Monday, 25 January 2010

Tau Miu with Garlic


This is a super easy dish that is really tasty, nutritous and is wonderful when you need a quick vegetable dish. Tau Miu is some kind of sprout. A search on Google produces different answers - and different spellings too (Tau Miew) but that is only to be expected when Tau Miu is really the Chinese name for this vegetable.

As I mentioned earlier, it is some kind of sprout/shoot and I think it is the Snow Pea sprout or at least some kind of pea sprout.



As I mentioned, there couldn't be anything simpler than this as all it takes is to:



Chop up some garlic, fry it, toss in the sprouts, give it a quick stir fry and then season with a little soy sauce and/or oyster sauce.





This dish is a favourite in many local Chinese restaurants. Try It!

5 comments:

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

It's got garlic ... I'm sure I'd love it.

Bellini Valli said...

Simple, delicious and tasty Dharm..it doesn't get any beter unless you include one of your cakes:D

Rose&Thorn said...

I have never heard of this kind of green, will have go check it out at the Chinese shop.Looks great.

Lyrical Lemongrass said...

Vegetables! Ewww. :-P (Don't let your kids see that Aunty Meena doesn't eat her vegetables!)

Foodycat said...

That looks good! Last summer the shops were full of pea sprouts, so hopefully this year they will be again and I can make this. Garlic makes everything good.

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