27 Recipes – Sang Choy Bow

Sang Choy Bow

While grocery shopping the other day, I saw a cookbook there that looked rather interesting when I flicked through. I was inspired straight away to buy the ingredients to make this dish. It’s something I’ve only ever eaten once or twice before, but always liked it.

Sang Choy Bow Ingredients

Ingredients

500g pork mince
500g beef mince
5-6 mushrooms
1 capsicum
1 onion
3 cloves garlic
1/3 cup light soy sauce
1/3 cup oyster sauce
250g bean sprouts
4 shallots
Iceberg lettuce leaves
2t olive oil

Method
  1. Chop onion, capsicum, mushrooms and shallots, and crush the garlic
  2. Heat the oil and stir fry the onion and garlic until the onion is soft
  3. Add the mince and cook through
  4. Add the sauces, capsicum and mushroom and simmer uncovered for about 3 minutes, stirring occasionally
  5. Stir through the bean spouts and shallots just before servingSang Choy Bow4
  6. Serve the meat divided up between the lettuce leaves

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My Thoughts

I thought this was quite good! Next time, I might try using romaine lettuce leaves since these lettuce leaves didn’t really come off the lettuce too well and manged to tear. I found this easiest to eat if I broke of some of the lettuce and spooned meat on for individual bite sizes. Next time I might simmer it down a little more.

Michael’s Thoughts

Michael thought this was delicious and that no adjustments were needed at all. His only thought was to drain the sauce off this, and use it with rice to make a second meal from this

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This is recipe 14 of 27 in my attempt to try 27 new recipes before turning 28 on 19th June, 2014. This project was inspired by my 26 projects challenge from the last year, with a new little twist.

You can see recipe one here, two here, three here, four here, five here, six here, seven here, eight here, nine here, ten here, eleven here, twelve here and thirteen here

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