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Cong Xiang Yuan Bai Cai ("Onion-Fragrant" Cabbage)

Cong Xiang Yuan Bai Cai ("Onion-Fragrant" Cabbage) created by Gianni 23

Taken from Ji Pin Su Shi (Best Vegetable Dishes), a 30-cent, 5-in-square, paperback cookbook from Wal-Mart in China. Simple, home-style Chinese fare. Chinese cooks are expected to determine the proportions of condiments and seasonings. Everything is "ge shi liang"--to taste. I've suggested amounts, but if they don't seem right, just trust your own tastebuds.

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  • Peel, rinse, and thinly slice onion.
  • Peel and rinse cabbage. Chop into 1-inch squares. Steam about 8 minutes and remove to serving bowl.
  • Heat wok. Add oil and swirl to heat. Add onion and toss briefly until fragrant. Turn off heat. Add salt, soy sauce, and sugar, and toss.
  • Pour onion mixture over cabbage, and serve as part of a Chinese meal. (For a Chinese meal, serve rice, a soup, and one dish per person. Choose a balanced variety of dishes.).
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"Taken from Ji Pin Su Shi (Best Vegetable Dishes), a 30-cent, 5-in-square, paperback cookbook from Wal-Mart in China. Simple, home-style Chinese fare. Chinese cooks are expected to determine the proportions of condiments and seasonings. Everything is "ge shi liang"--to taste. I've suggested amounts, but if they don't seem right, just trust your own tastebuds."
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  1. Gianni 23
    My Chinese wife gave it 2 thumbs up and "Very Good!".
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  2. Gianni 23
    Cong Xiang Yuan Bai Cai ("Onion-Fragrant" Cabbage) Created by Gianni 23
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  3. Kate S.
    Taken from Ji Pin Su Shi (Best Vegetable Dishes), a 30-cent, 5-in-square, paperback cookbook from Wal-Mart in China. Simple, home-style Chinese fare. Chinese cooks are expected to determine the proportions of condiments and seasonings. Everything is "ge shi liang"--to taste. I've suggested amounts, but if they don't seem right, just trust your own tastebuds.
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