Baby Kailan a leafy vegetable widely used in chinese cuisine. Also known as 'Chinese Broccoli'. I usually do it in indian style(check for the recipe next week). For the AWED event, I thought will try chinese style.
Sprinkle some water if required. Once they are 3/4th cooked, add salt, oyster sauce, soya sauce and keep stirring well.
In Singapore, this is served as side dish along with Rice, steamed chicken and chilli sauce.
I am submitting this recipe for A Worldly Epicurean's Delight - Chinese event http://culinarybazaar.blogspot.com/2008/06/huan-yin-to-awed-event-with-theme.html
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