Shrimp Flavor Crown Daisy and Bean Curd

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Shrimp Flavor Crown Daisy and Bean Curd

Features:
  • Stir frying
Cuisine:

This dish is designed for Crown Daisy. The shrimp paste and bean curd are the best ingredients to integrate with crown daisy flavor. Add crown daisy in the last cooking step to main its taste and nutrition.

  • 45 minutes
  • Serves 2
  • Easy

Ingredients

  • seasoning

Directions

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Tips:

1. In Step 7, do not add too much soup or the dish will be less tasty.

2. When adding soup to oil, be careful. The oil and water will splash. You can switch to low heat and cover with a lid to prevent splashing.

3. Crown Daisy is special so that not everyone like it. You can blanch it longer to reduce its special favor.

Steps

1
Done
5 minutes

Remove crown daisy’s root. Wash and drain. Cut into pieces. Blanch in boiling water until slightly cooked.  Remove and set aside.

2
Done
5 minutes

Cut tofu into small pieces. Blanch until cook through. Remove and set aside. 

3
Done
5 minutes

Put shrimp paste into a bowl. Stir in egg liquid. Mix well. Then add flour and stir well. 

4
Done
5 minutes

Add oil and preheat the pot. Stir-fry shrimp paste over heat, until fragrant. Remove to a bowl. 
Cooking points

5
Done
5 minutes

Add more oil to the pot and fry bean curd until golden brown and crispy skin. Remove and drain oil. 

6
Done
5 minutes

Use a little remaining oil to fry minced green onions and ginger until fragrant.

7
Done
5 minutes

Add chicken stock and bring to a boil. Add chicken powder and white pepper powder. Stir and mix well.

8
Done
5 minutes

Pour in the fried shrimp paste mixture. Add the diced tofu and stir-fry until tasty.

9
Done
5 minutes

Add diced crown daisy to stir-fry well. Sprinkle with sesame oil. Serve.

Emilia

No one is born a great cook, one learns by doing

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