Whenever I step in a supermarket, I'd buy something...buy first, think and use later. This is the sauce I bought weeks ago. It was sitting in my storeroom quietly without me notice its appearance. Until today, I bought some very fresh assorted mushrooms and scratching my head, thinking what to cook for dinner.
I normally stir-fry assorted mushrooms with Teriyaki sauce, but we just had Teriyaki Cod for lunch. So this time, I used Chu Hou Paste. Yes, this is my first attempt using this sauce. I stir-fry the mushrooms with some tender sliced pork. Served with steamed rice with some spring onion fried egg and vegetables, simple and delicious. My boy rated this as 'Yummy' food, so I definitely will cook this again.
King Oyster Mushroom
Sliced Pork/ Chicken
Tapioca Flour for sliced pork/ Corn Flour for sliced chicken
Chu Hou Paste
Oil for cooking
1. Add seasoning to sliced pork/ chicken. Marinate for 20 minutes.
2. Mix all the sauce ingredients in a bowl. Set aside.
3. Heat oil in a skillet, fry garlic until fragrant. Add in sliced pork/ chicken, fry until almost cooked. Stir in mushrooms, fry for 1-2 minutes until mushrooms are softened. Add some water, simmer in low heat for 2 minutes.
4. Stir in sauce and wolfberry. Simmer 1 minute, remove from heat and serve warm with steamed rice.