake) or Aloo Gobi Mushroom Baby potatoes, cauliflower, bottom mushroom, and spices (served with basmati rice).

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