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GOW CHOI GAU – SHRIMP & CHIVES DUMPLINGS

GOW CHOI GAU – SHRIMP & CHIVES DUMPLINGS by Linda Tay Esposito

Gow Choi - Chinese chives are stronger in flavor -- more garlicy taste than regular chives -- than regular chives. The flat-leaf, foot-long green is used as a vegetable rather than used as a herb. In this classic dim sum dish, the chives are mixed with shrimp and stuffed in a a dumpling. The crystal dumpling skin is made from…

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Curry Cream Mussels

Curry Cream Mussels by Nancy Miyasaki

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Baby Clams á la "Bulhão Pato"

Baby Clams á la "Bulhão Pato" by Maria Luisa

A very good and quick appetizer for those who like the taste of sea. Cook it for an informal meal as it is better eaten with your fingers. Choose a cooled dry white wine Enjoy

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Steamed Longevity Butterfly Prawns

Steamed Longevity Butterfly Prawns by Blackswan

I found these beautiful butterfly prawns at a coffee shop & went home to experiment cutting & decorating it after that. The pattern is nice especially when you've guests. Check out this simple & delicious dish for this Chinese New Year!

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Lovely Steamed Open-shell Scallops

Lovely Steamed Open-shell Scallops by Blackswan

What do you think of these cute Scallops sitting prettily in their shells? Don’t you agree that they’re great for entertaining? They’re as good as they look!

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Mussels Steamed in Brandy with Apples and Sage

Mussels Steamed in Brandy with Apples and Sage by Robyn Savoie

Mussels make an easy and inexpensive meal. For the sweetest mussels, look for smaller ones and ask your fishmonger for the farm-raised variety. Do not debeard them until just before cooking, or the mussels will die. Remember to discard any mussels that remain open when tapped before cooking, and all that don't open when…

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