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Chop Suey Part 2 – Preparing The Dish

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This is our family's version of cooking CHOP SUEY... Very easy and extremely delicious.
  Chicken 200 Gram
  Broccoli 100 Gram
  Cauliflower 100 Gram
  Carrots 100 Gram
  Sliced mushrooms 100 Gram
  Corn 25 Gram
  Beans 25 Gram
  Red bell pepper 25 Gram
  Onion 1
  Chopped garlic 2 Clove (10 gm)
  Oyster sauce 2 Tablespoon
  Olive oil 2 Tablespoon
  Mushroom powder 4 Tablespoon
  Black pepper powder 1⁄2 Teaspoon

Season the chicken with SALT & BLACK PEPPER POWDER for at least 30 minutes.

In a medium size pot, fill with 500ml of water, add one piece of broth cube, bring to boil, add the cauliflowers, boil for at least 8 minutes, set aside, boil next the broccoli for at least 6 minutes and mix with the cauliflowers.

Heat a non-stick frying pan or wok with OLIVE OIL, sauteed the ONIONS and GARLIC. Take note not to overcook the ONIONS to maintain it€™s nice appearance. Add the chicken, stir gradually, add the CARROTS. After 3 minutes or once the carrots are half cook add the OYSTER SAUCE for taste, BLACK PEPPER POWDER, SLICED MUSHROOMS, YOUNG CORN and wait at least 5 minutes follow the HOLLAND BEANS or CHICHARO and stir thoroughly to avoid that some vegetables are getting burn or overcook. While waiting for the CHICHARO to cook, prepare your MUSHROOM POWDER by dissolving it in 50ml of water, add to the vegetables, wait until the vegetables will be cook. You add water if it€™s too thick or sticky. After couple of minutes add the boiled cauliflowers, broccoli, RED BELL PEPPER and mix very well with the other vegetables for at least 2 minutes. Then CHOP SUEY is ready to serve
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Here is part 2 of chop suey series. The chef here provides clear step by step instructions to make chop suey combined with oyster sauce, chicken and veggies. A great recipe, but it would have been wonderful if the chef could have showed the entire preparation in one go!

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