So how does it taste like? Looking at the dark leafy vegetables, most would've thought the taste would somewhat be on the bitter side, like the Kailan. But I would think the #FuGui vegetables tasted more like Baby Cabbages, or what we call Bok Choy (小白菜).
1 Fu Gui Cai
½ can of Razor Clams (about 200g)
Pinch of Wolfberries
½ cup Chicken Stock
½ Razor Clam Stock
2 tsp Extra-virgin Olive Oil
1 tsp Chinese cooking wine
1 tsp Oyster Sauce
1 tsp minced Garlic
½ tsp minced Ginger
½ tsp Sesame Oil
Cornstarch for thickening the sauce
- Soak vegetables in salt water to get rid of any tiny insects etc.
- Blanch vegetables and drain. Place it on a serving plate.
- Heat oil and sautéed garlic till fragrant.
- Add ginger, clams, water and stock. Followed by seasoning and #wolfberries. Cook for about 1 - 2 mins. Mix in cornstarch to thicken the sauce. Transfer onto vegetables, and you're ready to present this pretty Fu Gui Cai with Razor Clams (富贵菜炒鲍贝). * Use a teaspoon to plate the razor clams if you like.