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Recipe: Tasty Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives

Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives. Easy and tasty Chinese Dim Sum Beef Tendon 點心炆牛根腩 by youcancookgourmet.com with Joyce Ho. Video shot by Colvin Jason Exconde. I had made Chinese beef stew (gnau nam) awhile back and blogged about it.

Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives Beef tendons were slow cooked, cut Doteyaki – Beef Tendons and Daikon Radish Simmered With Miso Recipe by cookpad.japan. Salty, with an intense crunch that quickly dissolves on the palate, beef tendon chips are great on their own. Najděte stock snímky na téma Chinese Cuisine Simmered Beef Tendon On v HD a miliony dalších stock fotografií, ilustrací a vektorů bez autorských poplatků ve sbírce Shutterstock. You can cook Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives using 7 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives

  1. It’s 250 grams of Beef Tendons (pre-boiled).
  2. Prepare 1/4 stalk of Chinese chives.
  3. Prepare 300 ml of Dashi stock.
  4. It’s 2 tbsp of Sake.
  5. Prepare 2 cm of from a tube Ginger.
  6. You need 1/4 tsp of Salt.
  7. Prepare 1/2 tsp of Usukuchi soy sauce.

Každý den jsou přidávány tisíce nových kvalitních obrázků. The tendons of certain animals (particularly beef tendon) are used as an ingredient in some Asian cuisines, including the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Thai and Vietnamese traditions. Tendon is tough and fibrous, but becomes soft after a long period of cooking. The tendon needs to be very tender, because it won't get any softer in the brief time you cook it with the sauce and bean curd.

Light and Salty! Simmered Beef Tendon and Chinese Chives step by step

  1. Cut the beef tendons into easy-to-eat portion sizes, and cut the Chinese chives into 3 cm pieces..
  2. Add dashi stock, sake, and ginger to a pot, and boil over high heat. Remove any scum once it comes to a boil..
  3. Add salt and light soy sauce, cover with a lid continue to boil for about 35~40 minutes over low heat..
  4. Add Chinese chives, quickly boil, and it is done!.

Stir well, then bring to the boil and taste the liquid; season with salt and more doubanjiang, chilli flakes and/or chilli oil, if needed. Mix in the beef tendon pieces and simmer. This is a Chinese vegetables side dish of local endives. The variety of endives I used for this recipe is labelled as "pa bo chye" at the supermarket. The beef tendon found here are available in distinct pack sizes and come with a variety of flavors that your pets will definitely love. beef tendon at Alibaba.com are available in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian flavors and you can choose depending on the preferences of your pets.