This is one of the easiest and healthy meals on the busy week days. It can be prepared in advance and lasts a few days in the fridge.
What you need:
650 g Chinese Turnip (shredded or finely sliced)
150 g Rice Flour
30 g Water Chestnut Starch
280 ml Water
30 g Vegetable Oil
120 g Preserved mustard leaves (or any dried vegetables of your choice)
30 g Dried Onion (can be purchased from Asian grocers or make your own)
16 g Sugar
3 g White Pepper Powder
8 g Sesame Oil
5 g Salt
** Feel free to substitute to any vegetables of your choice
1. Steamed the shredded turnip for 10 minutes, keep all the water that comes out of the turnip along. Nothing’s wasted.
2. Heat up a deep fry pan with the oil, fry the vegetables until fragrant. Then pour the steamed turnip into the mix carefully without breaking too much the shape of the turnip slices, add sesame oil in. Turn off the heat.
3. Mix the flours with the water, add sugar, white pepper power, dried onion and salt. Stir until there’s no clumps.
4. Pour the flour mixture into the fry pan with the rest of the ingredients. Mix well. The consistence cannot be too watery. Depends on your preference, if you like it denser, then add less water into the mixture.
6. To serve as it is or re-steamed or reheat in the microwave. Normally it is cut into squares and pan fried.