Yes we have our own version of chopseuy…..Highly influenced by chinese cooking, our chopseuy is very similar to their chowmien which they usually served on noodles or sometimes over rice. Same with us, this chopseuy usually used as a vegetable accompaniment of several pancit dishes. To name some, we have pancit guisado , pancit bihon and more. In most of Philippines events especially in Fiesta or some catering, chopseuy is always present on the menu……………Did you know that vegetables are home for many antioxidants that help our body protect from oxidant stress, diseases and cancers. They also help our body develop capacity to fight against these by boosting immunity…..
Ingredients: serves 4-6 persons
- 2 tbsp oil
- 3 cloves garlic
- 1 medium white onions
- 100 gms chicken liver
- 100 gms pork meat
- 8-10 pcs shrimps
- 10 pcs squid balls
- 100 gms Chinese cabbage or pechay sliced
- 1 pc carrots sliced
- 4 pcs mushrooms sliced
- 1 pc chayote
- 2 tbsp oyster sauce
- 1 tbsp soy sauce
- 1 tbsp cornstarch dissolve in 1.5 cup water
- salt & pepper to taste
- fish sauce to adjust taste
- In a wok, heat oil and stir pork until brown and saute garlic and onions. add in chicken liver and squid balls then add the rest of the vegetables ingredients.
- In a bowl, combine oyster sauce, soy sauce, cornstarch and water. stir well and pour over to chopseuy little by little until you reach your desired sauce thickness.
- Serve hot.
Posted on December 13, 2011, in Mains, Vegetable dishes and tagged Chopseuy, Chowmien, stir fry vegetables, vegetables. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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