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This is another one of Roland’s childhood dishes – a dish which his mom used to cook. As a busy working mother, his mom needed to whip something out quickly to feed her three hungry children. Are you a busy mom too? Perhaps this recipe will suit you well. I believe your children will enjoy this very much. 🙂
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5 cloves of garlic – minced
6 pieces of shallots – sliced thinly
60g of dried shrimps – washed
Marinated mushrooms (see details below)
2 pieces of Chinese sausages – sliced
300g of streaky pork (marinate w/ 0.5 tsp of salt & pepper)
2 cups of Thai jasmine rice – washed
2 tablespoons of low sodium light soya sauce
2 tablespoons of premium dark soya sauce
1 teaspoon of salt
A few dashes of white pepper
400g of Chinese cabbage
3 cups of water
Making the marinated mushrooms
8 pieces of dried Chinese mushrooms – soaked & sliced
1 tablespoon of low sodium light soya sauce
0.5 tablespoon of sesame oil
0.5 teaspoon of sugar